Volume 50 December 2014
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Report from the Mammal Recorder. S. Bullion

Suffolk Bats 2013. A. Miller

Freshwater Invertebrate Recorder’s Annual Report. A. Chalkley

Diptera Report. P. Vincent

Hymenoptera Recorder’s Report 2013–14. A. Knowles

2013 Butterfly Report. W. Stone & R. Parker

Comments and notes on some Suffolk moths in 2013. A. W. Prichard

Investigating the distribution of flowering spikes of Violet Helleborine Epipactis purpurata in deciduous Suffolk woodland in relation to adjacent ditches and differences in height above the base of the ditch, soil moisture and pH. D. & A. Kell

Bryophytes in Suffolk 2013. R. J. Fisk

Unravelling the Glacial Geology of the Ipswich area – the work of Slater and Boswell. H. B. Mottram

Using mammalian assemblages to reconstruct past climate: a study of four late Pleistocene sites in Suffolk. A. Jackson

The cliff against Dunwich Heath – its further importance in our understanding of the Norwich Crag sands and gravels. H. B. Mottram

Removal of Ponies benefits grasshoppers in Dunwich Forest. T. Gardiner

A rare Lacewing and a record night for moths. S. Goddard

Stranding of the hydroid Nemertesia antennina (L.) (Cnidaria: Hydroidomedusa) on the Suffolk coast. J. Bowdrey

Small Copper aberration in Suffolk: 2003–2013. R. Stewart

Serendipity – The SNS of Yesteryear. A. Waller

David Nash
Peter Lawson
Derek Moore