Promoting the study of Millipedes, Centipedes and Woodlice in Britain & Ireland

Aims

British Myriapod & Isopod Group aims to actively develop identification, training and recording relevant to improving the knowledge and conservation of centipedes, millipedes, pauropods & symphylans (the Myriapoda) and woodlice & waterlice (the Isopoda).

Field Meetings

We hold an annual field meeting to which all are welcome, beginners and experts alike.

Recording Schemes
The group is also responsible for three National Recording Schemes, one each for centipedes, millipedes and woodlice.

Species information

There is a page for each British and Irish species of centipede, millipede and woodlouse. It is intended that each page will include a detailed account for each species, including distribution map, images, and identification hints. 

Membership

Why not join us? Membership is free and you will receive two newsletters each year giving information and support to members.  Please download and print out a membership application form, Adobe Acrobat (pdf) Version or Microsoft Document (doc) Version.

BMIG - Latest News

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New millipedes named in honour of BMIG members ~ More information on your News page.
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BMIG needs you! ~ More information on your News page. 
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NOW available Bulletin BMIG No.27  ~ Details on our Resources page.
      ~ BMIG Newsletter 30 (Spring 2015Download your copy from your Resources page.
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Your New Centipede Atlas needs you ~ Records are STILL urgently required. See Centipede Recording Scheme
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