You have been incredibly active exploring the bugs in your local area.
We challenged you to investigate the incredible variety of invertebrates in your built environment. In the first year of the survey alone, you sent us more than 5,000 sets of results and counted more than 800,000 bugs.
Scientists at the Natural History Museum processed and analysed this early data. Here's a taste of what was discovered.
How common are different groups of bugs?
Find out which bug was spotted the most and which environments they were found in.
How well do species fare in urban areas?
See which bugs do well in towns and cities.
Which microhabitats are species most frequently found in?
Find out if the Tree Bumblebee or the Small Tortoiseshell does better on man-made hard surfaces.
Where can the Tree Bumblebee be found in the UK?
See how far this species has spread since it was first recorded in Wiltshire in 2001.
How have your surveys helped our scientists?
Your records have helped us to understand which bugs were found most often, whether man-made environments have had an effect on bug numbers and where species can be found in the UK.
Thank you for all your hard work and while we continue to study your data, keep exploring nature!