Volume 48 December 2012
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CONFERENCE 2011 – LINKING LANDSCAPES – pathways to the Future?
Introduction Bob Stebbings, Joan Hardingham & Julian Roughton

A Living Landscape for Suffolk. Steve Aylward

Linking Landscapes—the farmer’s role. John Cousins

RSPB’s Futurescapes programme. Aidan Lonergan

Reconnecting the Wild. Richard Mabey

Making nature work for people. Chris Baines

Species-scape – how best can landscape scale activities save species from decline and extinction? Matt Shardlow

History of the countryside as a model for the future? Oliver Rackham

Questions and Answers All

Notes on unusual fish off the Suffolk coast: Atlantic Bonito Sarda sarda and Greater Weever Trachinus draco. J. R. Ellis

The discovery of Lesne’s Earwig in Holbrook Bay including an assessment of the importance of the Shotley peninsula for Dermaptera and Orthoptera. T. Gardiner

Hymenoptera Recorder’s report 2012. A. Knowles

Freshwater Invertebrate Recorder’s Report. A. Chalkley

Odonata recording in Suffolk during 2011. A. Parr

Spider Recorder’s Report 2012. P. Lee

Notes on the Suffolk list of Coleoptera: 16. Fifteen further species new to the list together with some recent interesting records. D. R. Nash

Comments and notes on some Suffolk moths in 2011. A. W. Prichard

2011 Butterfly Report. R. Parker

Butterflies visiting nectar sources in an Ipswich garden. R. G. Stewart

The Suffolk Geocoast – The London Clay of Nacton and Harkstead shores. R. Dixon

The value of temporary sections: Gravels at Rushford, Suffolk. R. West & R. Williams

Some interesting plant records from herbaria. M. N. Sanford

Bryophytes in Suffolk, 2011. R. Fisk

Fungi recording in Suffolk. N. Mahler