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Volume 9 (1954–1956)


Part 1 (1954)

 

The Chalkhill Blue, Lysandra coridon Poda – Beaufoy, S.
Notes on Rearing Lepidoptera, 1954 – Beaufoy, S.
Lulworth Skipper – Beaufoy, S.
Small Pearl-Bordered Fritillary – Beaufoy, S.
Coccinellidae: Lady Birds – Boreham, H.J.
Hadena compta Schiff., Cucullia absinthii L., and other Captures on Suffolk Coast in 1954 – Richardson, A.
Frosted Yellow – Goldsmith, E.T.
A Rare Pyralid, Pyrausta nubilalis Hubn. – Waller, A.P.
Moths at Light in 1954 – Waller, A.P.
Notes on Lepidoptera, 1954 – Chipperfield, H.E.
The Diptera of Suffolk (continued) – Edited by Aston, A.E.
Notes on the chest-spot on the Long-tailed Field Mouse – Cranbrook, Earl of
Young Field Voles from Birth to Weaning – Cranbrook, Earl of
Blythburgh Marshes – Trist, P.J.O.
Sea Club Rush – Ward, T.B. & Trist, P.J.O.
Doubtful, Extinct and Uncommon Flora in Suffolk – Simpson, F.W.
Changes in Bird Population of Suffolk, 1900-1950, Pt. II – Hervey, A.C.C.
Fossil Voles – Cranbrook, Earl of
Weather Report, April 1953 – June 1954 – Wilson, R.R.
Notes and Observations

Spathius exarator; Large Wainscot in Suffolk; Large Thorn in Suffolk; Collecting Beetles; Male Green Arches Pseudoscorpiones; Primula vulgaris; Doronicum pardalianches; Saxifraga granulata; Geranium phaeum; Potentilia recta; Silver or Pendent Lime; Common Mallow; Fem Propagation; Bank Vole Badger; Harvest Mouse; Coypu in West Suffolk; Coypu at Blythburgh; Records of Mymomys; Sub-littoral Fauna of Felixstowe Bay; Domestic Cat and Catmint; Cats, Raspberry and Rice-grass; Notes
 

 

Part 2 (1955)

A review of British Lepidoptera for 1954 – de Worms, C.G.M.
Notes on some Lepidoptera mainly associated with the Eastern Counties – de Worms, C.G.M.
Notes on Rearing Lepidoptera – Beaufoy, S. (p. 106)
Entomological Problems – Beaufoy, S.
Some observations on the Life and Habits of the Solitary Bee – Boreham, H.J.
White-Mouthed Digger Wasp – Boreham, H.J.
Two Rannies – Downing, P.
Mollusca of Bobbit’s Hole Inter-Glacial Beds, Ipswich – Davis, A.G.
An account of the Geology of the Bungay District – Funnell, B.M.
The Weather – Boreham, H.J.
Weather Report, July 1954 – March 1955 – Wilson, R.R.
Suffolk Birds Report for 1954 – Cobb, F.K.
Bird Ringing at Walberswick
Visible Migration in the Lowestoft area
Some observations on the Breeding behaviour of Mistle Thrushes
Notes and Observations

Water Shrew Feeding; Badger; A Late Leveret; Seasonal Migration of Hares; Red Squirrel; Yellow-necked Mouse;  Albino Rats; Field Vole; Coypu; Trematodes; Sarnoucile's Entomological Cabinet; Wryneck Survey; The Bullfinch;  Corvus Mendax; Medicago minima; Potentilla argentea;  Mosses and Liverworts; Notes

 

Part 3 (1956)

Myxomatosis in East Suffolk – Haslam, I. & Newell, N.W.
The Suffolk Crag – Baden-Powell, D.F.W.
The Suffolk Crag – Baden-Powell, D.F.W. (from page 8)
Little Cornard Brick Pits – Engleheart, F.H.A.
Notes on the Geology around Ingham – Funnell, B.M.
Notes on Collecting in Suffolk in 1955 – Chipperfield, H.E. and Waller, A.P.
A note on the breeding of the White-Banded Carpet – Chipperfield, H.E.
Notes on a collecting trip in the Eastern Counties, 1955 – de Worms, C.G.M.
A Few Days in Suffolk, 1955 – de Worms, C.G.M.
Some Interesting Captures – de Worms, C.G.M
Notes on Rearing Lepidoptera – Beaufoy, S.
Observations – Beaufoy, S.
Some observations on the Life and Habits of the Common Digger Wasp – Boreham, H.J.
Some observations on the Life and Habits of the Silver Spring Digger Wasp – Boreham, H.J.
Uncommon Flora of Suffolk – Simpson, F.W.
Lower Abbey Farm Marsh – Mitchell, N.S.P.
Ferns in Suffolk – Beaufoy, A.
Sand Covert Marshes, Blythburgh – Trist, P.J.O.
Notes from the New Forest – Burton, P.J.
Notes on the Behaviour of Great Black-backed Gulls – Cobb, F.K.
Weather Report, March-September 1955 – Wilson, R.R.
Notes and Observations

Suffolk Natural History Club, 1855; Cuscuta epithymum; Verbascum thapsiforme; Ratweed; Hawthorn Webber; Wheat Fen; Dactylis glomerata; Fem Propagation; Scots Pine Seedlings; Scirpus maritimus; Fasciation in Spear Thistle; Fasciated Flowers; Devil's Dyke; Fungi at Chillesford; Hydnum coralloides; Yellow Necked Mouse; Stoat; Breeding of Stoats; Heron Frozen in Pond; Spiders New to Suffolk; Notes

 

Part 4 (1956)

A List of the Mammals of South-West Suffolk – Payn, W.H.
Distribution of Yellow-necked Mouse – Chandler, N. & Heffer, A.
A Review of British Macro-Lepidoptera, 1955 – de Worms, C.G.M.
Some Butterflies Observed in Suffolk in 1955 – George, W.S.
Cement Stone at Nacton and Septaria Generally – Engleheart, F.H.A.
Notes on Crag Palaeontology, Pt. 1 – Cambridge, P.G.
Botanical Section – Trist, P.J.O.
Weather Report – Wilson, R.R.
Suffolk Bird Report for 1955 – Cobb, F.K.
Notes and Observations

Sun Pillar; Halos; Noctule; Serotine; Long-eared Bat; Rabbit; Yellow-necked Mouse; Long-tailed Field Mouse; Wild Rabbit; White Mice; Sacrifice of a Toad; Blind Well Shrimp; Puff Ball; Woodpeckers at Work; Coast Erosion; Hoxne Investigation; Notes


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