Ms Emma Sherlock

Ms Emma Sherlock

Senior Curator, Free-living worms and Porifera

Department: Life Sciences
Division: LS Invertebrates
Contact: email

Highlighted publications

Sherlock E, Csuzdi C (2013) Two new earthworm species from Belize (Oligochaeta: Acanthodrilidae). Journal of Natural History, 47 : 1911 - 1919. doi: 10.1080/00222933.2013.770931

Sherlock E (2012) A Key to the Earthworms of the UK and Ireland.. AIDGAP (Aids to the Identification of Difficult Groups of Animals and Plants) :

Sherlock E, Lee S, Mcphee S, Steer M, Michel J, et al. (2011) The first earthworm collections from Nicaragua with description of two new species (Oligochaeta). Zootaxa, 49 - 58.

Fieldwork

Nicaragua
2009 - 2015.

Committees

Past president, Earthworm Society of Britain,

Publications

Carpenter D, Sherlock E, Sandhu R, Eggleton P (2013) Differences in nest structure influence the importance of Formica rufa group (Hymenoptera: Formicidae) wood ant nests as refugia for earthworms. Journal of Natural History, 47 : 2305 - 2309. doi: 10.1080/00222933.2012.763063

Sherlock E, Csuzdi C (2013) Two new earthworm species from Belize (Oligochaeta: Acanthodrilidae). Journal of Natural History, 47 : 1911 - 1919. doi: 10.1080/00222933.2013.770931

Carpenter D, Hammond PM, Sherlock E, Lidgett A, Leigh K, Eggleton P (2012) Biodiversity of soil macrofauna in the New Forest: a benchmark study across a national park landscape. Biodiversity and Conservation, 21 (13) : 3385 - 3410. doi: 10.1007/s10531-012-0369-0

Carpenter D, Sherlock E, Jones DT, Chiminoides J, Writer T, Neilson R, Boag B, Keith AM, Eggleton P (2012) Erratum to: Mapping of earthworm distribution for the British Isles and Eire highlights the under-recording of an ecologically important group (vol 21, pg 475, 2012). Biodiversity and Conservation, 21 (8) : 2173 - 2175. doi: 10.1007/s10531-012-0310-6

Carpenter D, Sherlock E, Jones DT, Chiminoides J, Writer T, Neilson R, Boag B, Keith AM, Eggleton P (2012) Mapping of earthworm distribution for the British Isles and Eire highlights the under-recording of an ecologically important group. Biodiversity and Conservation, 21 (2) : 475 - 485. doi: 10.1007/s10531-011-0194-x

Sherlock E, Berridge L (2012) In Memoriam Reginald William Sims. Opuscula Zoologica (Budapest), 43 : 101 - 105.

Sherlock E (2012) A Key to the Earthworms of the UK and Ireland.. AIDGAP (Aids to the Identification of Difficult Groups of Animals and Plants) :

Sherlock E, Lee S, Mcphee S, Steer M, Michel J, Maes &CsabaCsuzdi. (2011) The first earthworm collections from Nicaragua with description of two new species (Oligochaeta). Zootaxa, 49 - 58.

Eggleton P, Inward K, Smith J, Jones DT, Sherlock E (2009) A six year study of earthworm (Lumbricidae) populations in pasture woodland in southern England shows their responses to soil temperature and soil moisture. Soil Biology and Biochemistry, 41 (9) : 1857 - 1865. doi: 10.1016/j.soilbio.2009.06.007

Sherlock E, Carpenter D (2009) An updated earthworm list for the British Isles and two new 'exotic' species to Britain from Kew Gardens. European Journal of Soil Biology, 45 : 431 - 435. doi: 10.1016/j.ejsobi.2009.07.002

Sherlock E, Jones DT (2008) A field guide to British earthworms to support a national survey, In: Advances in Earthworm Taxonomy III (Annelida: Oligochaeta). Proceedings of the 3rd International Oligochaeta Taxonomy Meeting. Platres, Cyprus, 2nd to 6th April, 2007, Pavlicek T, Cardet P (Eds). ProEnvironmental Services of the Ministry of Agriculture, Natural Resources & Environment of the Republic of Cyprus : 225 - 228.

Russell SS, Grady MM (2006) A history of the meteorite collection at the Natural History Museum, London, In: The history of meteoritics and key meteorite collections: Fireballs, finds and falls, McCall GJH, Bowden AJ, Howarth RJ (Eds). Geological Society London Special Publications 256 : 153 - 162.

Introduction

Highlighted publications

Sherlock E, Csuzdi C (2013) Two new earthworm species from Belize (Oligochaeta: Acanthodrilidae). Journal of Natural History, 47 : 1911 - 1919. doi: 10.1080/00222933.2013.770931

Sherlock E (2012) A Key to the Earthworms of the UK and Ireland.. AIDGAP (Aids to the Identification of Difficult Groups of Animals and Plants) :

Sherlock E, Lee S, Mcphee S, Steer M, Michel J, et al. (2011) The first earthworm collections from Nicaragua with description of two new species (Oligochaeta). Zootaxa, 49 - 58.

Projects

Fieldwork

Nicaragua
2009 - 2015.

Professional activities

Committees

Past president, Earthworm Society of Britain,

Publications

Publications

Carpenter D, Sherlock E, Sandhu R, Eggleton P (2013) Differences in nest structure influence the importance of Formica rufa group (Hymenoptera: Formicidae) wood ant nests as refugia for earthworms. Journal of Natural History, 47 : 2305 - 2309. doi: 10.1080/00222933.2012.763063

Sherlock E, Csuzdi C (2013) Two new earthworm species from Belize (Oligochaeta: Acanthodrilidae). Journal of Natural History, 47 : 1911 - 1919. doi: 10.1080/00222933.2013.770931

Carpenter D, Hammond PM, Sherlock E, Lidgett A, Leigh K, Eggleton P (2012) Biodiversity of soil macrofauna in the New Forest: a benchmark study across a national park landscape. Biodiversity and Conservation, 21 (13) : 3385 - 3410. doi: 10.1007/s10531-012-0369-0

Carpenter D, Sherlock E, Jones DT, Chiminoides J, Writer T, Neilson R, Boag B, Keith AM, Eggleton P (2012) Erratum to: Mapping of earthworm distribution for the British Isles and Eire highlights the under-recording of an ecologically important group (vol 21, pg 475, 2012). Biodiversity and Conservation, 21 (8) : 2173 - 2175. doi: 10.1007/s10531-012-0310-6

Carpenter D, Sherlock E, Jones DT, Chiminoides J, Writer T, Neilson R, Boag B, Keith AM, Eggleton P (2012) Mapping of earthworm distribution for the British Isles and Eire highlights the under-recording of an ecologically important group. Biodiversity and Conservation, 21 (2) : 475 - 485. doi: 10.1007/s10531-011-0194-x

Sherlock E, Berridge L (2012) In Memoriam Reginald William Sims. Opuscula Zoologica (Budapest), 43 : 101 - 105.

Sherlock E (2012) A Key to the Earthworms of the UK and Ireland.. AIDGAP (Aids to the Identification of Difficult Groups of Animals and Plants) :

Sherlock E, Lee S, Mcphee S, Steer M, Michel J, Maes &CsabaCsuzdi. (2011) The first earthworm collections from Nicaragua with description of two new species (Oligochaeta). Zootaxa, 49 - 58.

Eggleton P, Inward K, Smith J, Jones DT, Sherlock E (2009) A six year study of earthworm (Lumbricidae) populations in pasture woodland in southern England shows their responses to soil temperature and soil moisture. Soil Biology and Biochemistry, 41 (9) : 1857 - 1865. doi: 10.1016/j.soilbio.2009.06.007

Sherlock E, Carpenter D (2009) An updated earthworm list for the British Isles and two new 'exotic' species to Britain from Kew Gardens. European Journal of Soil Biology, 45 : 431 - 435. doi: 10.1016/j.ejsobi.2009.07.002

Sherlock E, Jones DT (2008) A field guide to British earthworms to support a national survey, In: Advances in Earthworm Taxonomy III (Annelida: Oligochaeta). Proceedings of the 3rd International Oligochaeta Taxonomy Meeting. Platres, Cyprus, 2nd to 6th April, 2007, Pavlicek T, Cardet P (Eds). ProEnvironmental Services of the Ministry of Agriculture, Natural Resources & Environment of the Republic of Cyprus : 225 - 228.

Russell SS, Grady MM (2006) A history of the meteorite collection at the Natural History Museum, London, In: The history of meteoritics and key meteorite collections: Fireballs, finds and falls, McCall GJH, Bowden AJ, Howarth RJ (Eds). Geological Society London Special Publications 256 : 153 - 162.