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Volume 27 (1991)

Natural History Societies – are they in need of conservation, and is the conservation movement in need of them? – Martin, J.R.
Sika deer – new to Suffolk, 1988 – Naunton, C.R.
Suffolk's first Striped Dolphin, Stenella coeruleoalba (Meyen) and second Fin Whale, Balaenoptera physalus (Linnaeus). Mendel, H. & Lampard, D.J.
Notes and comments on some Suffolk moths in 1990 – Hall, M.R.
The Hoverflies (Syrphidae) of Bromeswell Green nature reserve – Hubbard, A.C.
A Record of Brachychaeteuma bradeae and some other millipedes new to Suffolk – Lee, Paul
The first recorded occurrence of the harvestman, Nelima gothica Lohmander in East Anglia – Lee, Paul
Some recent Suffolk plant records – Hyde, E.M. & Simpson, F.W.
Stinking Goosefoot at Landguard Point – Crewe, M.D.
Further notes on the Brambles of Suffolk – Bull, A.L.
Anabaena, A toxic blue-green alga contaminating lakes in East Anglia – Heathcote, G.D.
Blood Hill, Bramford – Mottram, H.B.
Notes and Observations: Grey Heron and Stoat in ermine; species of Knotgrass; An aberrant Small Tortoiseshell; Morchella elata
The Suffolk estuaries – Beardall, Charles
Anglers are naturalists – Rickards, R.B.
Wildlife conservation and angling – conflict or integration – Maitland, P.S.
Otters in East Anglia – Jessop, Rowena
Fungi and Slime Moulds in Suffolk: Supplement 1 – Ellis, M. & Ellis, P.

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