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Essex Naturalist volume (N.S.) No. 23 (2006) £10.00

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  • 160 pages, 24 colour plates (8 pages) Editorial Team: Gardiner, T.; George, B.; Gibson, C.; Harvey, P. & Knowles, A. (Eds.) Journal of the Essex Field Club

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1-3 Report of the Essex Field Club for 2005-2006
3-8 Rules of the Essex Field Club, passed at the AGM on 11th March, 2006
9 Income and expenditure account for 2004
10 Balance sheet for 2004
11-12 EFC Exhibition and Social 3 December 2005
13-14 The 2005 AGM address. Trees in Essex Mark Hanson
15-17 Obituary: Charles Watson 1929-2005 Ken Adams
18-30 Wildlife and conservation review of 2004 Chris Gibson
30-31 Cochlicella acuta (Muller, 1774) the Pointed snail (Mollusca: Helicidae) new to Essex Jerry
32 Hygromia cinctella (Draparnaud, 1801) (Mollusca: Helicidae) new to North Essex Jerry Bowdrey
33 The spider Steatoda phalerata (Panzer, 1801) (Araneae: Theridiidae) new to Essex Peter Harvey
34-35 The jumping spider Sitticus distinguendus (Simon, 1868), new to Britain and Essex Peter Harvey
36-37 The discovery of Rhynchites auratus (Scopoli) (Coleoptera: Rhynchitidae), a species new to
Essex, and previously considered extinct in Britain Nigel Cuming
37-38 A further record of Dorycera graminum (F.) (Diptera, Ulidiidae) in Essex David Scott
39-40 Brachycarenus tigrinus in Essex and an update on Stictopleurus abutilon and S.
punctatonervosus (Hemiptera: Rhopalidae) Peter Harvey and Jerry Bowdrey
40-45 Review of the Lepidoptera of Essex for the year 2005 Brian Goodey
46-48 Orthoptera and allied insects of Essex 2005 Tim Gardiner
49-51 Standing up for brownfield Jamie Roberts
52-58 The Scarlet Malachite Beetle Malachius aeneus (Col.: Melyridae) in Essex: ecology and
population dynamics Robert Coleman
Essex Wildlife Trust focus
59-64 Breeding birds on Blue House Farm nature reserve – has the management of the nature reserve
improved breeding numbers? Nick Robson
65-76 Woodland plants and deer – the potential for damage to plant biodiversity by deer and the use of
plant indicators to monitor and predict this damage R.C.C. Tabor
77-88 Howlands Marsh: a summary of terrestrial invertebrate survey in 2004 Peter Harvey and Del
89-96 Notes on Essex Specialities. 10: the conservation of Gortyna borelii lunata (Fisher’s Estuarine
Moth) on a landscape-scale through agri-environment schemes Zoë Ringwood
97-104 An Earthquake Impact Scenario for the Colchester Earthquake of 1884 A-J.S.Weston
104-114 Thomas Vincent (“Rabbity”) Holmes (1840-1923) and his contribution to the Geology of Essex and
the Essex Field Club Bill George
115-117 A preliminary list of plankton diatoms from Hatfield Forest Hilary Belcher and Erica Swale
118-128 Fungi of Essex: the genus Agaricus Tony Boniface
129-132 The earth tongues of Essex Tony Boniface
133-136 The fungi of Fryerning Churchyard, 2005 update Graham Smith
137-142 Water transfers and the composition of fishes in Abberton Reservoir (Essex), with particular
reference to the appearance of Spined Loach Cobitis taenia Gordon H. Copp & Max Wade
143-152 The Galls of Hainault Forest 2001 – 2005 Brian Ecott
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