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Volume 42 (2006)

Some Like it Hot: Is wildlife revealing climate change? – Tabor, R.
Some Like it Hot: Phenology in a changing climate – Sparks, T., Croxton, P. & Collinson, N.
Some Like it Hot: Climate change and breeding birds – Crick, H.Q.P.
Some Like it Hot: Adaptation strategies – Gibson, C.
Some Like it Hot: Butterfly futures – Parker, R.
The Brown Hare population at Orford Ness in June 2005 and 2006 – Warrington, S. & Cormack, D.
Green/Water Frogs in Suffolk – Baker, J. & Norton, R.
Occurrence of exotic fishes in East Anglian waters: Porcupinefish Diodon histrix and Piranha Pygocentrus sp – Ellis, J.R.
The occurrence of Mantis Shrimp Rissoides desmaresti (Crustacea: Stomatopoda) off the Suffolk coast – Ellis, J.R., Warr, K., Cooper, K. & de Boois, I.J.
Records of the introduced amphipod Grandidierella japonica Stephensen 1938 (Crustacea: Amphipoda: Gammaridea: Aoridae) from the Orwell Estuary, Suffolk – Ashelby, C.
Population fluctuations in Gorse Mites – Kirby, E.J.M.
Freshwater Invertebrate Recorder’s annual Report 2005 – Chalkley, A.
Aculeate Hymenoptera Recorder’s Report for 2005 – Knowles, A.
Spider Recorder’s annual Report 2005 – Lee, P.
Suffolk Dragonflies 2005 – Morris, K.
Four species of Hemiptera new to Suffolk – Cuming, N.
Comments and notes on some Suffolk moths in 2005 – Prichard, A.W.
2005 Butterfly Report – Parker, R.
Recording Butterflies in an Ipswich garden 1996-2005 – Stewart, R.G.
Plant recording in 2005 – Sanford, M.N.
Sutton Knoll – Dixon, R.
Notes and Observations: Lycium – Duke of Argyll’s Tea Tree – Sanford, M.N.
Notes and Observations: Some Suffolk Butterflies, 25 July to 6 August 2005 – Aston, A.
Notes and Observations: Bryophytes in Suffolk 2005 – Fisk, R.
Notes and Observations: Silene catholica – Sanford, M.N.

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