Want to do more? Doing the Bugs Count survey is just the start.
Thousands of people across the UK spend their spare time recording wildlife. Why not check out some of the organisations who helped with this survey and see how you can get more involved.
- Slugs and snails: Conchological Society – www.conchsoc.org
- Earthworms: Earthworm Society of Britain – www.earthwormsoc.org.uk
- Ladybirds: Join the UK Ladybird Survey – www.ladybird-survey.org
- True bugs: Gallery and identification guide – www.britishbugs.org.uk
- True flies: Dipterists forum – www.dipteristsforum.org.uk
- Bees, wasps and ants: Bees, Wasps and Ants Recording Society – www.bwars.com
- Butterflies and moths: Butterfly Conservation – www.butterfly-conservation.org
- Crickets, grasshoppers: Orthoptera and allied insects – www.orthoptera.org.uk
- Spiders: British Arachnological Society – www.britishspiders.org.uk
- Woodlice, centipedes and millipedes: British Myriapod and Isopod Group – www.bmig.org.uk
Need help identifying an invertebrate?
Simply upload a picture of your find to iSpot or the Natural History Museum's Bug forum and an online community of experts and enthusiasts will do their best to identify it.