TSNS 10

Volume 10 Parts 1-4 1956-1957
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TRANSACTIONS Part 1
A Study of Mill Races and Sluices at Flatford Mill and Dedham. Milne, G. R.

Red Crag Deer from Trimley and Felixstowe. Spencer, H. E. P.

Hog Highland, Ipswich. Spencer, H. E. P.

Collecting in Suffolk in July, 1956. de Worms, C. G. M.

Moths at Waldringfield in 1956. Waller, A. P.

Death's Head Moth and other Rare Species. de Worms, C. G. M.

Suffolk Notes for 1956. Chipperfield, H. E.

Clostera anachoreta. de Worms, C. G. M.

Captures near Southwold, 1956. Baker, G. J.

Lepidoptera of Suffolk Coast, 1956. George, W. S.

Rearing the Large Blue Butterfly. Beaufoy, S.

Diptera of Suffolk. Aston, A. E. & Walker, D.

Notes on Marsh Harriers. Benson, G. R. G.

Notes on Tapeworm from Yellow-necked Field Mouse. Prudhoe, S.

Plant Damage by Summer Storms. Trist, P. J. O.

Alien and Rare Plants at Lakenheath. Rutterford, M. G.

The Suffolk County Flora. Willis, J. C. N.

Some Interesting Suffolk Wildflowers. Rowling, E. S.

A Frequent Alien. Trist, P. J. O.

Weather Report. Wilson, R. R.

NOTES AND OBSERVATIONS Part 1
Mole-Water Shrew-Stoat-Weasel-Water-vole Black Rat Badger-Coypu-Fallow Deer-Camberwell Beauty-Miller Evergestis extimalis,-Spotted Clover Moth-Pine Hawk Moth -Epeira diademata-Potentilla anserina-Clathrus ruber- Epipactis purpurata---Carex otrubae Notes
TRANSACTIONS Part 2
Changing Flora of Suffolk. Simpson, F. W.

Flora of roadside of A.45. Mitchell, N. S. P.

Changing Suffolk Coast. Spencer, H. E. P.

Geological Notes. Spencer, H. E. P.

Foulerton Award. Curtis, G. E.

British Macrolepidoptera, 1956. de Worms, C. G. M.

Further Records of Empididae. Garrett-Jones, C.

Myxomatosis in Suffolk, 1956. Haslam, S. & Newell, W. H.

Weather Report, 1957. Wilson, R. R.

Suffolk Bird Report for 1956. Payn, W. H.

NOTES AND OBSERVATIONS Part 2
Yellow Necked Mouse-Barbastelle-Grey Seal-Porpoise- Fish Parasite New to Suffolk-Humming Bird Hawk Moth -Diotis maritima--Cyclamen neapolitanum-Autumn Crocus -Pheasant's Eye Dittander---On Saying Rare Plants- Field Study Centre Notes
TRANSACTIONS Part 3
Spider Fauna of the Heaths and Fens of West Suffolk. Duffey, E., Locket, G.H. & Millidge, A. F.

Lepidoptera Notes, 1957. Chipperfield, H. E.

Notes on Suffolk Lepidoptera in 1957. Waller, A. P.

More Notes on Suffolk Lepidoptera. Birkett, N. L.

Some Early Lepidoptera. Beaufoy, S.

Rearing Lepidoptera. Beaufoy, S.

Emperor Dragonfly. Beaufoy, S.

Cerura bicuspis. de Worms, C. G. M.

Mainly Moths. Aston, A. E.

Prevalence in East Suffolk of Simyra albovenosa and Triphaena orbona. de Worms, C. G. M.

Diptera of Suffolk. Aston, A. E.

Changing Flora of Suffolk. Simpson, F. W.

Mammalian Bones from Suffolk River Beds. Spencer, H. E. P.

Mammalia of the Stutton Brickearth. Spencer, H. E. P.

Notes on the Coypu. St. J. Bame, M. E.

Of Mice and Parasites. Griffith, G.

Note on Wolfe Collection. Whiting, M. M.

Weather Report. Wilson, R. R.

Book Review. Cranbrook, Earl of

NOTES AND OBSERVATIONS Part 3
Common Shrew-Dormouse-Yellow Necked Mouse- House Mouse-House Martins-Adder-Tape Worm- Maggots in Salt-Amaranthus retroflexus-Seakale-Yellow Vetch-Spiny Cocklebur-Mertensia-Puff Ball-Goat"s Beard-Proliferation-Sepultaria sumneri-Crag Sea Urchin -Spotted Orchis-Dittander Notes

TRANSACTIONS Part 4
Rosehill House, Farnham. Cranbrook, Earl of

Notes on the Suffolk Flora. Simpson, F. W.

Review of British Lepidoptera for 1957. de Worms, C. G. M.

A New Suffolk Moth. Aston, A. E.

Other Micros New to Suffolk. Aston, A. E.

Phoridae (Diptera) New to Suffolk List. Parmenter, L.

Note on the Geology of the Bobbitshole Area. Boswell, P. G. H.

New Suffolk Mammalia from River Gravel: Barham. Spencer, H. E. P.

The Yellow Necked Field Mouse at Stowmarket. Thurlow, W. G.

Weather Report. Wilson, R. R.

Suffolk Bird Report for 1957. Payn, W. H.

NOTES AND OBSERVATIONS Part 4
Common Shrew-Badger-Red Squirrel-Harvest Mouse-- Long Tailed Field Mouse,--Yellow Necked Mouse - Bank Vole-Vole Damage-Water Rat-Coypu-Grass Snakes- Fish Parasites-Spiders New to Suffolk-British Millipedes- Dittander-Scotch Crocus-Some Observations on the Habits of the Solitary Wasp-Spore dispersal of Geaster triplex- Anatis occellata Linn. Notes