Diplopoda, Chilopoda and Isopoda are three invertebrate orders which have been neglected and rarely recorded in Nottinghamshire for a number of years. But that was remedied when we expanded our own interests and there are specific pages featuring all those species known from Nottinghamshire.

We also have a number of pages and/or pdf files providing up to date county atlases for centipedes, millipedes and woodlice. These are the first such publications and have already been updated twice after their original publications on www.eakringbirds.com.
 
Species accounts/guides
Chordeuma proximum - a new Millipede for Nottinghamshire Discovery of Nottinghamshire's first new Millipede in nearly 50 years
A modern Atlas of Nottinghamshire Centipedes The known distribution of Nottinghamshire's Centipedes
The Centipedes and Millipedes of Nottinghamshire An introduction to the Centipedes and Millipedes of Nottinghamshire
A modern Atlas of Nottinghamshire Millipedes The known distribution of Nottinghamshire's Millipedes
The Woodlice of Nottinghamshire A guide to Nottinghamshire's Woodlice
A modern Atlas of Nottinghamshire Woodlice The known distribution of Nottinghamshire's Woodlice
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pdf publications
A modern Atlas of Nottinghamshire Centipedes - Third revision March 2018
A modern Atlas of Nottinghamshire Centipedes - Second revision October 2015
A modern Atlas of Nottinghamshire Centipedes - First revision April 2015
A modern Atlas of Nottinghamshire Centipedes
A modern Atlas of Nottinghamshire Millipedes - Third revision February 2018
A modern Atlas of Nottinghamshire Millipedes - Second revision April 2015
A modern Atlas of Nottinghamshire Millipedes - First revision February 2015
A modern Atlas of Nottinghamshire Millipedes
An Atlas of Nottinghamshire Woodlice - Third revision Dec 2018
An Atlas of Nottinghamshire Woodlice - Second revision February 2018
An Atlas of Nottinghamshire Woodlice - First revision October 2015
A modern Atlas of Nottinghamshire Woodlice
 
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