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Title Author Page
Editorial Ben Heather 1
What’s on?   2
Autumn Members’ Evening 2017 Gen Broad 4
The Current Popularity of Nature Writing Richard Stewart 10
Hoverflies, SBIS/SNS bursary Juliet Hawkins 12
Turtle Dove Surveyors Needed Across Suffolk Katy Froud 13
Goneplax rhomboides (L., 1758) the Angular Crab in Suffolk: An Update Jerry Bowdrey 14
Training Courses for Wildlife Educators Joan Hardingham 16
Pliocene Forest Open Day Geo Suffolk 17
Suffolk Swift Survey Edward Jackson 18
A Correction: SNH Vol.53 – Trichoptera of Suffolk Adrian Chalkley 18
Calling for Butterfly Recorders Rob Parker & Juliet Hawkins 19
Book Review: Britain’s Mammals Gen Broad 21
Shaken but not Stirred Rasik Bhadresa 23
The lichens of Brandon Country Park, Suffolk (Part 1) Dr. C. J. B. Hitch 25
A new record of the rare caddis fly Limnephilus tauricus Adrian Chalkley 27
An Unusual Christmas Decoration Joan Hardingham 29
Whatever next … Dancing Wax Caps! Neil Mahler 29
Some Suffolk Clerical Aurelians Patrick Armstrong 30
Harwich Harbour Stone Beds Bob Markham 34
Shifting Sands Heritage Lottery Project in the Brecks Sharon Hearle 35
Butterfly and Moth Meetings 2018 Butterfly Conservation 36
Title Author Page
Editorial Ben Heather 1
New Records of the Small Headed Water Fleas Adrian Chalkley 2
White Admiral and Silver-washed Fritillary butterflies in Bentley Colin and Ann Hawes 4
Crataerina pallida, a rarely recorded common fly Peter Vincent 6
The University of Suffolk Drs Nic Bury and Chris Turner 9
Butterfly Challenge Trevor Goodfellow 13
AONBs ‘Pollinator Patches’ Project Neil Lister and Emma Black 18
Pond Life in 2017 Richard Stewart 21
Harpers Hill Grassland County Wildlife Site Emma Black 23
The Playful Mustelids Rasik Bhadresa 25
Elm – the only host plant for the White-letter Hairstreak Rob Parker 26
The Brecks Earth Heritage Trail Howard Mottram 29
Geronimo the Grasshopper Tim Gardiner 31
SNS Meeting Dates 2018   32
Title Author Page
Editorial Ben Heather 1
Great British Beach Clean   2
It’s Choke(d) Jim, but not as we know it Neil Mahler 2
Looking for the hedgehogs of Ipswich Ali North 4
Recording Wildlife at Brandon Country Park David Falk 6
Two surprise stag beetle records 2017 Colin Hawes 8
Fissures in the Coralline Crag at Rockhall Wood SSSI, Sutton Caroline Markham 10
Wild Villages Gary Lowe 12
Mouse traps – some observations from the Tudor barn in Milden Juliet Hawkins 14
Monitoring Tubular Water-dropwort and Greater Water-parsnip in East Anglia Pete Case 16
Butterflies In Christchurch Park, Ipswich Richard Stewart 18
Book Review: “Britain’s Spiders” Alan Thornhill 18
Yellowbelly Terrapin/Slider John Baker 19
Triumph for Tassel stonewort Juliet Hawkins 21
The Enchanting Bee Orchid Rasik Bhadresa 23
Red-veined Darter invasion, May 2017 Nick Mason 25
A welcome immigrant Richard Fisk 27
Title Author Page
Editorial Ben Heather 1
Spring Members’ Evening & AGM & What’s on? 2
Black Poplar Clone Bank & Nursery Danny Thorrington 4
Then came Mustela nivalis Martin Hancock 5
A New Website for GeoSuffolk Caroline Markham 9
Buzzard Alert? Tom Langton 9
The Many Faces of the Harlequin Rasik Bhadresa 10
Suffolk’s wood pasture and parkland Megan Gimber 12
Mustelid Predation of Breeding Toads John Baker 16
News from our Treasurer Joan Hardingham 18
Water Flea Recording in Suffolk Adrian Chalkley 20
A lucky escape Jerry Bowdrey 23
Bank Vole - Caught in the Act Pete Etheridge 24
The Voyage of the Queen Bee Tim Gardiner 25
SNS Autumn Members’ Evening 2016 Gen Broad 25
Almost a First for the UK Neil Mahler 28
