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Essex Field Club
Essex Field Club
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Publication contents

Essex Field Club Newsletter volume 50 (May 2006) £2.00

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  • 24 pages + two pages of colour plates

    1 The Charles Watson Memorial Video Presentation

    1 Corrections to programme

    2-3 Del Smith President's Page

    3 Essex Field Club journal exchange

    3 Farming and Wildlife Advisory Group

    4-7 Mary Smith A wildlife diary

    8 M.W. Hanson More on Essex wood pasture and ancient trees

    9-10 Luke Bristowe Planning for wildlife

    10-11 David Bloomfield Further thoughts on Elm in the English countryside

    11-14 Stuart Warrington How many species are there at Hatfield Forest?

    15-16 M.W. Hanson Iberia in Essex

    16-17 M.W. Hanson Measuring ancient trees in Essex

    17-18 Mary Smith A note about rotifers: some very chaste organisms

    19-20 Graham Smith Fungus foray to Stoneymore & Deerslade Woods, Mill Green on September 20th 2005

    20 Del Smith Book review: Bumblebees by Ted Benton

    21 New County Recorder for fungi

    21 Genevieve Broad New County Recorder for marine life

    21 MapMate records

    22 Essex Field Club County Recorders for 2006/2007