Invertebrates in Scotland
Scotland has very special and unique invertebrates. Some species are unique to Scotland, others occur here and nowhere else in the UK and still more rely on the country as their stronghold.
You can find out more about Scotland's special species and habitats in this section of the website.
You can also learn more about the latest discoveries and events in Scottish Invertebrate News, by clicking here. This is the new biannual newsletter for people interested in invertebrates in Scotland - whether you are a novice or experienced expert, this is your newsletter.
|Scabious mining bee (Andrena marginata) © Gus Jones|
With the publication of 'A Strategy for Scottish Invertebrate Conservation', we are entering a very exciting time for invertebrate conservation in Scotland. To read more about 'A Strategy for Scottish Invertebrate Conservation', click here.
The ‘Action for Scottish Invertebrates’ project is currently working to implement 'A Strategy for Scottish Invertebrate Conservation'. This project is grant-aided by Scottish Natural Heritage and delivered on behalf of the Initiative for Scottish Invertebrates by Buglife – The Invertebrate Conservation Trust.
To learn more about how you can get involved in the conservation of Scotland's unique invertebrate fauna, click here.
The Scottish web pages have been produced with funding from Awards for All (Scotland).