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Volume 32 (1996)


Wood for the Trees: Opening address – Cranbrook, Earl of
Wood for the Trees: History of woodland and wood-pasture – Rackham, Oliver
Wood for the Trees: The value of invertebrates as indicators of ancient woodland and especially pasture woodland – Alexander, Keith
Wood for the Trees: Woodland variation, now and in the future; every site is different – Kirby, Keith
Wood for the Trees: Mammals and the conservation management of woodlands – Morris, Pat
Wood for the Trees: Trees and conservation – Milner, J.E.
Ermine Stoats in Suffolk – Martin, J.R.
1995 – A record year for rare butterflies in Suffolk – Stewart, R.G.
Notes and comments on some Suffolk moths in 1995 – Hall, M.R.
Invasion of Dragonflies in 1995 – Mendel, H. & Marsh, M.G.
The Golden Hoverfly, Callicera spinolae Rondani – Aston, A.E.
Report on the breeding population of Bee-wolf wasps (Philanthus triangulum) at West Stow Country Park – Gregory, C.
Suffolk Robber Flies (Asilidae) – Hubbard, A.C.
Aquatic invertebrates in Suffolk – Chalkley, A.K.
Living on the boundary – Brown, A.
Some recent Suffolk plant records – Hyde, E.M. & Simpson, F.W.
A preliminary survey of the flora of Bamhamcross Common – Crewe, M.D.
Notes and Observations: Butterflies at Framlingham July 30th-August 5th; White-point Moth, Mythimna albipuncta D. & S., in 1995; Some infrequent Microlepidoptera; Ranatra linearis - in flight!; Yellow Archangel with variegated leaves, Lamiastrum galeobdolon ssp. argentatum.
Fungi and Slime Moulds in Suffolk: Supplement 3 – Ellis, M. & Ellis, P.

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