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Volume 20 (1984)


Part 1

 

A tour round the vice-counties of Suffolk – Mendel, H.
A survey of the distribution of deer in Suffolk – Cham, S.A.
Suffolk Lepidoptera in 1983 – Chipperfield, H.E.
The Suffolk butterfly survey 1983 – Mendel, H. & Piotrowski, S.H.
Notes on the Suffolk list of Coleoptera: 4. Scolytidae – Nash, D.R.
Aquatic Coleoptera new to Suffolk in Weston Fen – Foster, G.N.
Acalypterate Diptera from Suffolk in the Claude Morley collection: 1 Sciomyzidae – Withers, P.
Did aphids come to Suffolk from the Continent in 1982? – Heathcote, G.D.
Recent changes in the land use and ecology of the East Suffolk Sandlings – Armstrong, P.H.
The formation of sub-glacial buried channels in the lower Gipping valley – Mottram, H.B. & Huntley, S.L.
Some recent Suffolk plant records – Hyde, E.M. & Simpson, F.W.
Reptile and Amphibian survey – Jones, M.
Additional plant records from Landguard Common, 1983 – Copping, A.
Chickweed, Stellaria media - a source of viruses affecting crop plants – Heathcote, G.D.
Calamints in Suffolk - a request – Hyde, E.M.
The central North Sea-a possible breeding locality for the Common Porpoise-Phocoena phocoena Linnaeus – Quinn, P.
Notes and Observations: Suffolk Birds 1983 p. 9; Swimming squirrel p. 37; Horn-tails and lchneumonid parasites p. 39; Bird fleas p. 51; Rocky Mountain Sage p. 69; Norwegian wasp p. 75; Bird v. bat p. 96

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