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Volume 4 (1938–1941)


 

Part 1 (1938)

 

On the Acquisition of Fritillary Field – Morley. C.
The Mollusca of Suffolk – Anon
Recent Birds Round Lowestoft – Cook. F.C.
The Actiniaria (Sea-Anemones) of Suffolk – Collings, D.W.
The Crustacea of Suffolk: Part ii. Oniscoidea or Woodlice – Taylor, E.
The Lepidoptera of Suffolk: Addenda et Corrigenda – Morley, C.
A Trip to British Guiana – Richards, O.W.
England's Inexactitude. A Letter – Anon
News for Naturalists
Observations

 

Part 2 (1939)

 

Our present issue – Morley, C.
The Way of the World – Anon
The Coelomycetes of Suffolk (Fungi) – Mayfield, A.
News for Naturalists
Observations

 

Part 3 (1940)

 

Our Members – Morley, C.
On the Habits of the Black-backed Shrike – Bird, G.
Lepidoptera of Suffolk: Addenda et Corrigenda – Morley, C.
The Arachnida of Suffolk – Bristowe, W.S.
News for Naturalists
Observations

 

Part 4 (1941)

 

The Blister Beetle bred in Suffolk – Platten, E.W.
An Old Suffolk Naturalist: Mr. Singleton Smith – Goddard, J.
The Thunder Storm – Anon.
The Worms of Suffolk: Preliminary List – Anon.
News for Naturalists
Observations

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