Review: The Butterflies in Christchurch Park Ben Heather 31
More What’s on? 32
Title Author Page
Editorial Ben Heather 1
Autumn Members Evening   2
The River Stour 500 Trees Project Alex Moore da Luz 3
Suffolk’s Fab 40 Adventures Emma Dixon 6
Book Review: ‘...Breckland Pleistocene geology in the 1930s…’ Caroline Markham 8
Introducing ‘People, Ponds and Water’ Pete Case 10
SNS/SBIS Recording Bursary Review Hawk Honey 14
A few minutes with a wild Stoat Martin Hancock 18
The Pleasures and Perils of a Garden Pond Richard Stewart 21
The hidden world of symbiotic yeasts in the lives of stag beetles: part 1 Colin Hawes 23
The Suffolk Moth Group’s Record Breaking Night Neil Sherman 26
Death in the Afternoon Rasik Bhadresa 28
Another new fungus to look out for Neil Mahler 29
The Lowestoft Field Club Richard Fisk 31
Title Author Page
Editorial Ben Heather 1
Suffolk Butterfly Recording – 2011–15 Distribution Maps Bill Stone 2
First records for Barrel Jellyfish in Suffolk Gen Broad 3
Beach Bonkers Kate Osborne 5
Bee-ginners luck Colin Lucas 6
A New Excavation at Knettishall Heath Caroline Markham 7
Growing Up Wild Kerry Stranix 10
Bee House Observations Peter Etheridge 12
Suffolk’s Veteran Trees Richard Stewart 13
The Return of the Polecat Mustela putorius to Suffolk Martin Hancock 15
The Pogge, Hooknose or Armed Bullhead Jerry Bowdrey 20
Rust Fungi and other Small Stuff Neil Mahler 21
Wildlife Diary (January to July) Trevor Goodfellow 23
SNS AGM and Spring Members Evening Gen Broad 26
The Starlet Sea Anemone Jenni Fincham 29
The Dawn Chorus Rasik Bhadresa 32
Title Author Page
Editorial Ben Heather 1
Spring Members Evening & AGM   2
What’s on?   3
An Invasive Alien – The Asian Hornet Joan Hardingham 4
Another Stag Beetle Predator Colin Hawes 7
Wilderness Tim Gardiner 7
Unexpected visitors – Braconid wasp and Agonopterix moth in the living room! Martin Cooper 8
Wild Flower Society Winter Months Hunt – a follow up Anne Kell 11
Clunch In West Suffolk Roger Dixon 12
New mammal for Suffolk Dr Simone Bullion 16
Hollesley Marshes Lyndsey Record 17
Valerian as a Nectar Source Richard Stewart 20
Almost another BAP Species Neil Mahler 21
Bee hotels, more than just a gimmick Hawk Honey 22
Two records in one from Kelsale Jerry Bowdrey 24
New Fungus for Suffolk Neil Mahler 25
More What’s on?   26
A year of Suffolk Biological Recording Online Ben Heather 28
Title Author Page
Editorial Ben Heather 1
What’s on?   2
Using iRecord: A Verifier’s Point of View Adrian Chalkley 3
The Dunwich Heath Bioblitz 27 and 28th May 2015 Stuart Warrington, Alison Joseph, Richard Gilbert & Lloyd James 6
Realising the Potential of the River Stour at Great and Little Bradley Alex Moore da Luz 8
Evolution of a Breckland Landscape by Richard West Caroline Markham 12
Wildlife at home and work Gi Grieco 13
Fungi twitching in November Juliet Hawkins 15
The Tawny Owls in Christchurch Park Richard Stewart 19
Arthur Rivett – winner of Pete Guest Award 2015 Sue Hooton 21
The Wild Flower Society Winter Months Hunt Anne and Dennis Kell 22
My Year 2015 Trevor Goodfellow 24
Gonocerus acuteangulatus, aka the Box Bug C. J. B. Hitch & K. Carr-Tansley 28
A letter to the editor Alan Cornish 28
SNS Members Holiday Offer Greenwings 29
Ganoderma australe or Ganoderma adspersum? Neil Mahler 30
Title Author Page
Editorial   1
What’s on? & Bioblitz Events   2
Save our Suffolk Swifts Kerry Strannix & Ben Heather 3
Suffolk Hedgehog Survey continues! Simone Bullion 6
Ramsgate Earthquake Caroline Markham 7
Nightingales Near Ipswich Richard Stewart 8
Bee Friendly Anne-Marie & Richard Stewart 9
Wildlife at the Farm Park Nick Mayo 10
