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Essex Naturalist volume (N.S.) No. 24 (2007) £10.00

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  • 180 pages, 38 colour plates (16 pages) Editorial Team: Adams, K.; 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 2006-2007
4 Income and expenditure account for 2006
5 Balance sheet for 2006
6-8 EFC Exhibition and Social 2 December 2006
8-14 The 2007 AGM address. Brownfield invertebrates in Essex - nationally important and under
threat Peter Harvey
15-20 The halcyon days of public rights of way in the rural parish of Willingale Tim Gardiner
21-28 A Mammoth in the High Street: a proposed gazetteer of geological sites in Essex Gerald Lucy
29-33 Reflections on Essex wildlife recorded in the Victoria County History Adrian Knowles
34-42 Biological recording in Essex: an introduction Peter Harvey
43-44 Halo phenomenon over Dovercourt Chris Gibson
45-48 A review of recent Essex gall records, including several new to the County list Jerry Bowdrey
49 New Charophyte (Stonewort) and Bryophyte records Ken Adams
50-52 Scybalicus oblongiusculus (Dejean) (Carabidae) in South Essex Peter M. Hammond and Peter R.
53 The jumping spider Macaroeris nidicolens (Walckenaer, 1802) (Araneae: Salticidae) in South
Essex Peter Harvey
54 The crab spider Xysticus acerbus Thorell, 1872 (Araneae: Thomisidae), the first modern record
for Essex Peter Harvey
55-62 Essex larger Brachycera (Diptera): 2005-2006 update Neil Harvey
62-63 The spider-hunting wasp Evagetes pectinipes (Linnaeus, 1758) new to Essex Adrian Knowles
64-65 A few recent and interesting records of aculeate Hymenoptera in Essex Peter Harvey
66-69 Bumblebee report for 2006-7 Ted Benton and John Dobson
70 Aphanus rolandri (L.) (Heteroptera: Lygaeidae) a Nationally Notable bug rediscovered in Essex
Jerry Bowdrey and Peter Harvey
71-76 Orthoptera and allied insects of Essex 2006 Tim Gardiner
77-89 Wildlife monitoring at Writtle College: what can constant effort recording tell us about our
wildlife? Alan Roscoe
90-92 The decline of the Glow-worm Lampyris noctiluca in Epping Forest Tim Gardiner
93-101 A study of the distribution in Essex of the Hazel Dormouse Muscardinus avellanarius (L., 1758)
Robin Cottrill, Simone Bullione and Mark Iley
Essex Wildlife Trust focus
102-111 A study on the impacts of non-site native trees on the ground flora of an ancient woodland R.C.C.
112-114 Notes on Essex Specialities. 11: Least Lettuce Lactuca saligna Bob Hills and Neil Fuller
115-118 Notes on Essex Specialities. 12: The status and distribution of Sulphur Clover, Trifolium
ochroleucon Hudson, in Essex and eastern England Ken Adams
119-127 Dr. Henry Menish (c1735-1809), medic, banker, amateur naturalist and geologist of Chelmsford,
Essex William H. George
128-142 The crustaceans of Harwich Harbour and the Stour and Orwell estuaries. 1: Decapoda
Christopher W. Ashelby
143-156 The crustaceans of Harwich Harbour and the Stour and Orwell estuaries. 2: Amphipoda
Christopher W. Ashelby
157-169 Fungi of Essex: the genus Lactarius Tony Boniface
170-172 The fungi of Fryerning Churchyard, 2006 update Graham Smith
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