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Volume 25 (1989)

Claude Morley and the Suffolk Naturalists’ Society – Simpson, F.W.
Great Glemham mammals in the 1920s – Cranbrook, Earl of
29 to Rails End – George, W.S.
What’s in a name? – Heathcote, G.D.
Focus on Eric Hosking, OBE – Martin, J.R.
Saproxylic beetles (Coleoptera) of the Icklingham Plains – Mendel, H.
Notes on the Suffolk list of Coleoptera: 5. Ischnodes sanguinicollis (Pz.) (Elateridae) in Suffolk – Nash, D.R.
Notes and comments on some Suffolk moths in 1988 – Watchman, A.
A lifetime with butterflies and moths – Eley, R.F.
Conserving the Barberry Carpet moth in Suffolk – Waring, P.
Testacella haliotidea and other slugs in an Ipswich garden – Parsons, E.
Where are Suffolk’s earwigs? – Milne-Redhead, E.
Some recent Suffolk plant records. (with drawings of Purple Viper's Bugloss, Wallflower and Verbena rigida) – Hyde, E.M. & Simpson, F.W.
The Botanical Society of the British Isles monitoring scheme in Suffolk, 1987-8 – Hyde, E.M.
The influence of farming practice on the survival and final extinction of Fingered Speedwell, Veronica triphyllos L., at Lakenheath – Trist, P.J.O.
Suffolk mosses and liverworts – Smith, A.C.
Lichenology in Suffolk – Hitch, C.J.B.
New records of fossil flowering plants from Suffolk – Pearson, H.L.
A relative relief map of Suffolk – Hoppitt, R.
The Upper Caenozoic sequence around the Long Row, Covehithe – Mottram, H.B.
Notes and Observations: Anting by Blackbird p. 92; Hedgehog activity p. 92; Breeding Bumble Bees p. 93; Frogs p. 93; lnesculation p. 94; Claude Morley p. 94; Birdseed aliens p. 94; Ferns on Coralline Crag p. 95; Hybrid oak p. 95; Old Ivy p. 95; A new Bramble p. 96; Abnormal Round-leaved Fluellen p. 96; Mullein Moth caterpillars and Thrush p. 96; A White Wagtail p. 97; Garden aliens p. 97; Emperor Moth eggs p. 98; Engine oil p. 98; Whale in the Stour p. 98; A toadstool in Ipswich p. 99

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