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Essex Field Club
Essex Field Club
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Publication contents

Essex Field Club Newsletter volume 42 (September 2003) £2.00

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  • 28 pages + two pages of colour plates

    1 Mark Hanson President's Page

    2 Annual Exhibition and Social - Saturday 6 December 2.30 pm

    2 Fungus Foray at Priory Park, Southend on Saturday 11 October

    3 Subscription increase

    3-4 Jon Cranfield A new group for the Essex Field Club - Herpetofauna Group

    4-9 Mary Smith A wildlife diary

    9-13 Graham Smith A Dengie notebook

    13-14 M.W. Hanson Some interesting records for 2003

    14-17 M.W. Hanson Trees at Mundon Hall near Maldon July 2003

    17-19 Jon Cranfield Reptile refugia - a new survey method for Glow-worm!

    19-20 Ken Adams Coastal squeeze is driving them up the wall

    20-21 Ken Adams Plenty of salt and now some pepper

    21-23 Ken Adams Four Water Poplars for the price of one

    23 Del Smith Mass emergence of Metoecus paradoxus (a beetle parasitic on wasps)

    24 Mark Hanson 2003 - the 150th anniversary of the introduction of the Wellingtonia into cultivation in Britain

    24-25 Ray Cranfield Great Crested Newt training day at Wat Tyler Country Park, Pitsea

    25-26 Jon Cranfield Great Crested Newt survey at Magnolia LNR

    26 More about fleas