Volume 36 December 2000
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CONFERENCE 1999 - 1000 YEARS OF NATURAL HISTORY learning from the past

Purposes and methods of Ecological History. Oliver Rackham

Instrumental surface air temperature variations since the 1850s in the context of the last millennium, and future projections. Phil Jones

Changes in vegetation and flora in the last 1,000 years. Francis Rose

Mammal messages - learning from the past. Pat Morris

Naturalists of the past, present and future - the backbone of nature conservation. Baroness Young


The fields his study. A. Aston

Orthoptera of Suffolk. S. J. Ling

The Stag Beetle, Lucanus cervus L. (Coleoptera: Lucanidae): a hypothesis for its distribution in Suffolk. C. J. Hawes

Notes on the Suffolk list of Coleoptera: 7 The genus Ischnomera Stephens (Oedemeridae). D. R. Nash

Recent records of some notable and rare Diptera from Suffolk. A. Hubbard

Notes and comments on some Suffolk moths in 1999. M. R. Hall

The Spiders of RAF Mildenhall. P. Lee

Measuring Suffolk’s Hedgerows. R. Parker


Freshwater Invertebrate recording in 1999. A. Chalkley

Morels. G. D. Heathcote

Notes on Suffolk Bryophytes in 1999. R. J. Fisk

A new micro fungus in Suffolk. R. J. Fisk

Coleoptera Recorder’s report for 1999. D. R. Nash

Feathered Beauty, Peribatodes secundaria (Esp.) (Lepidoptera: Ennominae) - a moth new to Suffolk. M. R. Hall

Hook-streak Grass-veneer Moth, Crambus pratella Linn.(= dumetella Hb.) - an earlier record in need of confirmation. A. Aston

1999 Notes on Microlepidoptera. A. Aston

Narrow-bordered Bee Hawk-moth (Hemaris tityus Linn.) re-discovered in Suffolk. A. Prichard

Blossom Underwings (Orthosia miniosa, Denis & Schiff.) in Suffolk in 1999. A. Prichard Pdf

Butterflies at Framlingham 1991-1999. A. Aston

The Golden Hoverfly, Callicera spinolae Rondani - surviving in Suffolk. A. Aston

Aculeate Hymenoptera Recorder’s Report 1999. P. Lee

Other Arthropods Recorder’s Report 1999. P. Lee

Spider Recorder’s Report 1999. P. Lee

Plant recording in 1999. M. N. Sanford