Trevor and Dilys Pendleton Eakring and Nottinghamshire Invertebrate Records
This dataset comprises over 57,000 invertebrate records collated by Trevor and Dilys Pendleton between 2000 and 2018 from across Nottinghamshire particularly from the heart of Sherwood. The dataset includes records from many groups including Coleoptera, Lepidoptera (both macro and micro lepidoptera), Diptera, Arachnida (including Opiliones and Pseudoscorpiones), Myriapoda and Isopoda, Heteroptera, Hymenoptera and Orthoptera.
Many of the records are supported by photographs and information.
Trevor and Dilys Pendleton maintain www.eakringbirds.com. The website dedicated to Nottinghamshire Invertebrate fauna. The site is a comprehensive online natural history resource for Nottinghamshire, which specifically raises the profile of invertebrates. The website is frequently updated with new pages, text, identification guides, photographs and distribution maps covering well over 2,500 species illustrating the range of invertebrates that Nottinghamshire supports.
The dataset covers recording activity between 29/08/2000 and 29/12/2018
All records have been identified, processed, collated and determined by Trevor and Dilys Pendleton.
Field observation and survey including sweeping, beating, MV light and vacuum sampling
Trevor and Dilys Pendleton Eakring and Nottinghamshire Invertebrate Records, NBGRCG (2019)
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