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Volume 33 (1997)


For the Record: The importance of natural historians and natural history societies in conservation – Bellamy, David
For the Record: Linking record collection with professional conservation – Porter, Keith
For the Record: Is ad hoc good enough? – Rich, Tim
For the Record: The amateur naturalist – is it a dying breed? – Marren, Peter
For the Record: Ammunition for conservation: Biodiversity, species and habitats – Eversham, Brian
For the Record: Naturalists and Conservation – the way forward – Cranbrook, Earl of
The Queen of Spain Fritillary Argynnis lathonia L. 1758 at Minsmere RSPB Reserve, Suffolk – Anderson, C. & Wilson, R.
Notes on the Camberwell Beauty at Minsmere, 19th August 1996 – Stewart, R.G.
The Golden Hoverfly, Callicera spinolae Rondani – an earlier first British occurrence from Suffolk – Aston, A.E.
Notes and comments on some Suffolk moths in 1996 – Hall, M.R.
Records of butterflies and moths at Brandon by Yorkshire naturalist J.W. Dunning (1833-1897) – Mendel, H. & Clarke, R.E.
Five-spot Burnet Moth Zygaena trifolii (Esper) in Suffolk – Mendel, H. & Macklin, R.N.
Some recent Suffolk plant records – Hyde, E.M. & Simpson, F.W.
Notes on some bryophytes recorded in Suffolk in 1996 – Fisk, R.J.
The development of tree communities at Staverton Park and The Thicks, Wantisden – Sibbett, N.E.
The channel gravels of the Dunwich and Minsmere cliff – Mottram, H.B.
Notes and Observations: Some beetle pests in old cottages; Butterflies at Framlingham July 28th-August 5th; Framlingham local moths in 1996; Observations on the breeding behaviour of Pike
Obituaries: Martin Ellis; Edgar Milne-Redhead;, Colin Smith; John Trist

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