The Natural History of Waveney Forest Tim Gardiner 10
John Walshe to Joan Hardingham Correspondence - 07/06/2015 John Walshe 11
Frogs Trevor Goodfellow 13
Adders, Photography and Disturbance John Baker 16
Starting with Sawflies Colin Lucas & Tricia Taylor 19
An appeal for Emails   21
Silk-covered lampposts Alan Thornhill 22
Harbour Porpoise Phocoena phocoena at Landguard & Orfordness Nigel Odin & Mike Marsh 24
Suffolk Biological Recording Online Ben Heather 26
Nature Day at Braintree District Museum in Honour of John Ray   28
Title Author Page
Editorial Ben Heather 1
Logo Challenge Ben Heather 2
Spring Members Evening 2015 & AGM   3
What’s on?   4
Chalcid wasps Martin Cooper 6
Some observations on Agromyzidae Martin Cooper 7
A Research Hole in the Red Crag Bob Markham 9
Return to Walberswick Patrick Armstrong 11
High Brown Fritillary at Landguard Nigel Odin 14
Saving a bird on the brink Samantha Lee 16
Updating the Flora of Suffolk Martin Sanford 19
Observation of a Water Shrew Adrian Knowles 22
Shield bug obsession? Trevor Goodfellow 23
Stoat in my Neighbour’s Garden Colin Hawes 26
New Bursary available   26
Late Red Admirals Richard Stewart 27
Split Gill fungus, in Suffolk C. J. B. Hitch & L. Washington 28
Three seasons of looking for leafhoppers Colin Lucas & Tricia Taylor 30
Scarce (Yellow-legged) Tortoiseshell Bill Stone 32
The Breckland Bat Project Dr Stuart Newson & James Parry 34
Title Author Page
Editorial   1
Autumn Members Evening 2014   2
Logo Challenge Ben Heather 3
Black rat record for Ipswich Simone Bullion 4
A Fault: Nacton Shore Cliff Bob Markham 4
Antlions – an East-Suffolk speciality Joan Hardingham 6
The purse web spider Alan Thornhill 9
Species Records – Making a difference Gen Broad 10
Leaf-Cutter Bees Richard Stewart 14
My year (2014) Trevor Goodfellow 16
Voucher Specimens Neil Mahler 19
A New Suffolk Record for the large Pond Skater Adrian Chalkley 21
Confessions of a novice Moth-er Peter Lack 23
Stag Beetles 1868 – 2014 Colin Hawes 26
Chemicals in our fields, water and wildlife Tom Langton 28
Drosophila suzukii in Suffolk Martin Cooper 30
Roman Snails Richard Fisk 31
Mammals of Essex – A New Atlas Darren Tansley 31
Shieldbugs at Play Rob Parker 32
Title Author Page
Editorial Ben Heather 1
Another new fungus for Suffolk Neil Mahler 2
The battle continues…the fight against invasive alien plants in the Stour Valley! Matt Holden 4
Nesting Materials Richard Stewart 8
How you can help monitor Suffolk’s bats? Sue Hooton 8
Records please! Rosemary Leaf Beetle Ben Heather 10
Stratiomys longicornis – a fly a long way from home! Peter Vincent 11
Periglacial Landforms in Breckland Caroline Markham 13
Are some roadside plants on the verge of extinction? Dr. Anne Kell and Dennis Kell 15
Where has all the road kill gone? Tom Langton 21
Back on the Hopper Trail in 2013 Colin Lucas & Tricia Taylor 22
Volucella zonaria – an impressive beast Peter Vincent 24
Suffolk Show Wildlife Hawk Honey 27
Suffolk’s Nature Strategy Nick Collinson 29
Species ‘Re-introductions’ Nick Miller 32
Title Author Page
Editorial Ben Heather 1
What’s on?   2
Bawdsey East Beach Cliff Bob Markham 4
Observing Carrion Crows Richard Stewart 5
Tracking Down Suffolk’s Hedgehogs Simone Bullion 7
Suffolk Hedgehog Survey Kerry Stranix 9
The Coral Tooth in Suffolk Arthur Rivett 11
Book Review: The adult Trichoptera of Britan and Ireland Adrian Chalkley 12
What can I see now? Ben Heather 15
Photographing Flies Martin Cooper 18
The First UK Fungus Day Neil Mahler 22
Being the new Butterfly Recorder Bill Stone 24
The Silver-studded Blue at Blaxhall Heath Rob Parker 27
