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Volume 16 (1972–1975)

Part 1


The Suffolk Bird Report 1971 – Payn, W.H.
Minsmere Bird Reserve – Axell, H.E..
Dingle Bird Club - Ringing Report for 1971
A Review of Lepidoptera in the British Isles during 1971 – de Worms, C.G.M.
The White-Banded Carpet (Euphyia luctuata Schiff.) in West Suffolk – de Worms, C.G.M.
A Riverside Wood at Hadleigh. A Preliminary Survey – Dickinson, E.
The Beet Leaf Bug in East Anglia – Heathcote, G.D.
Plegaderus vulneratus Panz. (Histeridae)-A Species of Coleoptera recently discovered in Britain and now added to the Suffolk List – Nash, D.R.
A New Suffolk locality for the Snail Monacha cartusiana (Müller) – Bishop, M. & Bishop, S.
Notes and Observations: Basking Shark; Snails in Post-Glacial Peat; Glow-worms: Information needed; Fritillaria meleagris: A West Suffolk Colony; Two Fungi new to Suffolk

Part 2


Suffolk Dragonflies – Beaufoy, S.
Of Squirrels, Rooks, and Nuthatches – Green, E.C.
Glow-worms – Heathcote, G.D.
Suffolk Lepidoptera in 1972 – Chipperfield, H.E.
Some Records of Lepidoptera in Suffolk for 1972 – de Worms, C.G.M.
Notes and Observations: Fritillaria meleagris; Bats; Field Mice; Yellow-necked Mice; Squirrels; Roe Deer; Deer in Bradfields Wood Reserve; Mollusca of Redgrave and Lopham Fens; Mollusca at Blo Norton Fen

Part 3


The Suffolk Bird Report 1972 – Payn, W.H.
An Unidentified, Probably Hybrid, Gull at Minsmere – Axell, H.E.
Changes in the Status of Heath and Marshland Breeding Birds in the Walberswick Area, 1953-72 – Pearson, D.J.
The Numbers and Distribution of the Canada Goose in Suffolk, 1972 – Payn, W.H.
A Review of Lepidoptera in Britain during 1972 – de Worms, C.G.M.
Some Observations on the Flora of the Margins of the A12 – Plumb, W.J.
Notes and Observations: Alyssum alyssoides; Solanum rostratum in Suffolk; Carp (Cyprimys carpio), Mammals

Part 4


Norwich Crag at Covehithe, Suffolk – Long, P.E.
Rearing the Monarch Butterfly (Danaus plexippus) in Suffolk – Beaufoy, S.
Four Species of Coleoptera probably new to the Suffolk County List – Nash, D.R.
The Silvery Crocus Crocus biflorus Miller in Suffolk – Simpson, F.W.
The Silvery Crocus Crocus biflorus Miller in Britain – McClintock, D.
Lacewings – Heathcote, G.D.
The Campions – Kerr, N.R.
Freshwater Mussels at Campsea Ashe – Cranbrook, Earl of
Narcissus "Van Sion" at Monewden – Trist, P.J.O.
A Preliminary List of the Fauna of Staverton Park, Suffolk – Harding, P.T.
Notes and Observations: Grey Squirrels; Badger; A Whitefly; An Alien Earthworm; The Whepstead Fritillary; Natterjack Toad; May Lily; Blue Sow Thistle; Battarraea phalloides Pers

Part 5


The Suffolk Bird Report 1973 – Payn, W.H.
A Preliminary List of the Fauna of Staverton Park, Suffolk, Part 2 – Welch, R.C. & Harding, P.T.
Suffolk Lepidoptera in 1973 – Chipperfield, H.E.
Man Worked Bones from the Norwich Crag at Easton Bavents – Collings, H.D.
Barberry Carpet Moth. Third Report – Pierce, C.W.
Changes in the Lichen Flora of the Parish of Mendlesham, Suffolk, during the last Fifty Years – Coppins, B. & Lambley, P.W.
The Territories of Male Orange-Tip Butterflies near Southwold – Collings, H.D.
The Brambles of Suffolk – Edees, E.S.
The Alder Kitten, The Speckled Footman, and other Lepidoptera in Suffolk during 1973 – de Worms, C.G.M.
A Review of Lepidoptera in Britain for 1973 – de Worms, C.G.M.
Notes and Observations: Cnephasia genitalana A New Locality in Suffolk; The ‘Pin Mould’, Phycomyces nitens; Heron eating Freshwater Mussel; Freshwater Mussels in Sweffling; Otter, Coypu and Freshwater Mussels at Aldringham; The Red Squirrel; The Grey Squirrel

Part 6


The Striped Hawk and other Lepidoptera recorded in Suffolk during 1974 – de Worms, C.G.M.
The Suffolk Otter Survey – West, R.B.
Enicmus testaceus (S.) (Col. Latbridiidae) – Nash, D.R.
Dorcatoma chrysomelina Sturm. (Col. Anobiidae) re-discovered in Suffolk – Nash, D.R.
Barberry Carpet Moth. Fourth Report – Pierce, C.W.
Suffolk Lepidoptera, 1974 – Chipperfield, H.E.
A Preliminary List of the Fauna of Staverton Park, Suffolk, Part 3 – Harding, P.T.
Old Friends in New World – George, W.S.
A Beginner’s Excursion into Entomology – Plant, J.A.
Post Mortem Examination of Wild Mammals and Birds
Notes and Observations: A Moth new to Suffolk; Glow-worm; Environmental Records Centre

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