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Volume 48 (2012)


Linking Landscapes: Introduction – Stebbings, Bob, Hardingham, Joan& Roughton, Julian
Linking Landscapes: A Living Landscape for Suffolk – Aylward, Steve
Linking Landscapes: the farmer’s role – Cousins, John
Linking Landscapes: RSPB’s Futurescapes programme – Lonergan, Aidan
Linking Landscapes: Reconnecting the Wild – Mabey, Richard
Linking Landscapes: Making nature work for people – Baines, Chris
Linking Landscapes: Species-scape – how best can landscape scale activities save species from decline and extinction? – Shardlow, Matt
Linking Landscapes: History of the countryside as a model for the future? – Rackham, Oliver
Linking Landscapes: Questions and Answers
Notes on unusual fish off the Suffolk coast: Atlantic Bonito Sarda sarda and Greater Weever Trachinus draco – Ellis, J.R.
The discovery of Lesne’s Earwig in Holbrook Bay including an assessment of the importance of the Shotley peninsula for Dermaptera and Orthoptera – Gardiner, T.
Hymenoptera Recorder’s report 2012 – Knowles, A.
Freshwater Invertebrate Recorder’s Report – Chalkley, A.
Odonata recording in Suffolk during 2011 – Parr, A.
Spider Recorder’s Report 2012 – Lee, P.
Notes on the Suffolk list of Coleoptera: 16. Fifteen further species new to the list together with some recent interesting records – Nash, D.R.
Comments and notes on some Suffolk moths in 2011 – Prichard, A.W.
2011 Butterfly Report – Parker, R.
Butterflies visiting nectar sources in an Ipswich garden – Stewart, R.G.
The Suffolk Geocoast – The London Clay of Nacton and Harkstead shores – Dixon, R.
The value of temporary sections: Gravels at Rushford, Suffolk – R. West & R. Williams
Notes and Observations: Some interesting plant records from herbaria – Sanford, M.N.
Notes and Observations: Bryophytes in Suffolk, 2011 – Fisk, R.
Notes and Observations: Fungi recording in Suffolk – Mahler, N.

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