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BWARS forum - first, please read this

This forum is a place to discuss matters related to BWARS and general matters related to aculeates.

 

It is not intended as a forum for identification queries. We may add this feature in due course, but meanwhile, if you need help identifying bees, wasps and ants, please use either iRecord or UK Bees, Wasps and Ants Facebook page, for recording your find.

 

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Solitary Wasp ID with Microscopes 2 - Bushy Park

Solitary wasps are a diverse group, with thousands of species in the UK alone. They are often brightly coloured, making them a delight to look at – but with such diversity species level identifications can be difficult. Join our expert tutor to learn more about solitary wasps, and gain the skills needed to identify them to family, genus and species level.

Field Studies Council course - full details here

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Wed 12, October 2022 10:00 - 16:00

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Wed, 12/10/2022

Vespoid Wasp Identification with Microscopes - Bushy Park

The social wasps most familiar to us, sometimes called yellowjackets, belong to the superfamily Vespoidea. This group is however far more varied than one might expect with around 50 species recorded in Britain. Join our expert wasp tutor to capture, examine and identify vespoid wasps to species by examining key morphological characters in the field and under a microscope.

 

Field Studies Council course - full details here

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Mon 15, August 2022 10:00 - 16:00

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Mon, 15/08/2022

Ant & Harvestman Field Recorder Day @ Tolworth Court Farm

Join like-minded people with an interest in field recording for a day identifying and surveying invertebrates in an informal environment at Tolworth Court Farm. At over 50ha its size and location along the chalk stream of the Hogsmill River in Kingston mean it is an important place for nature. A haven for Brown Hairstreak butterflies and other butterfly species, this site has not been well recorded for other invertebrate groups.

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Fri 05, August 2022 10:00 - 16:00

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Fri, 05/08/2022

Solitary Wasp ID with Microscopes 1 - Bushy Park

Solitary wasps are a diverse group, with thousands of species in the UK alone. They are often brightly coloured, making them a delight to look at – but with such diversity species level identifications can be difficult. Join our expert tutor to learn more about solitary wasps, and gain the skills needed to identify them to family, genus and species level.

Field Studies Council course - full details here

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Tue 11, October 2022 10:00 - 16:00

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Tue, 11/10/2022

Social Wasp ID with Microscopes - Bishops Wood

Social wasps belong to the family Vespidae.  Although this family contains over 4000 species worldwide, only around 8 of these species are regularly found in the UK. Identification involves using their colour markings on the face and body to get to species. Join our expert tutor to learn more about social wasps, and gain the skills needed to identify them to species level.

 

Field Studies Council course - full details here

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Wed 07, September 2022 10:00 - 16:00

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Wed, 07/09/2022

Solitary Wasp ID with Microscopes - Bishops Wood

Solitary wasps are a diverse group, with thousands of species in the UK alone. They are often brightly coloured, making them a delight to look at- but with such diversity species level identifications can be difficult. Join our expert tutor to learn more about solitary wasps, and gain the skills needed to identify them to family ,genus and species level.

 

Field Studies Council course - full details here

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Tue 06, September 2022 10:00 - 16:00

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Tue, 06/09/2022

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