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92 days to go to National Insect Week


National Insect Week and the Royal Entomological Society support The Great Bug Hunt competition for schools in conjunction with the Association of Science Education. For more details and to enter please visit

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Our children's drawing competition will also be launched soon for National Insect Week 2016. Details will be released on this page in April.

The National Insect Week Photography Competition 2016 will be launched on 20 June 2016. Please return to this webpage to find out details about this year's competition and how to enter. Meanwhile you can look at some of the stunning winning entries from previous photography competitions below.

Did you know?

Most tenacious

Most tenacious: Brook Dun mayfly larvae can cling on smooth stones in fast flowing freshwater.

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