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Essex Naturalist volume (N.S.) No. 18 (2001) £10.00

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  • 218 pages, 15 colour plates (8 pages) Editorial Team: Adams, K.; Allen, P.; Dagley, J.; Gibson, C. & Harvey, P. (Eds.) Journal of the Essex Field Club

  • Contents page

1-3 Report of the Essex Field Club for 1999-2000
4 Income and expenditure account for 1999
5 Balance sheet for 1999
6-15 The 2000 AGM address: Global Warming and its possible impact on Essex Peter Allen
16-20 Profile of a Naturalist: Geoffrey Arthur Pyman MBE (1920-1999) Chris Gibson
21-30 William Cole (1844-1922) founder of Essex Field Club William George
31-37 Phenology in Essex: lessons from the past and examples of recent trends Tim Sparks, David Roy and Chris Mason
38-49 Wildlife and Conservation Review of 1999 Chris Gibson
50-56 Review of the wildlife of Epping Forest 1999-March 2000 Jeremy Dagley
57-58 New Charophyte (Stonewort) and Bryophyte records Ken Adams
59-62 Essex and London Ladybird Survey Paul Mabbott
63-66 Behavioural Observations of the Brown Hare Lepus europaeus Maureen Gibson
67 Observations on Dormouse Muscardinus avellanarius Hibernation Nests Sue Ward
68 Long-finned Pilot Whale Globicephala melus: a new species for Essex John Dobson
69-70 Grange Farm, Chigwell: an important site for arboreal Coleoptera and other invertebrates Jonty Denton
71 Tachys minutus L. (Coleoptera: Buprestidae), a jewel beetle new to Essex Nigel Cuming
71 Pissodes castaneus (DeGeer) (Coleoptera: Curculionidae), a weevil new to Essex Nigel Cuming
72 Rhopalomyia (Hormomyia) ptarmicae (Vallot, 1849) (Diptera: Cecidomyiidae) Rediscovered in Essex Jerry Bowdrey
73 Spathocera dahlmanni (Schilling) (Heteroptera: Coreidae) at Middlewick Ranges Jerry Bowdrey
Recorder Reports for 1999:
74-75 Bats in Essex in 1999 John Dobson
75-76 Essex Mammals in 1999 John Wright
77 Amphibian and Reptile notes for 1999 David Scott
77-80 Freshwater Invertebrate Report 1998/2000 Tony Walentowicz
81 Essex Gall Records for 1999 Jerry Bowdrey
82-84 Essex Coleoptera in 1999 Peter Hammond
84-86 Recent Records of Hoverflies from Essex Roger Payne
86-96 Review of the Lepidoptera of Essex for 1999 Brian Goodey
97 Orthoptera of Essex 1999 Alan Wake
98 Essex Geology Report Gerald Lucy
99-101 Habitat Creation in the Lee Valley Park Tim Hill
102-104 Epping Forest – still growing Jeremy Dagley
105-110 Fungi and the UK Biodiversity Action Plan Carl Borges
111-120 The Utilisation of Molinea caerulea (Purple Moor-grass) Tussocks by Overwintering Beetles at Epping Forest Andy Swan
121-128 Heath Fritillary Melitaea athalia in Essex: a review of its status and a report of its exceptional second generation in 1999 Graham Bailey
129-132 Notes on Essex specialities. 3: Annual Sea-purslane Atriplex pedunculata L. Chris Gibson
133-136 Notes on Essex specialities. 4: the spider Baryphyma duffeyi (Millidge, 1954) (Araneae: Linyphiidae) Peter Harvey
137-140 Saltmarsh Goosefoot at Old Hall Marshes Terri Tarpey
141-145 The Atlas 2000 Survey – a review of TL60 Graham Smith
146 The Scarce Plants of Essex. Part 1 Update Ken Adams
147-172 The Scarce Plants of Essex. Part 2 Ken Adams
173-190 The Millenial Status in Essex of Nationally scarce and Threatened Species of Coleoptera: further data and summary P.M. Hammond
191-204 Myriapoda: a review of their status in Essex Peter Harvey
Front cover photograph Heath Fritillaries in cop. ? Graham Bailey