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Posted by: Michael Williams - MCIEEM BSc (Hons) on 11/06/2014

According to the UK Glow Worm Survey, most glow worm colonies have probably been close to their present locations for a long time, possibly hundreds or thousands of years. Attempts to relocate them or introduce them to new areas are usually unsuccessful. 

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Categories: Ecological Consulting
Tags: Ecological Consultant | Glow Worm | invertebrate specialists | Invertebrate survey | Invertebrate Surveys

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Posted by: Michael Williams - MCIEEM BSc (Hons) on 13/03/2014

Trees are great for invertebrates, we’re often told – but where are they all? Almost all trees have invertebrates living on them somewhere, but the number of species, different species and what they use them for depends on a variety of factors, including tree species, age, height, fungal growth and the presence of certain features, such as rot holes and crevices. Almost anywhere on a tree can provide a home or a food source to invertebrates.

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Categories: Ecological Consulting
Tags: ecological consultancy | Ecological Consultant | ecological consultants | Invertebrate Surveys

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Posted by: Michael Williams on 29/10/2013

Oil Beetles discovered in the Bristol region by our enthusiastic invertebrate specialists. 

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Categories: Ecological Consulting
Tags: invertebrate specialists | Invertebrate survey | Invertebrate Surveys

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Posted by: Michael Williams on 07/01/2013

Ecosulis entered a staged tender process and was appointed through the Framework for CSM SSSI Invertebrate Assemblage Assessments by Natural England to undertake condition assessment for invertebrate assemblages as Sites of Special Scientific Interest (SSSI) features across 27 SSSIs around the UK. The contract commenced in April 2012 and is currently ongoing.

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Categories: Biodiversity Research
Tags: Invertebrate survey | Invertebrate Surveys | ISIS Natural England

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Posted by: James Tristram BSc (Hons), Michael Williams - AIEEM BSc (Hons) on 11/07/2011

ISIS is the methodology devised and used to aid conservation management in Sites of Special Scientific Interest (SSSIs), specifically by establishing the presence/absence and quality of specific Species Assemblage Types. However, as a tool for analysing species lists it has numerous other uses.

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Categories: Biodiversity Research
Tags: Entomologist | entomology | Insects | Invertebrate Surveys | ISIS Natural England

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