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Volume 14 (1968-1969)

Part 1


The Use of Heather Burning as a Management Technique for a Suffolk Heathland – Nicholson, P.
Records of Suffolk Cladoniae (Lichens) – Manning, S.A.
The Study of Wild Bees – Raccy, P.A.
A Preliminary Survey of the Coleoptera of Redgrave and Lopham Fens – Pope, R.D.
Moths of Redgrave and Lopham Fens – Pierce, C.W.
Brown Hares (Lepus europaeus) on Orford Beach, 1964-6 – White, D.A.
The Flora of Suffolk – Trist, P.J.O.
Suffolk Lepidoptera in 1967 – Chipperfield, H.E.
Needham Market Lepidoptera in 1967 – Pierce, C. W
Discovering the Past – Spencer, H.E.P.
Few Lichens Left – Willis, J.C.N.
Mr. A.C.C. Hervey
Notes and Observations: Yellow Necked Mouse; Long Tailed Field Mouse in Nest Box; A Passage of Weasels; Stoat carrying Mole; Nest Box Breeding Results; The Agate Slug; Crithmum Maritimum; ldentification of Plants; A Mass of Fungi; Xylaria Polymorpha

Part 2


Plant Galls – Heathcote, G.D.
A Review of Lepidoptera in Britain during 1967 – de Worms, C.G.M.
Notes on a Suffolk Starling Roost – Copping, R.J.
Former Suffolk Naturalists – Martin, D.J.
The Crag Elephant (Archidiskodon meridionalis) – Spencer, H.E.P.
Zanclognatha tarsicrinalis again in Suffolk and some Further County Records of Lepidoptera for 1967 – de Worms, C.G.M.
The Suffolk Bird Report for 1967 – Payn, W.H.
Notes and Observations: Pigmy Shrew; Bats from Suffolk Churches; Record Longevity of Daubenton’s Bat; Grey Squirrels; Sick Water Vole; Field Vole Swimming; Harvest Mouse Mites from Vole and Birds' Nests; Moles and Mole Drains; Sonchus maritimus; Suffolk Flora Record Cards

Part 3


Beer and Botany – Allan, M.
A Contribution to the Census of the Non-marine Mollusca of Suffolk – Biggs, H.E.J.
A Preliminary Survey of the Coleoptera of Redgrave and Lopham Fens – A Supplement – Pope, R.D.
Moths of Redgrave and Lopham Fens – Second Report – Pierce, C.W.
The Fighting Caterpillars of the Orange-Tip Butterfly – George, W.S.
Suffolk Lepidoptera in 1968 – Chipperfield, H.E.
The Marsh Moth (Hydrillula palustris, Hiibn.) in East Suffolk with notes on its range and occurrence in the British Isles – de Worms, C.G.M.
The Butterflies of Lopham and Redgrave Fens – Beaufoy, S.
Records of some Grasses in Suffolk 1968 – Trist, P.J.O.
The Rannoch Looper (Itame brunneata, Thunb.) and other records of Lepidoptera in Suffolk during 1968 – de Worms, C.G.M.
Visit to the West Suffolk Sites held by the County Trust for Nature Conservation – Trist, P.J.O.
Notes and Observations: Rapistrum perenne; Grey Squirrels in Chantry Park; Mole in House; Pigmy Shrew and Squirrels at Hartest; Common Seals in the Orwell; Woodpigeon eating Buttercup flowers; Robin feeding young Wrens; Fearless Wagtail; Kingfisher below the window; Wagtail's triple brood

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