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  • Bordered Brown Lacewing Survey E2

    ...Buglife Scotland to survey Holyrood Park for the rare Bordered brown lacewing. This lacewing is known from only two sites in Scotland! We aim to...

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  • Bordered Brown Lacewing Survey

    ...Buglife Scotland to survey Holyrood Park for the rare Bordered brown lacewing. This lacewing is known from only two sites in Scotland! We aim to...

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  • Rare snail’s profile boosted and communities engaged with freshwater life through successful ‘Marvellous Mud Snails’ project

    ...Buglife Scotland, concludes two successful years on 31st March.  A rare freshwater species, the Pond mud snail (Omphiscola glabra), has been the focus of the...

    Home > News and Events > News > Rare snail’s profile boosted and communities engaged with freshwater life through successful ‘Marvellous Mud Snails’ project

  • Important step in campaign to save rare dunes

    ...Buglife Scotland’s Conservation Director, Jonny Hughes, Chief Executive of the Scottish Wildlife Trust and a Global Councillor for the International Union for Conservation of Nature...

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  • Rare snails introduced to Pentland Hills

    ...Buglife Scotland, this project is working to ensure this species doesn’t disappear from Scotland. Ben Harrower, the charity’s conservation programme manager, said, “It is very encouraging...

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  • John Muir Pollinator Way, funding success

    ...Buglife Scotland the opportunity to expand and bolster the work already being undertaken to create the first urban B-lines in Scotland, The John Muir Pollinator...

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  • Endangered Northern Damselfly meets its Parliamentary Champion

    ...Buglife Scotland are to be commended for their work in keeping its habitat secure, and I am grateful to them for the opportunity to visit...

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  • The National Bug Vote Results Scotland

    ...Buglife Scotland Manager says: We have had a fantastic response to our National Bug Vote! The winning insect highlights how important pollinators are to the...

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  • Angus Macdonald MSP hails success of Grangemouth green roof project

    ...Buglife Scotland Manager said: “Green roofs are an exciting opportunity to create habitat for wildlife at roof level. This green roof within CalaChem’s grounds is...

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  • Scottish Species Champions

    ...Buglife Scotland is currently supporting seven MSP species champions: Freshwater pearl mussel (Margaritifera margaritifera), Red mason bee (Osmia bicornis), Bordered brown lacewing (Megalomus hirtus), Narrow-headed...

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