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Volume 24 (1988)

A whale in the River Stour – Mendel, H.
The current status of Nightjar, Stone Curlew and Woodlark in the Suffolk Brecks – Moore, D.R.
Unusual perching behaviour by Tawny Owls – Martin, J.R.
Hobby taking Migrant Hawker Dragonflies – Piotrowski, S.H.
A survey of the Reptilia and Amphibia of Suffolk – Jones, M.
Comments and notes on some Suffolk moths in 1987 – Watchman, A.
Suffolk dragonflies – Mendel, H.
Ants, aphids and Black Currants – Parsons, E.
A defence mechanism of aphids: can we turn it against them? – Heathcote, G.D.
Monochamus sutor (L) (Col. Cerambycidae) a foreign longhorn beetle – Gibbons, N.
The centipede, Scutigera coleoptrata (Linn), a new record for Suffolk – Beaumont, A. & Went, S.
The vegetation of Shingle Street, Suffolk in relation to its environment – Randall, R.E.
Some recent Suffolk plant records – Hyde, E.M. & Simpson, F.W.
Additions and corrections made by Rev W.M. Hind to his Flora of Suffolk – Simpson, F.W.
A new Bramble for Suffolk – Bull, A.L.
The Leopard Marsh Orchid – Sanford, M.N.
An uncommon hybrid orchid, Dactylorhiza × transiens. – Milne-Redhead, E.
New records of fossil conifers from Suffolk – Pearson, H.L.
Norwich Crag at Hill Farm pits, Wangford – Mottram, H.B.
The gale of October, 1987 – Heathcote, G.D.
Notes and Observations: A Suffolk Bedstraw p. 98; Hen & chickens' daisy p. 98; Garden plants on Wortham Common p. 97; Strange flight of Pheasant p. 97; An Arum Lily introduction p. 97; Fungi in an Ipswich garden p. 98; Grass Snake at West Stow p. 99; An unusual gall p. 100; Stoat in ermine p. 99; Bird-seed aliens p. 101; An interesting moss p. 101; Cuckoos and larvae of the Ground Lackey Moth p. 102

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