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The entoLIVE webinar series is a programme of virtual talks exploring the science of insects and other invertebrates. The webinars are free to attend and are suitable for adults of all abilities – a passion for invertebrates is all that’s required!

Short Courses

02/02/2023 Wriggling Into Recording: 10 Yrs of the National Earthworm Recording Scheme 1 hour Days

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Earthworms are widely-regarded as ecologically important and recognised as ecosystem engineers yet remain under-studied and we have little species-specific information on the species that inhabit the British Isles. We'll explore how earthworm researchers are using the earthworm records generated over the last 10 years to improve our understanding of earthworms.

Free Course

09/02/2023 Ain’t No Mountain High Enough: Impacts of Climate Change on Aquatic Insects 0.5 Day

Zoom, entoLIVE c-js.info/3MN5Fqn

Climate change is an issue that we are all too familiar with, but what is the impact on our aquatic invertebrates? Craig Macadam discusses his upland mayfly research and its implications in this free webinar.

Free Course

13/03/2023 The Most Remarkable Migrants of All: The Fascinating World of Fly Migration 0.5 Day

Zoom, entoLIVE c-js.info/3MN5Fqn

1-4 billion hoverflies migrate into and out of Britain each year. Despite these migratory insects helping control pest species and providing pollination services, migratory flies do not receive anywhere close to the same attention within research as vertebrates. An Exeter University study on insect migration is addressing this knowledge gap.

Cost £Free

Events

06/02/2023 No Brain, No Problem? 20 Years of the National Jellyfish Survey at Zoom 1 hour Days

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Every year, as spring creeps in, jellyfish arrive around the UK coastline. Since 2003, the Marine Conservation Society, along with thousands of citizen scientists all around the country, has been taking a deeper dive into their movements and how they might influence UK turtle populations. Booking required.

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