Volume 29 December 1993
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Past and present status of the Yellow-necked Mouse. Martin, J. R.

Desperately seeking ... Water shrew (Neomys fodiens) and Harvest mouse (Micromys minutus) in Broadland. Jowitt, A. J. D. & Perrow, M. R.

Woodlice in Suffolk. Lee, P.

Notes and comments on some Suffolk moths in 1992. Hall, M. R.

Three species of gall wasp (Hymenoptera: Cynipidae), new to Suffolk. Bowdrey, J. P.

A 'heraldic' fish - failing to find the Barbel. Heathcote, G. D.

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

The Scarce Plants Project, 1991-2. Hyde, E. M. p 45

The status of Spartina maritima in Suffolk. Cooper, M. A.

Green Nightshades. Sanford, M. N.

Notes on the fungi of Thetford Forest. Heathcote, G. D.

Geological details of two pits near Kesgrave. Mottram, H. B.

Migrant butterflies. Raincock, J. L. p 11

Firethom leaf-miner. Agassiz, D. p 21

Suffolk names for fossils. Heathcote, G. D. p 25

Willow Tit on Honeysuckle. Beaumont, A. p 46

Co-existence of hornet and wasp. Brown, A. p 46

Grey Squirrel and oakapple. Beaumont, A. p 57

Fingered Speedwell. Trist, P. J. O. p 61

Festuca ovina at Landguard. Copping, A. p 61

Amaranthus spp. Crewe, M. D. p 70

Opening address. Earl of Cranbrook

The origin of British mammals. Pat Morris

The status of the Badger (Meles meles) in Britain, with particular reference to East Anglia. Stephen Harris

Otter-Mink-Water Vole relationships, a summary. Johnny Birks

The status and population dynamics of small mammals in broad-leaved and coniferous woodland. J. R. Flowerdew

Deer in East Anglia. Norma Chapman

Is the British Red Squirrel an endangered species? John Gurnell