Invertebrates

Black-eyed blue (Glaucopsyche melanops), Andalucia

We provide training courses.

We run ecotourism trips.

We conduct scientific research.

For planning and development…..

We do surveys, reports, impact licences and mitigation.

We assess the potential of habitats to support invertebrates.

We conduct follow up surveys:

• Species inventories by sight.

• Various trapping methods (light traps, malaise traps, nets, sticky traps, bait traps).

Mitigation may include habitat protection or creation of new. Some invertebrates require a licence to allow impacts.

Golden-ringed dragonfly (Cordulegaster boltonii), England
White-clawed crayfish, Nottinghamshire
Rhinocerous dung beetle (Oryctes nasicornis), Morocco
Black-spotted longhorn beetle (Rhagium mordax), England
Lobster moth (Stauropus fagi), Dartmoor
Pine processionary moth (Thaumetopoea pityocampa), Corsica
Devil’s mare mantis (Empusa fasciata), Croatia
Dark-edged bee fly (Bombylius major), England
Herald moth (Scoliopteryx libatrix), Surrey
Orange-tip (Anthocharis cardamines), Italy
Pale tussock moth (Calliteara pudibunda), Surrey
Setting up a moth trap, Hungary
Rosy-striped knot-horn (Oncocera semirubella), France