TSNS 20

Volume 20 December 1984
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TRANSACTIONS
A tour round the vice-counties of Suffolk. Mendel, H.

A survey of the distribution of deer in Suffolk. Cham, S. A.

Suffolk Lepidoptera in 1983. Chipperfield, H. E.

The Suffolk butterfly survey 1983. Mendel, H. & Piotrowski, S. H.

Notes on the Suffolk list of Coleoptera: 4. Scolytidae. Nash, D. R.

Aquatic Coleoptera new to Suffolk in Weston Fen. Foster, G. N.

Acalypterate Diptera from Suffolk in the Claude Morley collection: 1 Sciomyzidae. Withers, P.

Did aphids come to Suffolk from the Continent in 1982? Heathcote, G. D.

Recent changes in the land use and ecology of the East Suffolk Sandlings. Armstrong, P. H.

The formation of sub-glacial buried channels in the lower Gipping valley. Mottram, H. B. & Huntley, S. L.

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

Reptile and Amphibian survey. Jones, M.

Additional plant records from Landguard Common, 1983. Copping, A.

Chickweed, Stellaria media - a source of viruses affecting crop plants Heathcote, G. D.

Calamints in Suffolk - a request. Hyde, E. M.

The central North Sea-a possible breeding locality for the Common Porpoise-Phocoena phocoena Linnaeus. Quinn, P.

NOTES AND OBSERVATIONS
Suffolk Birds 1983. Moore, D. R. p 9

Swimming squirrel. Moore, D. R. p 37

Horn-tails and lchneumonid parasites. Chipperfield, H. E. p 39

Bird fleas. Heathcote, G. D. p 51

Rocky Mountain Sage. Simpson, F. W. p 69

Norwegian wasp. Lewis, W. E. p 75

Bird v. bat. Acker, L. & Woodhouse, P. 96