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Volume 6 (1946–1948)


Part 1 (1946)

 

Semiothisa brunneata, a Scots Moth New to Suffolk – Waller, A.P.
The Diptera of Suffolk: Families Thaumaleidae, Anisopodidae, Psychodidae and Culicidae – Morley, C.
Suffolk Naturalists a Century ago – Morley, C.
Collecting Macro-Lepidoptera in North-east Suffolk – Worms, C.G.
The Ascomycetes (Fungi) of Suffolk. Mayfield, A.
British Distribution of Phygadeuon (Ichneumonidae), with Description of Some Species New to Science – Morley, C.
News for Naturalists
Observations
 

Part 2 (1947)

 

The Avocet again Nests in Suffolk – Anon.
Orthoptera of Suffolk Revised – Anon.
Physical Aspects of Suffolk, ii: A Thousand Years Ago – Morley, C.
The Diptera of Suffolk: Families vii Chironomidae to xii Pulicidae – Morley, C.
An Old Suffolk Naturalist: G.P. Hope – Waller & Hope
Suffolk Mould- and Smut- Fungi – Mayfield, A.
Captain Chawner and Phoberia lunaris – Chawner, E.F.
News for Naturalists
Observations
 

Part 3 (1948)

 

On Bats in West Suffolk – Gilbert, O.
The Diptera of Suffolk: Families xiii Mycetophilidae and xiv Cecidomyidae – Morley, C.
Names of Suffolk Naturalists, 1400-1900 – Morley, C.
On a Marine Aquarium – Collings, D.W.
The Basidiomycetes of Suffolk – Mayfield, A.
News for Naturalists
Observations

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