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Volume 8 (1952–1953)


Part 1 (1952)

 

The Coypu, Myocastor coypus Molina – Trist, P.J.O.
Changes in the Bird Population of Suffolk, 1900-1950 – Hervey, A.C.C.
Plant Records and Additions and Corrections to the Flora of Suffolk – Simpson, F.W.
The Key to Suffolk Geology – Spencer, H.E.P.
Frost Cracks – Trist, P.J.O.
Suffolk Lumbricidae – Grant, H.C.
Notes on rearing Lepidoptera, 1952 – Beaufoy, S.
Further Observations on the Life and Habits of the Field Digger Wasp, Mellinus arvensis, Linn. – Boreham, H.J.
Collecting Lepidoptera in the Eastern Counties: Some reminiscences – de Worms, C.G.
Weather in 1952 – Wilson, R.R.
Notes and Observations

 

Part 2 (1952)

 

Bobbitt's Hole, Belstead: interim report – Spencer, H.E.P.
Red Crag at Shelley – Engleheart, F.H.A.
The Study of Interglacial Deposits in Suffolk – West, R.G.
A Note on Fossil Water-Ferns in Suffolk – West, R.G.
Observations on the twenty plants listed in the 1952 Botanical Circular – Simpson, F.W.
Ecology at Minsmere – Trist, P.J.O.
Worms Schistocephalus solidus – Morley, C. et al.
Notes on British Lepidoptera for 1952 – de Worms, C.G.
Lepidoptera notes for 1952 – Burton, J. & Burton, G.J.
Further notes on rearing Lepidoptera, 1952 – Beaufoy, S.
Autumn Notes, 1952 – Waller, A.P.
The Holly Blue, Celastrina (Cyaniris) Argiolus – Goldsmith, E.T.
Mammals – Cranbrook, Lord
Bird Report for 1952 – Westall, P.R.
The Birds of South-West Suffolk – Payn. W.H.
Tree Preservation, Nature Reserves and the Law, Lecture precis – Oxenbury, T.B.
Weather, September 1952-March 1963 – Wilson, R.R.
Notes and Observations

 

Part 3 (1953)

 

Suffolk Badgers – Cranbrook, Lord
Mammals on Havergate Island after the Flood – Brownlow, H.G.
Royal Fish – Cranbrook, Lord
List from collection of C. Morley: Diptera, Trypetidae – Morley, C.
Further Observations on the Life and Habits of the Field Digger Wasp, Mellinus arvensis – Boreham, H.J.
Reprint of C. Morley's Butterflies becoming extinct, 1920 – Morley, C.
Notes on C. Morley's Butterflies becoming extinct, – Beaufoy, S.
Notes on Rearing Lepidoptera, 1953 – Beaufoy, S.
The Purple Emperor in Suffolk – Beaufoy, S.
Some insects that seem to be increasing in the County – Waller, A.P.
Suffolk Notes on Entomology – Chipperfield, H.E. and Burton, P.J.
Haden compacta fabricius: a noctuid moth new to Suffolk – Aston, A.E.
New and interesting plants in Suffolk recorded by W.A. Dutt (1870-1939) – Simpson, F.W.
Salt-tolerant flora on the Suffolk marshes – Trist, P.J.O.
Lichens – Willis, J.C.N.
The Crag Mammalia – Spencer, H.E.P.
Fossil Voles – Cranbrook, Lord
Stratigraphy and Fauna of the Easton Bavents Cliff Sections – Larwood, G.P. & Martin, A.J.
Notes on the Quaternary Deposits at Hoxne – West, R.G.
Notes and Observations

 

Part 4 (1953)

 

A review of British Macro-Lepidoptera for 1953 – de Worms, C.G.
The White-mouthed Digger-Wasp, Coelocrabro leucostomus Linn., some observations on its life and habits – Boreham, H.J.
Mouse Research in Suffolk – Crowcroft, W.P.
Notes and Additions to Flora of Suffolk – Simpson, F.W.
The Broom Hill Gravel, Creeting St. Mary – Spencer, H.E.P.
The New Telephone Exchange, Ipswich – Spencer, H.E.P.
Soil activity and the absence of Earthworms on Foxhall Heath – Quantrill, A.E.M.
The distribution of Gorse and Broom on Foxhall Heath – Quantrill, A.E.M.
Suffolk Bird Report for 1953 – Westall, P.R.
Notes and Observations

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