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Volume 13 (1965–1967)


Part 1

 

Flora of the Coralline and Red Crags of East Suffolk – Simpson, F.W.
Crayfish in Suffolk Rivers – Davies, A.W.
Notes on a Foraging Group of Serotine Bats – Cranbrook, Earl of
Noctule Bats Feeding on Summer Chafers – White, D.A.
An Albino Ramshorn Snail – Eden, E.
The Coming of the Lizard Orchid to the Breck – Rutterford, M.G.
Fenlands-A Lecture – Bingley, F.J.
And Suddenly They’re Here – George, W.S.
Collecting in Suffolk, July 1964 – de Worms, C.G.M.
Some Further Records of Suffolk Lepidoptera for 1964 – de Worms, C.G.M.
The Scarce Black Arches in Suffolk – de Worms, C.G.M.
Movement of White Butterflies – Beaufoy, S.
The Angle-Striped Sallow Moth and other Lepidoptera in Suffolk during 1964 – Aston, A.E.
Suffolk Lepidoptera in 1964 – Chipperfield, H.E.
Notes and Observations: Serotine Bats; Noctule Bats; Barbastelle Bat; Further Notes on a Stoat; Stoat Swimming; Yellow-necked Mouse; Water Vole; Tape Worm of Duck; Polyporus squamosus; Solanum triflorum; A Tame Cuckoo; More Nest-box Breeding Results; Butterflies Migrating; Arcyria incarnate

Part 2

 

The Distribution of some rare Breckland Spiders – Duffey, E.A.G.
Resume of Weather for the Ipswich Area-1964 – Burnell, S.J.
Squirrel Survey 1963-1964 – Cranbrook, Earl of & Payn, W.H.
The Stag Beetle – Clark, J.M.
Mammal Society’s National Distribution Scheme – Cranbrook, Earl of
A Review of British Lepidoptera for 1964 – de Worms, C.G.M.
Lepidoptera at Easton Bavents – Bull, A.L.
Lepidoptera near Woodbridge in 1964 – Pease, H.
Beccabunga – Willis, J.C.N. & Whiting, M.M.
Book Review – Martin, D.J.
East-Anglian Geology Honoured
The Suffolk Bird Report for 1964 – Payn, W.H.
Notes and Observations: Common Seal; Grey Seal; Shrews and Water-voles; Winter Occupation of Nest-Boxes; The Stilt; An Immigration of Butterflies; Mites from Water-vole; A Correction

Part 3

 

The Breck Fens – Haslam, S.M.
The Eyes of the Flies – George, W.S.
Neglect of Echolocation by a Noctule Bat feeding in captivity – Cranbrook, Earl of
Resume of Weather for Ipswich Area, April to September, 1965 – Burnell, S.J.
New Mammalian Fossils from Red Crag – Spencer, H.E.P.
Some Breckland Fungi – Heathcote, G.D.
Additions to the Suffolk Microlepidoptera – Aston, A.E.
Zanclognatha tarsicrinalis in Suffolk A Noctuid new to the British Isles – de Worms, C.G.M.
The Speckled Footman, taken in Suffolk and its present status in the British Isles – de Worms, C.G.M.
Some Suffolk Lepidoptera Records for 1965 – de Worms, C.G.M.
Suffolk Lepidoptera, 1965 – Chipperfield, H.E.
Lepidoptera at Weston, 1965 – Aston, A.E.
Book Review – Willis, J.C.N.W.
Notes and Observations: Water Shrew; Noctule eaten by Owl; Recapture of Ringed Noctule; Tree-climbing Stoats; Weasel and Blackbirds; Party of Weasels; Large Badger; Red Squirrels; Occupants of Nest-Boxes; Silver-striped Hawk-moths

Part 4

 

A Contribution to the Geological History of Suffolk. Part 1 – Spencer, H.E.P.
A Review of Lepidoptera in Great Britain during 1965 – de Worms, C.G.M.
Fritillaria meleagris – Willis, J.C.N.
Weather Notes for Ipswich Area-1965-66 – Burnell, S.J.
Book Review – Willis, J.C.N.
Publication Received – Willis, J.C.N.
The Suffolk Bird Report for 1965 – Payn, W.H.
The Great Fall of Migrants - A Special Report – Axell, H. E & Pearson, D.J.
Notes and Observations: Serotine Bat at Leiston; Pigmy Shrew in House; Grey Squirrel in north-east Suffolk; Mammal Society’s National Distribution Scheme; Analysis of Eggs; Some Recent Geological Finds; Some Breck Flora; The Thorn Apple; Film and Slide Projector

Part 5

 

Some Larval Trematodes in the Freshwater Fauna of the Flatford Mill Area – Bradley, D.J.
Preliminary Survey of Mammals at Lopham and Redgrave Fens – Fielding, D.
The Flora of a Manorial Pasture – Trist, P.J.O.
A Contribution to the Geological History of Suffolk (Part 2) – Spencer, H.E.P.
A Review of Lepidoptera Collecting in Suffolk during 1966 – de Worms, C.G.M.
Suffolk Lepidoptera, 1966 – Chipperfield, H.E.
The Concolorous Wainscot (Arenostola extrema, Hubner) A Noctuid New to Suffolk: A brief review of its status in the British Isles – de Worms, C.G.M.
The Gold Spangle (Plusia bractea Fabr.) A Noctuid Moth New to Suffolk: A note on its recent extension of range in the British Isles – de Worms, C.G.M.
A Note on Suffolk Lichens – Hawksworth, D.C.
The Common Star of Bethlehem, Dove’s Dung (Ornithogalum umbellatum) – Willis, J.C.N.
Weather Notes for Ipswich Area - April to September, 1966 – Burnell, S.J.
Coralline Crag at Aldeburgh Brickyard
A Visit to Rosehill, Farnham, Suffolk – Simpson, F.W.
Book Reviews – Martin, D.J. & Willis, J.C.N.W.
Notes and Observations: White House Martins; Avian Affairs at Benacre Broad; Some Observations on the Feeding of Frogs; Nest Box Breeding Results; Stag Beetle; Mr. P.J. 0. Trist; Thorn Apple; Psoralea Americana; Weaning Date of Serotine Bats; Long-eared Bat; Red Squirrels; Grey Squirrels; Badgers Path Obstructed, Cercidiphyllum Spenceri

Part 6

 

Some Aspects of Nature Conservation in Suffolk – Simpson, F.W.
The Nature Conservancy – George, M.
A Contribution to the Geological History of Suffolk (Part 3) – Spencer, H.E.P.
A Note on the Interglacial Deposit at Bobbitshole, near Ipswich – Sparks, B.W. & West, R.G.
Suffolk Naturalists’ Society Deer Survey – Cranbrook, Earl of & Payn, W.H.
Agnes – Purser, G.L.
A Review of British Lepidoptera for 1966 – de Worms, C.G.M.
A Survey of the Syrphidae (Hover-Flies) of Redgrave and South Lopham Fens – George, W.S.
Resume of Weather for Ipswich Area-October, 1966 to March, 1967 – Burnell, S.J.
Former Suffolk Naturalists – Martin, D.J.
Book Reviews – Martin, D.J. & Willis, J.C.N.W.
The Suffolk Bird Report for 1966 – Payn, W.H.
Notes and Observations: Long Eared Bat; Pipistrelle Bats in Snape Church; Speed of Hare; Red and Grey Squirrels; Food of Water Vole; Harvest Mouse; Roe Deer; Fallow Deer; Muntjac Deer; Sonchus maritimus

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