Suffolk Wildlife & Landscapes Project Nick Miller 29
More what’s on?....   31
Spring Members’ Evening & AGM   32
Title Author Page
Editorial & Snippets Ben Heather 1
Members’ Evening & SNS Conference 2014   3
Dolichopus laticola; the first recent record of this species outside Peter Vincent 4
Update on the Purple Hairstreaks Richard Stewart 6
Grass Snakes at Sea John Baker and Eve Simnett 7
Juvenile Cuttlefish at Shingle Street Gen Broad 8
Response of Stag Beetle larvae to water-logged soils and flooding Colin Hawes 11
Vegetation Stripes at Knettishall Heath CGS 29th June 2013 Caroline Markham 13
The day an Emperor came knocking Hawk Honey 16
Shanks’s Pony or the Bicycling Botanist Adam Stuart 20
More on Newton and Wrigley Tom Langton 24
Percy the Macaw Joan Hardingham 26
Long-tailed Blue Lampides boeticus at Landguard Bird Observatory Tim Bagworth 27
Title Author Page
Editorial & Snippets Ben Heather 1
Social Media & its uses for Naturalists Hawk Honey 3
Observing a Garden Pond Richard Stewart 7
More Pond Life Charles Cuthbert 8
Online Recording with Suffolk BRC Ben Heather 10
Rare barkflies, jumping spiders and green lichen Alan Thornhill 14
Outcomes of the 2012 Suffolk Leafhopper survey Colin Lucas 16
A request for records & specimens of social wasps Adrian Knowles 18
The third British record for Dolichopus excisus Peter Vincent 19
A Sea Mouse Gen Broad 20
Discovery of a mycangium & associated yeasts in the stag beetle Colin Hawes 22
SNS Supports SOG Phil Brown 23
GeoSuffolk looks at the London Clay Caroline Markham 24
Book Review - Otter Country David Walker 25
Giddyup, Spring is Here at Last Rasik Bhadresa 26
Obituary - B Laps David Nash 27
SNS/SWT/SOG Taster Species Recording Event   28
Title Author Page
Editorial Ben Heather 1
Chalara – Ash Dieback Steve Scott 2
Suffolk Bat Group Update and looking forward Sue Hooton 4
Newton & Wrigley Steve Piotrowski 7
Beetling about on Orford Beach Chris Hitch 8
Recording Purple Hairstreaks along Westerfield Road Richard Stewart 10
A Short Update on Suffolk Dormice Liz Cutting 12
Stag Beetle Predators Bob Stebbings 15
Two interesting records from the Grove Farm monitoring project Adrian Chalkley 16
The impact of street lighting on plants Adrian Knowles 20
Alder Gall/Fungus Colin Jacobs 21
Where is Thorpe Ness? Caroline Markham 22
AGM & Spring Members Evening   24
Rosehill sale notice   25
Geo Suffolk Field Meeting   26
Halesworth Festival of Ecology   27
Events by Suffolk Butterfly Conservation   28
Title Author Page
Editorial   1
Snippets   2
Chairman’s Report Joan Hardingham 3
Some predators of the Stag Beetle – Part 1 Colin Hawes 5
Dips and dells at Aspal Close Caroline Markham 7
Notes from Orford Ness Bioblitz Dave Fincham 9
Records Please: Wasp Spider Martin Sanford 10
Records Please: Rhododendron Leafhopper Ben Heather 12
Silver-Washed Fritillary makes a welcome return to Suffolk Rob Parker 12
SNS Grant for monitoring project at SWT’s Grove Farm Nature Reserve, Norton Juliet Hawkins 14
The U3A team at Suffolk Wildlife Trust’s Grove Farm Nature Reserve Rob Parker 16
Finding flies at Aspal Close LNR Matt Vernon 18
Wall Brown survey 2011/2012 Rob Parker 22
Price reduction - A Flora of Suffolk Martin Sanford 24
Wild Anglia - A Local Nature Partnership Gen Broad 25
Letters to the Editor   26
Aberrant Plantains Chris Romer 26
Half-Beaked Success Colin Hawes 27
Indian Stick Insects Gary Last 28
Title Author Page
Editorial   1
Snippets David Walker 2
The successful return of a summer holidaymaker Ben Heather 3
New dragonfly record for Suffolk – Leucorrhinia pectoralis SBRC 4
Chantry park Bio-Blitz 2012 Adrian Knowles 5
