Oil beetle walking along a branch

Oil beetle. Photo, Guy Edwardes

Stags, sextons and staphs – Britain’s amazing beetles

Location: Methodist Church Hall, Fore Street, Bovey Tracey, Devon, TQ13 9AD
Roger Avery describes the astonishing diversity of Britain’s 4,000+ beetle species including the amazing life cycle of oil beetles, beetles skating over ponds and beetles mimicking ants

Event details

Date

Time
7:30pm - 9:30pm
A static map of Stags, sextons and staphs – Britain’s amazing beetles

About the event

Britain’s 4,000+ species of beetles display an astonishing diversity of life styles. Roger Avery will discuss topics including the amazing life cycle of oil beetles, beetles which skate over ponds, beetles which mimic ants and many more.

Please note: the venue occasionally reaches capacity for popular talks so please arrive promptly, especially if travelling a distance

Suggested donation £3.

Booking

Suggested donation

Suggested donation £3

Know before you go

Dogs

No dogs permitted

Wheelchair access

Yes

Contact us

John Wych
Contact email: johnwych@hotmail.com