The British Journal of Entomology and Natural History is published four times per year and is issued free to all members (current price £72 p.a. for non members).
The contents of the Journal includes:
- Original articles and papers on entomological matters
- Short communications and observations
- Proceedings and transactions concerning Society business
- Reports on indoor and field meetings
- Full report on exhibits at the annual exhibition, a valuable source of data and other information
- Book reviews
Selected Articles from the Journal
ANT-LIKE FLOWER BEETLES (COLEOPTERA: ANTHICIDAE) OF THE UK, IRELAND AND CHANNEL ISLES by Dmitry Telnov
Abstract: The Anthicidae or ant-like flower beetles of the UK, Ireland and Channel Isles are reviewed. A species list, identification key, short diagnoses and illustrations of all taxa are given. Brief information on known ecological preferences of species is given. > DOWNLOAD PDF
AN ADDENDUM TO SOUTHWOOD & LESTON’S LAND AND WATER BUGS OF THE BRITISH ISLES by Rob Ryan
Abstract: Southwood & Leston (1959) numbered 509 species of Hemiptera-Heteroptera as British. The British list has grown significantly over the last five decades, and this paper presents an additional 85 species of land and water bugs that have been recorded in Britain. For each species, references to articles in the British literature are given, by which they may be identified. > DOWNLOAD PDF
Contributing Articles for Publication in the Journal
The editor invites receipt of scientific papers, articles, short communications and general observations for publication in The Journal.
Please contact: Mr J.S. Badmin / 01227 752291 / firstname.lastname@example.org