TSNS 27

Volume 27 December 1991
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TRANSACTIONS
Natural History Societies - are they in need of conservation, and is the conservation movement in need of them? J. R. Martin 2.1Mb

Sika deer - new to Suffolk, 1988. C. R. Naunton 646Kb

Suffolk's first Striped Dolphin, Stenella coeruleoalba (Meyen) and second Fin Whale, Balaenoptera physalus (Linnaeus). H. Mendel & D. J. Lampard 2Mb

Notes and comments on some Suffolk moths in 1990. M. R. Hall 1.9Mb

The Hoverflies (Syrphidae) of Bromeswell Green nature reserve. A. C. Hubbard 992Kb

A Record of Brachychaeteuma bradeae and some other millipedes new to Suffolk. Paul Lee 1.27Mb

The first recorded occurrence of the harvestman, Nelima gothica Lohmander in East Anglia. Paul Lee 963Kb

Some recent Suffolk plant records. E. M. Hyde & F. W. Simpson 3.4Mb

Stinking Goosefoot at Landguard Point. M. D. Crewe 1Mb

Further notes on the Brambles of Suffolk. A. L. Bull 710Kb

Anabaena, A toxic blue-green alga contaminating lakes in East Anglia. G. D. Heathcote 1.1Mb

Blood Hill, Bramford. H. B. Mottram 1.3Mb

NOTES AND OBSERVATIONS Grey Heron and Stoat in ermine, species of Knotgrass, An aberrant Small Tortoiseshell, Morchella elata
882Kb

CONFERENCE 1990 WATER WILDERNESS
The Suffolk estuaries. Charles Beardall 2.6Mb

Anglers are naturalists. R. B. Rickards 3.3Mb

Wildlife conservation and angling - conflict or integration. P. S. Maitland 2.6Mb

Otters in East Anglia. Rowena Jessop 2.7Mb

FUNGI AND SLIME MOULDS IN SUFFOLK
Supplement 1. Martin & Pam Ellis 1.7Mb