County Recorder: Stuart Ling
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Further information on recording and identification can be found on the Orthoptera Recording Scheme website
A species-based card index of published records from TSNS has been computerised. There are over 4200 records on the SBIS database
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The Orthoptera of Suffolk. Morley, C. 1929 TSNS 1: 92.
Suffolk Orthoptera. Maybury, G. W. 1982 TSNS 18: 289.
Orthoptera of Suffolk. Ling, S. 2000 TSNS 36:53.
Other papers from Suffolk Natural History
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A study of grasshopper glades at Center Parcs (Elveden Forest). T. Gardiner and J. Gardiner (2019)
Removal of Ponies benefits grasshoppers in Dunwich Forest. T. Gardiner (2014)
Grasshoppers of the Sandling heathlands. T. Gardiner (2013)
The discovery of Lesne’s Earwig in Holbrook Bay including an assessment of the importance of the Shotley peninsula for Dermaptera and Orthoptera. T. Gardiner (2012)
Rediscovery of the Woodland Grasshopper Omocestus rufipes in East Suffolk. T. Gardiner (2012)
The House Cricket Acheta domesticus in Suffolk. D. K. Underwood (2003)
Orthoptera Recorder’s Report 2001. S. Ling (2002)
Orthoptera Recorder’s Report 2000. S. Ling (2001)
Suffolk Orthoptera. Maybury, G. W. (1982)
Orthoptera of Suffolk Revised. Anon
The Orthoptera of Suffolk. Morley, C.