Start Date: 20th November 2016, 10:30
End Date: 20th November 2016, 16:00
An opportunity to expand your identification skills, this workshop will be very ‘hands on’ using preserved specimens, keys and microscopes. Picture Wing Flies (Tephritidae and Ulidiidae) are an ideal group to study. They are attractive, easy to recognise, not too many species and are mostly identified on wing patterns or other colourful attributes
A perfect group for those with little or no experience, or those who wish to extend their identification skills to a new group. Our aim is to work together to help train the next generation of naturalists, and build up more recorders in the area to help with recording and monitoring of such important species groups.
(Tephritidae – Acidia cognate)
Booking is essential as places are limited, to book a place please email or call using the details below.
The workshop is a joint partnership event with the DVLP and Sorby Invertebrate Group (SIG) via Sorby Natural History Society.
‘Training the Next Generation of Naturalists Together!’
Locations in the Dearne
This event can be found at the following locations: