Find out everything you need to know to become an amateur bug collector. What equipment should you use? Which colours attract flies? And why is leopard dung useful?! Also, learn about the history of butterfly and moth collection, including stories from recent Natural History Museum expeditions around the world.
Find out about a Museum curator's fieldwork in Colombia that involved camping in the mountains and discovering a new species of butterfly.
Phil Ackery discusses the Museum’s extensive collection of butterflies and collecting expeditions of the past.
Museum entomologist Gaden Robinson discusses his expeditions to the jungles of West Malaysia and Brunei.
Watch this short video of rhinocerous beetle images captured by the Museum's state-of-the-art scanning technology.
Go behind the scenes with Beulah Garner, one of the curators looking after 9 million beetle specimens in the Museum collections. Discover the projects and fieldwork she and colleagues are involved in, and find out more about the fascinating world of beetles.