Volume 41 December 2005
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Contents and Introduction R. Dixon

A new approach to Earth Heritage Conservation in Suffolk The Suffolk Geodiversity Project. T. Holt-Wilson

The Westleton Beds - a case for RIGS. H. Mottram

RIGS for Geography Education. C. Markham

Sizewell B Crags - an ‘unavailable geological site’. R. A. D. Markham

Some Unusual Local Building Stones. R. Dixon

Some Pleistocene problems in Suffolk. P. Allen

An impact scenario for the Colchester Earthquake of 1884. A. Weston

Field excursion – The Nacton Shore. R. A. D. Markham


An abnormal Thornback Ray Raja clavata with additional pectoral fins. J. R. Ellis

Antlions - habitat and history. E. J. M. Kirby

The Wasps and Bees (Hymenoptera: Aculeata) of Rampart Field and West Stow Country Park in Suffolk. M. E. Archer

Sturmia bella (Meigen) (Diptera: Tachinidae) an interesting addition to the Suffolk list. D. R. Nash

Noctua orbona (Hufnagel) Lunar Yellow Underwing larval surveys in the Sandlings during 2002 to 2005. A. W. Prichard

Notes on the Suffolk list of Coleoptera: 12 Twenty-seven species new to the Suffolk list with significant records from the year 2004. D. R. Nash

Comments and notes on some Suffolk moths in 2004. A. W. Prichard

Plant recording in 2004. M. N. Sanford

2004 Butterfly Report. R. Parker

Suffolk Rare Plant Register. M. N. Sanford


Egg for breakfast. W. S. George

Aculeate Hymenoptera Recorder’s Report for 2003/2004. A. Knowles

Spider Recorder’s Report, 2004 & Other Arthropods Recorder’s Report 2004. P. Lee

A wild giant horsetail hybrid hunt. M. N. Sanford

Observations on a Swallowtail Butterfly, Papilio machaon L.. in Ipswich, 2004. R. G. Stewart

The Small Copper ab. caeruleopunctata Rűhl in Suffolk, 2004. R. G. Stewart

Some recent bryophyte records for 2003/2004. R. J. Fisk

Golden Hoverer. M. N. Sanford

Butterflies around Framlingham, 25 July–6 August. A. Aston