Course: Longhorn Beetles of the UK - Part 2

Biological Recording Company

Zoom
5th June 2024

biologicalrecording.co.uk

Cost: £10

Sectors: ecology, conservation & wildlife


The UK is home to over 70 species of longhorn beetle (Cerambycidae) that can be found occurring in natural habitats that have been recorded to date. Some of the smaller species can be relatively indistinct and require some experience to recognise in the field.

This presentation will explore some of the smaller and less distinctive British longhorn beetle species (both rare and common), with tips on their ID features, ecology and distribution - as well as where and how you might find them. At the end of the session, learners should feel more comfortable submitting records of these fascinating beetles to iRecord.

The 90-minute event will consist of a 1-hour presentation followed by a Q&A with the tutor using questions provided by the live audience. This webinar is the second in a series of 2 webinars from the National Longhorn Beetle Recording Scheme. Check out Part 1 here

Longhorn Beetle Specialist: Wil J. Heeney

Wil J. Heeney is the National Recorder for Longhorn Beetles in the UK and runs the National Longhorn Beetle Recording Scheme. Wil works as a Consultant Entomologist through his business, Flauna Ecology, and also volunteers as Conservation Officer for the Coleopterists Society of Britain and Ireland (ColSoc).

Webinar Fees and Cancellation Policy

This webinar will be recorded and the presentation will be made available following the event to those booked alongside a transcript of the Q&A and useful links.

This event is unfunded and we rely on ticket fees to cover the costs of running the event.

  1. entoLEARN Webinar Ticket - Ticket price is £10.

Ticket fees are non-refundable. They consist wholly of an administrative fee of £10, covering both Eventbrite fees and time spent by the Biological Recording Company processing the order.

This entoLEARN presentation is delivered by the Biological Recording Company in partnership with Flauna Ecology and the National Longhorn Beetle Recording Scheme.


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