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Volume 18 (1979–1982)


Part 1

 

The Suffolk Bird Report 1978 – Moore, D.R.
Observations at Suffolk Starling Roosts – Copping, R.J.
Fifty years of ornithology in Suffolk – Payn, W.H.
Suffolk botany, 1929-1979 – Simpson, F.W.
A review of some butterflies and moths in Suffolk during the past fifty years – de Worms, C.G.M.
Recollections of a Suffolk Naturalist in the early days of the Society – Wiltshire, E.P.
Some Suffolk plant records 1977-1978 – Hyde, E.M. & Hyde, M.A.
Tulipa sylvestris L. in Suffolk v.c.25 – Trist, P.J.O.
Some former sites of Tulipa sylvestris L in Suffolk – Simpson, F.W.
The harvest mouse in Suffolk in 1978 – Naunton, C.R.
Notes on the Suffolk list of Coleoptera: 1 Carabidae, a supplement – Nash, D.R.
Additions to and comments on the Suffolk list of Anobiidae (Coleoptera) – Mendel, H.
Suffolk Lepidoptera in 1978 – Chipperfield, H.E.
Soils of Redgrave and Lopham Fens – Price, J.R.
Notes and Observations: Stag beetles; Papaver atlanticum (Ball) Cosson; Morley collection

Part 2

 

A review of Suffolk ornithology in 1979 – Moore, D.R.
The George Brownlow Benson collection of bird study skins. (with a footnote by D.R. Moore) – Sawford, B.R.
Suffolk Lepidoptera in 1979 – Chipperfield, H.E.
Moths recorded at Wissett, nr. Halesworth in 1979 – Antram, F.B.S.
Notes on the Suffolk list of Coleoptera: 2 Lathridiidae – Nash, D.R.
Notes on Suffolk Carabidae (Coleoptera) including two species new to the county list – Mendel, H.
Were we invaded by greenfly? – Heathcote, G.D.
An under-recorded millipede from Suffolk – Milne-Redhead, E.
The study of spiders and some recent records of interesting spiders found in Suffolk – Thornhill, W.A.
A predator defence in Onychiurus armatus (Tuilb.) (Collembola: Onychiuridae) – Brown, R.A.
Some recent Suffolk plant records – Hyde, E.M., Hyde, M.A. & Simpson, F.W.
Oenanthe pimpinelloides L. in Suffolk – Hyde, E.M.
Notes on Oenanthe pimpinelloides L. and O. lachenalii C.C. Gmel – Simpson, F.W.
The shingle foreshore lagoon system of Shingle Street – Barnes, R.S.K. & Heath, S.E.
Notes and Observations: Butterflies; Otter; Snakes; Wild tulip; Colombian beetle; Purchase of back numbers of the Transactions; Errata

Part 3

 

Natural history societies and the future – Kerr, N.R.
A brief review of Suffolk ornithology in 1980 – Moore, D.R.
Suffolk Lepidoptera in 1980 – Chipperfield, H.E.
Some Lepidoptera recorded from Suffolk Trust for Nature Conservation reserves during 1980 – Watchman, A.
Stigmella tiliae (Frey), a nepticulid moth new to the county list – Manning, S.A.
Long term monitoring of the moth populations at Broom’s Barn – Woiwod, I.P.
Notes on the Suffolk list of Coleoptera 3: Cucujidae and Silvanidae – Nash, D.R.
The spiders of Suffolk – Russell-Smith, A.
A review of Suffolk pseudoscorpions (With an original drawing by W.A. Thomhill) – Mendel, H.
Some recent Suffolk plant records – Hyde, E.M., Hyde, M.A. & Simpson, F.W.
Nineteenth century Rubus specimens from Suffolk – Green, C.A.
The brambles of Suffolk: further notes – Bull, A.L.
A brief review of the botany of Shingle Street, Suffolk – Heath, S.E.
A plant-bearing horizon in the lcenian Crag of Easton Bavents and Covehithe – Cambridge, P.
Early man in the Antian Crag at Easton Bavents, Suffolk – Collings, H.D.
Notes and Observations: White-letter hairstreak butterfly; Reed dagger moth; Hornets; Great warty newt; Luminescent wood; Vicia hybrid

Part 4

 

A brief review of Suffolk ornithology in 1981 – Moore, D.R.
The increase and feeding habits of herring and lesser black-backed gulls at Orfordness, Suffolk – Thomas, G.J., Partridge, J., Wolstenholme, R.S., Richards, P., Everett, M.J. & Cadbury, C.J.
Suffolk Lepidoptera in 1981 – Chipperfield, H.E.
Suffolk Orthoptera – Maybury, G.W.
Notes on some Suffolk sawflies – Milne-Redhead, E.
A few more records of Pseudoscorpions including a species new to Suffolk – Mendel, H.
A woodlouse new to East Anglia – Irwin, A.G.
Some Suffolk plant records 1980-81 – Hyde, E.M., Hyde, M.A. & Simpson, F.W.
An introductory note on the native Roses of Suffolk – Vaughan, I.M.
The Huntingfield oak – Simpson, F.W.
Old Ipswich gardens – Simpson, F.W.
Notes on the high-level (?marine), late Anglian Woolpit Beds, Suffolk – Bristow, C.R. & Gregory, D.M.
Notes and Observations: Marine mammals; Weasel v. water vole; Stoats in ermine; Noctule bat in owl pellet; Blackbird v. Bat; Unusual spindle; The Ray Society; The Wildlife Sound Recording Society

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