TSNS 42

Volume 42 December 2006
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CONFERENCE 2005 - SOME LIKE IT HOT

Is wildlife revealing climate change? R. Tabor

Phenology in a changing climate. T. Sparks, P. Croxton & N. Collinson

Climate change and breeding birds. H. Q. P. Crick

Adaptation strategies. C. Gibson

Butterfly futures. R. Parker

TRANSACTIONS

The Brown Hare population at Orford Ness in June 2005 and 2006. S. Warrington & D. Cormack

Green/Water Frogs in Suffolk. J. Baker & R. Norton

Occurrence of exotic fishes in East Anglian waters: Porcupinefish Diodon histrix and Piranha Pygocentrus sp. J. R. Ellis

The occurrence of Mantis Shrimp Rissoides desmaresti (Crustacea: Stomatopoda) off the Suffolk coast. J. R. Ellis, K. Warr, K. Cooper & I. J. de Boois

Records of the introduced amphipod Grandidierella japonica Stephensen 1938 (Crustacea: Amphipoda: Gammaridea: Aoridae) from the Orwell Estuary, Suffolk. C. Ashelby

Population fluctuations in Gorse Mites. E. J. M. Kirby

Freshwater Invertebrate Recorder’s annual Report 2005. A. Chalkley

Aculeate Hymenoptera Recorder’s Report for 2005. A. Knowles

Spider Recorder’s annual Report 2005. P. Lee

Suffolk Dragonflies 2005. K. Morris

Four species of Hemiptera new to Suffolk. N. Cuming

Comments and notes on some Suffolk moths in 2005. A. W. Prichard

2005 Butterfly Report. R. Parker

Recording Butterflies in an Ipswich garden 1996-2005. R. G. Stewart

Plant recording in 2005. M. N. Sanford

Sutton Knoll. R. Dixon

NOTES AND OBSERVATIONS

Lycium - Duke of Argyll’s Tea Tree. M. N. Sanford

Some Suffolk Butterflies, 25 July to 6 August 2005. A. Aston

Bryophytes in Suffolk 2005. R. Fisk

Silene catholica. M. N. Sanford