Bats in women’s hair Martin Sanford 6
Poem: The bat and the blonde G.M. Gathorne-Hardy 7
Sawflies Martin Sanford 11
Wind turbines, bats and birds Tom Langton 13
Digital photography with a microscope: choice of digital camera Philip M. Greaves 17
Report on the 2012 AGM David Walker 20
Olive crescent – potential colony in Suffolk Tony Prichard 21
A white mink at Lackford Jeff Martin 22
A celebration of Suffolk geology Roger Dixon 24
Abstract of paper by presented by Colin Hawes at European workshop on conservation of saproxylic beetles Colin Hawes 27
Letters, Notes and Queries   28
Invasive species – Green Alkanet Nick Miller 28
Halesworth Millennium Green invitation Nicky Rowbottom 28
Title Author Page
Editorial   1
Small red-eyed damselfly at Gedgrave Steve Goddard 2
The Two Mile Bottom bat hibernaculum Nick Gibbons & John Goldsmith 5
Geology in May Caroline Markham 6
Snippets   7
Newts, bricks and winter dormancy Tom & Catherine Langton 8
Hedgehog hibernation survey PTES 10
Digital photography with a microscope Philip M. Greaves 11
Field events 2012   14
Bryophytes recorded in Suffolk in 2010 Richard Fisk 21
poem: Snow sprinter Rasik Bhadresa 23
Australe or Applanatum? Neil Mahler 24
Letters, Notes and Queries   26
Title Author Page
Editorial   1
Report on the 2011 conference David Walker 2
Poem: English walks Alasdair Aston 3
Nesting birds in strawberries Liz Cutting  4
The Japanese pine sawyer Jim Foster 6
Members evening October 2011 David Walker 7
Nall's Glossary of the East Anglian dialect Geoff Heathcote 8
Bob Markham – the Halstead Medal Award Roger Dixon 12
Quick Quiz   14
Field excursion, West Australian sub-branch Patrick Armstrong 16
Geo-Suffolk's Pliocene forest interpretive panel C.J.K. Markham 18
Silver-washed fritillary makes a welcome return to Suffolk Rob Parker 19
Natural history equipment: Why chose a microscope? Adrian Chalkley 20
Is a pet for life even if it is only a churchyard beetle? David Nash 24
Snippets   26
A herbalist's view of thorn-apple Caroline Wheeler 27
Letters, Notes and Queries   28
Title Author Page
Editorial   1
Snippets   2
New marine records for Suffolk Gen Broad 3
The Priestly Wood dormouse project: The first decade Liz Cutting 7
Acute Oak Decline – A new disease of oak trees in Suffolk Gary Battell 10
Do you know your dragonflies? Mark Nowers 11
The sleepless hibernation Nick Sibbett 12
The lichens of Higham Lodge Christopher Hitch 15
Grass snakes: A determined grass snake J. & C. Bowdrey 21
Grass snakes: Grass snake movement and dry weather in 2010 Tom Langton 21
Another new species of spider for Suffolk Ray Ruffell 22
Nuthatches Liz Cutting 23
Ipswich museum celebrates Henslow's 150th anniversary Ann Ainsworth 24
A butterfly spring Rob Parker 24
The wall brown – a single species survey Mark Nowers 26
Odds & Ends   29
A herbalist's view of greater celandine Caroline Wheeler 30
Poem: The resident carp Rasik Bhadresa 31
The nail fungus in Suffolk Neil Mahler 31
A further influx of rannoch looper in 2011 Tony Pritchard 34
Website updates  Adrian Chalkley 35
Title Author Page
Editorial   1
Snippets   2
Fewer turbine turns means fewer bat deaths Keiran Mulvaney 3
Biodiversity? Don't forget the flea! Adrian Chalkley 4
Obituary: Michael Kirby David Walker 6
Rosemary beetles: Can you add further records for Suffolk? Colin Hawes 9
Co-opted council member – Liz Cutting   10
It's not all doom & gloom Nigel Odin 11
If you go down to the woods today... Rasik Bhadresa 14
In with the new Richard Fisk 19
A herbalist's view of sweet violet Caroline Wheeler 20
How to identify the killer shrimp   21
