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Dave Goulson
Professor of , specializing in . Author of: A Sting in the Tale; A Buzz in the Meadow; Bee Quest; The Garden Jungle. Youtube:
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Dunhurst ODW 20h
This is why it’s a good idea to have a nice pile of rotting wood in your garden . . . .
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Dave Goulson Nov 16
Fascinating to see nature in action in this time-series from the Knepp rewilding project.
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grown in wales Nov 14
Doesn't look appealing does it ? but this is a peat core taken from a 6m deep peat bog in Carmarthenshire. Imagine how much water 6m of peat bog can hold. Now imagine where that water goes when you dig up the peat to grow petunias. Yes it goes in your living room
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Dave Goulson Nov 16
I've never met anyone who has seen an earwig fly, but apparently they can!
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Dave Goulson Nov 14
I understand your frustration, but don't blame scientists for journal paywalls, we all find them annoying!
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Devon Wildlife Trust Nov 14
We asked insect expert, Prof , what his favourite insect is, and his answer involved cannibalistic mothers... Intrigued? Watch here!
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Dave Goulson Nov 14
Sorry, I've no idea! I didn't get a penny :)
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Herts Wildlife Trust Nov 14
An apocalypse is happening all around us and we don't even notice. We need to act *now* and create wild spaces *everywhere* to secure a for our planet. Read more >>
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Prof. Jeff Ollerton Nov 14
Scientists call for action for the EU Common Agricultural Policy to address sustainability challenges - please sign the statement if you are an EU scientist - and that includes the UK for now! Please RT
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Dave Goulson Nov 14
The report refers to insects "and other invertebrates". We entomologist's are not usually so easily offended!
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Dave Goulson Nov 14
You mean aside from all the evidence that farmland wildlife has declined dramatically over many decades?
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Dave Goulson Nov 14
If you just ask and send me your email you can have it for free!
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University of Sussex Nov 14
A new report from Prof reveals the impact of an insect apocalypse on society, ecology and human wellbeing. Thankfully, it also reveals measures that can be taken to avoid it 🐝🐞🦋🐜
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Dave Goulson Nov 13
Replying to @peter435rossit1
I've not seen much evidence one way or the other. Would be nice to be sure it is safe before it is rolled out.
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Rainforest Foundation Norway Nov 13
Luckily, we can all act as first responders and take relatively simple steps to help reverse what the report describes as a "catastrophic decline in the abundance and diversity of ." and are here to tell us how. 👇
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Common Dreams Nov 13
'This Unnoticed Apocalypse Should Set Alarms Ringing,' Conservationist Warns About Insect Declines
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jason hunt # lanceurd'avenir, @interexposome Nov 13
Pourquoi les insectes sont tellement important? Nous avons demandé à un expert en insectes, le Professeur et voici ce qu'il avait à dire #ActionforInsects#wilderfuture
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Research Development - Sussex Uni Nov 13
Prof 's new report reveals that if insect declines are not halted, ecosystems will collapse with ‘profound consequences for human wellbeing’: See the full report here:
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Dave Goulson Nov 13
New report in insect declines, with action points for all! We need to look after our insects and our planet: time to act is now. Pls RT Download here:
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Dave Goulson Nov 13
New report on insect declines with a focus on what we can all do to HELP: download here
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