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Antlion
adult antlion

Antlion Euroleon nostras

Antlions look like a cross between a lacewing and a dragonfly, their larva dig distinctive conical pits in soft sand. The larvae themselves are rarely seen either as they remain hidden beneath the sand, waiting expectantly for an unsuspecting ant to tumble into the pit. Image: Pete Etheridge (Flickr).

Find out more: iNaturalist, RSPB – Antlion blog post



There are 1783 records of millipedes and 1205 records of centipedes on the SBIS Database. Species-based card indexes for most groups covering published records (mainly from TSNS). 

There are various lists (Crustacea, Rotifera, Worms etc.) in early TSNS and (A summary of) the Total Living Fauna of Suffolk – See Major Publications below.

Basic Suffolk Checklist of woodlice on Recorder. Paul Lee has his own copy of RECORDER and has loaded many species records using the same sites file as SBIS.


Major Publications

(A summary of) the Total Living Fauna of Suffolk. C. Morley (1943 Morley TSNS 5: 74)


Woodlice in Suffolk. P. Lee (1993 TSNS 29: 12)

Other papers from Suffolk Natural History

Spider ... & Other Arthropods Recorder’s Report 2005/6. P. Lee (2007) Open
Spider ... & Other Arthropods Recorder’s Report 2004. P. Lee (2005) Open
Other Arthropods Recorder’s Report 2003. P. Lee (2004) Open
Other Arthropods Recorder’s Report 2002. P. Lee (2003) Open
Other Arthropods Recorder’s Report 2001. P. Lee (2002) Open
Other Arthropods Recorder’s Annual Report 2000. P. Lee (2001) Open
Other Arthropods Recorder’s Report 1999. P. Lee (2000) Open
New woodlice for Suffolk. J. Daws (1995) Open
The woodlouse Stenophiloscia zosterae – first record since 1977. J. Dawes (1995) Open
Woodlice in Suffolk. P. Lee (1993) Open
A Record of Brachychaeteuma bradeae and some other millipedes new to Suffolk. P. Lee (1991) Open
The centipede, Scutigera coleoptrata (Linn), a new record for Suffolk. A. Beaumont & S. Went (1988) Open
A woodlouse new to East Anglia. A.G. Irwin (1982) Open
A predator defence in Onychiurus armatus (Tuilb.) (Collembola: Onychiuridae). R.A. Brown (1980) Open
An under-recorded millipede from Suffolk. E. Milne-Redhead (1980) Open
Suffolk Lumbricidae. H.C. Grant (1952) Open
Worms Schistocephalus solidus. H.C. Grant & C. Morley (1952) Open
The Worms of Suffolk: Preliminary List (1941) Open
The Crustacea of Suffolk: Part ii. Oniscoidea or Woodlice. E. Taylor (1938) Open
The Rotifer of Suffolk: Preliminary List. C. Morley (1937) Open
The Bryozoa of Suffolk: Preliminary List. C. Morley (1937) Open
The Crustacea of Suffolk: Part 1, Podopthalma. (1934) Open
Luminous Centipeds. C. Morley (1933) Open
On Suffolk Earth Worms. A. Mayfield (1930) Open

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