BMIG Newsletter

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BMIG Newsletter 47 (Autumn 2023)

  • BMIG News; BMIG Annual Field Meeting and AGM 2024; BMIG Website Update; 
  • Obituary – John Harper (1942-2022); Obituary – Des Kime (1932-2023);  
  • Atlas of the Centipedes of Britain and Ireland; Animals under Logs and Stones; 
  • Records submitted via iRecord and iNaturalist; An unknown Styloniscus; Philoscia affinis in
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BMIG Newsletter 45 (Autumn 2022)

  • BMIG spring field weekend and notices; 
  • Hyloniscus riparius new to Britain; 
  • BMIG Spring Field Meeting Reports; 
  • The Darwin Tree of Life Project; 
  • A millipede, or two, new to Britain – an update; 
  • Predation of Landhoppers, Myriapods and Isopods by European Robins; 
  • ‘Doubtful’ centipedes?; iNatural
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BMIG Newsletter 42 (Spring 2021)

Contents: BMIG Annual Meeting; Centipedes on the sea shore; New Recording Scheme—‘Woodlouse Flies’ Rhinophoridae; Millipede-killing flies in Britain; A millipede, or two, new to Britain; Metatrichoniscoides celticus in England; Coastal Trichoniscoides sarsi; A possible 13th century woodlouse/millipede illustration; Expanding Anamastigona pulchella?; Ommatoiulus sabulosus; An introduction to Centipedes, Millipedes and Woodlice; BMIG training on the web.

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BMIG Newsletter 41 (Autmn 2020)

Contents: New recording scheme - Intertidal marine isopods; Centipede atlas update; Darwin Tree of Life - What is it - Can you help?; Lockdown recording; Luminous centipedes; The not so southern Pill Woodlouse; Porcellionides sexfasciatus new to Britain; Trichoniscoides albidus in eastern Yorkshire; Online survey of common names for terrestrial isopods; First UK record of Clypeoniscus cantacuzenei.

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BMIG Newsletter 40 (Spring 2020)

Contents: BMIG AGM and Field Meeting 2020; AGM & Officer Elections; Ophyiulus germanicus, with Laboulbeniales fungus; Melogona voigtii confirmed new to England; Luminous centipedes; First record of a ‘pocket centipede?; Bye Bye Ligia; Leptoiulus belgicus down sauf; Woodlice with Iridovirus wanted.

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