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Volume 21 (1985)


A tribute and notes on some Suffolk moths – Watchman, A.
Suffolk butterflies, 1984 – Mendel, H. & Piotrowski, S.H.
A ‘new’ aphid is causing severe damage to lupins in East Anglia – Heathcote, G.D.
Records of Scuttle Flies (Diptera: Phoridae) from Flatford Mill, including two species new to Britain – Disney, R.H.L.
The distribution of the Great Raft Spider, Dolomedes plantarius, on Redgrave and Lopham Fens – Thornhill, W.A.
The Diptera of Redgrave and Lopham Fens – Withers, P.
The survival of aphids during a severe winter – Heathcote, G.D.
A review of Suffolk ornithology-1984 – Warren, R.B.
Some recent Suffolk plant records – Hyde, E.M. & Simpson, F.W.
Further plant records from Landguard Common, 1984 – Copping, A.
The Lizard Orchid (Himantoglossum hircinum) at Lakenheath-a history of happenings since 1974 – Rutterford, M.G.
The Black Poplars of Exning – Easy, G.M.S.
Seaweed communities on the artificial coastline of south eastern England. 1. Reclaimed saline wetland and estuaries – Tittley, I.
The heaths of south-west Suffolk – Chatters, C.
Notes and Observations: The Suffolk Barn Owl enquiry p. 9; Plants growing on old walls p. 12; Rare Breckland plants p. 17; A Speedwell at Barton and the Roman Tulip p. 22; Fungi p 35; Forsythia p. 44; Unusual fungus from Brightwell p. 64
The occurrence of the Marsh Moth Athetis palustris in Suffolk p. 72 – Barnett, R.J.

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