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Event Overview

This workshop led by Steve Gregory is an introduction to the identification of woodlice, millipedes and centipedes.

Although not taxonomically related, these three groups (Isopoda, Diploda and Chilopoda) are familiar to all, live in similar places and therefore are conveniently recorded together.

Woodlice and millipedes are important decomposers, whereas centipedes are generalist predators.

Many species can be reliably identified in the field with a hand lens, and some with the naked eye.

Suitable for adults.

Cost: £40 Standard/£20 Student/£115 Professional

Booking necessary:

Contact Juliette Butler – The Wildlife Trust BCN on 01604 774031 (Tues, Wed and Fri 9am-2.30pm) or at trainingworkshops@wildlifebcn.org ‘ also for accessibility advice.

Further information including a programme for the day and location map will be sent to participants nearer the time.

Saturday 23rd March 2019 10am-4pm 

Ring Haw Field Station, Old Sulehay, Sulehay Road, 0.5 miles west of the village Yarwell Village Northamptonshire PE8 6PA

A Wildlife Trust BCN training event.

 

 

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Important Information

Suitable for adults.

Cost: £40 Standard/£20 Student/£115 Professional

Booking necessary:

Contact Juliette Butler – The Wildlife Trust BCN on 01604 774031 (Tues, Wed and Fri 9am-2.30pm) or at trainingworkshops@wildlifebcn.org ‘ also for accessibility advice.

Further information including a programme for the day and location map will be sent to participants nearer the time.

Details

Date:
March 23
Time:
10:00 am - 4:00 pm
Cost:
£40
Categories:
Natural Environment Workshop
Website:
https://www.wildlifebcn.org/events/2019-03-23-wildlife-training-workshop-woodlice-centipedes-and-millipedes-steve-gregory

Venue

Ring Haw Field Station, Old Sulehay
Sulehay Road, 0.5 miles west of the village Yarwell Village
Northamptonshire PE8 6PA
Phone:
01604 774031
Website:
https://www.wildlifebcn.org/events/2019-03-23-wildlife-training-workshop-woodlice-centipedes-and-millipedes-steve-gregory