SNS field meeting programme 2011   22
Book review   26
First marine plan area in the North Sea BBC report 28
Letters, Notes and Queries   30
Title Author Page
Editorial   1
Pepperpot found again in Suffolk Neil Mahler 3
A weed gets revenge Geoff Heathcote 4
A Herbalist's view of burdock Caroline Wheeler 5
Aquarius Paludum: a new county record Adrian Chalkley 6
Results of SNS drawing competition Joan Hardingham 9
The bounty of Behall Wadd Rasik Bhadresa 11
Hitching a lift: Stag beetles as carriers of mites Colin Hawes 16
Notes from Westleton Michael Kirby 18
Poem: Alone I stand Rashik Bhadresa 19
Snippets   20
More from the Garner/Naturalist' Gazette David R. Nash 23
Quiz for young naturalists   26
Letters: Antlion in St Osyth Michael Kirby 27
Project funding available from the SNS Gen Broad 28
Title Author Page
Editorial   1
Snippets   2
Poem: Advent night - Star Lane Alasdair Aston 3
Mapping and understanding native black poplars in Suffolk Ben Heather 4
Priestly Wood field meeting Joan Hardingham 6
Can we save the eel populations in East Anglia? Ros Wright 8
Garner/Naturalists' Gazette David Nash 10
Ascomycete posing as Basidiomycete Neil Mahler 19
Stoke Tunnel SSSI Bob Markham 20
Summer surveys in south Suffolk: Lavenham Natural History Group Barry Ruggles 22
A herbalist's view of lime or linden Caroline Wheeler 23
Miscellaneous records 24   25
Book reviews   26
Letters, Notes and Queries   32
Title Author Page
Editorial   1
Thank you, Howard Geoff Heathcote 2
Poem: Mouse Alasdair Aston 3
Suffolk Crayfish Ark project Adrian Chalkley 4
An Antlion Slide Michael Kirby 6
The Sphagnum: more information comes to light Adrian Chalkley 8
Free foreign holidays from your local supermarket? Paul Lee 8
In the footsteps of Eric Ennion Rasik Bhadresa 10
Suffolk reminiscences Patrick Armstrong 12
Spanish Bluebells: a threat to Britain's native bluebell Colin Hawes 15
Snippets   16
Profile: Joan and Nick Hardingham Eric Parsons 21
Responses to the editorial in WA 74   28
Letters, Notes and Queries   34
Enormous hatches from galls other than the Knopper Adrian Chalkley 34
Title Author Page
Editorial Ben Heather 1
What’s on?   2
Casual observations of butterfly habits during the 2018 drought Trevor Goodfellow 3
Woodland Fungi Colin Hawes 4
Barn Owl Success in Bentley 2018 Colin Hawes 5
Hare Deaths Ben Heather 5
Unintended Consequences Martin Hancock 6
Pond Life Trevor Goodfellow 9
Megalodons at Bawdsey Bob Markham 12
Autumn Ichneumons Hawk Honey 13
Book Review: The Lost Words Richard Stewart 15
The Hazards of Crossing the Road Rasik Bhadresa 16
A Winter Project Hawk Honey 18
Beachwatch – Great British Beach Clean 2018 Stephanie Poole 23
New Membership Arrangements Edward Jackson 25
Some comments on the Crags at Sizewell Howard Mottram 26
Title Author Page
Editorial Ben Heather 1
What’s on?   2
AGM and Spring Members’ Evening 2018 Gen Broad 3
River enhancement projects helping to conserve native black poplar Naomi Boyle 6
Latest news on Suffolk’s Marine Conservation Zones Jennifer Fincham 8
In Search of True Lover’s Knot Rasik Bhadresa 10
Solitary wasp course FSC Orielton Hawk Honey 12
Species Record at Pipers Vale LNR Sam Chamberlin 16
The Great British Beach Clean Lynn Allen 17
Saving our Suffolk Swifts Edward Jackson 18
The lichens of Brandon Country Park, Suffolk (Part 2) Dr. C. J. B. Hitch 19
Melanin in the Fungal Kingdom Neil Mahler 23
Beach Bonkers Kate Osborne 25
Geology Gallery Reimagined Caroline Markham 27
Breckland spiders of Lackford Lakes Alan Thornhill 28
Yellow-spotted Emerald Andrew Easton 32
A View From The Bridge Richard Stewart 35