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Essex Naturalist volume (N.S.) No. 19 (2002) £10.00

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  • 168 pages, 13 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

1-4 Report of the Essex Field Club for 2001-2002
5-9 Agreement with the London Borough of Newham
10 Income and expenditure account for 2001
11 Balance sheet for 2001
12-14 Essex Field Club Annual Exhibition 1 December 2001
15-17 The 2002 AGM address. The changing flora of the Essex countryside Charles Watson
18-22 1913 - 2001: a lifetime of difference Graham Smith
23-42 American Bittern Botaurus lentiginosus: an historic first for Essex Nick Green
43-62 Wildlife and conservation review of 2001 Chris Gibson
63-66 Review of the wildlife of Epping Forest 2001-March 2002 Jeremy Dagley
66 Some notable fungi records in Autumn 2001 Tony Boniface
67 Three interesting diatoms from Epping Forest pools Hilary Belcher
68 New Charophyte (Stonewort) records Ken Adams
69-70 Bee Orchids and Corn Marigold in North Essex Terri Tarpey
70-71 Edible and Marsh Frogs in Essex - notes for 2001 David Scott
71-72 Bats in Essex John Dobson
72-74 Some notable Essex Coleoptera in 2001 Jerry Bowdrey
74-75 Further notes on Callicera spinolae and C. aurata, and another hoverfly Criorhina
ranunculi new to Essex from Hylands Park Mark Hanson
76-78 The picture winged fly Dorycera graminum (F.) (Diptera, Ulidiidae) in abundance at a
threatened site in West Thurrock, with records from other sites in South Essex Peter
78-79 Bumblebees in Essex in 2001 Ted Benton
80-86 Review of the Lepidoptera of Essex for the year 2001 Brian Goodey
86-88 Essex Dragonflies (Odonata): an update Ted Benton & John Dobson
89-90 Update of Orthoptera records 2000-2001 Alan Wake
91-94 Hawksmere Springs Nature Reserve - a wildlife oasis Andrew May
95-99 American Mink Mustela vison in Essex Chris Mason and Sheila MacDonald
100-106 Dragonfly and Damselfly monitoring on the Writtle College estate - the first five years
Tim Gardiner, Martin Heywood, Robin Field & Michelle Pye
107-112 The Yellow Meadow Ant Lasius flavus: spatial analysis of its nest distribution Stephen
113-134 Notes on Essex Specialities. 7: the distribution of the Oxlip Primula elatior (L.) Hill, in
Essex Ray Tabor
135-142 The Boletes of Essex Geoffrey Kibby & Tony Boniface
143-150 The fungi of Fryerning Churchyard Graham Smith
151-159 Glow-worms Lampyris noctiluca L. (Coleoptera: Lampyridae) in Essex: results of the
2001 Glow-worm survey Tim Gardiner, Michelle Pye & Robin Field
160-163 Correction to The Bryophyte flora of the anthills at Old Hall Marshes in Essex Naturalist
18 (N.S.): 169-176