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Essex Naturalist volume (N.S.) No. 25 (2008) £10.00

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  • 192 pages, 39 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 2007-2008
4 Income and expenditure account for 2007
5 Balance sheet for 2007
6-7 EFC Exhibition and Social 1st December 2007
8-14 The 2008 AGM Address. Bees, wasps and ants of Essex Peter Harvey
14-24 A review of the major checklists and species accounts within Essex Field Club publications
Adrian Knowles
25-32 Edward Arthur Fitch F.L.S., F.E.S. (1854 -1912). Naturalist, entomologist, pioneer of Essex
Cecidology, or one of our greatest disappointments? Jerry Bowdrey
33-47 Biological recording in Essex: using the MapMate recording software Peter Harvey
48-50 Green Jelly Balls Ophrydium versatile (O.F.Müller) Ehrenberg an unusual colonial ciliate new
to Essex from Grays Chalk Quarry Ken Adams and Hilary Belcher
50-52 French Bartsia Odontites jaubertianus (Boreau) D. Dietr. ex Walp., new to Essex Ken Adams
53-56 Ferula communis L. - a new plant for Essex Mary Smith
57 Shining Orache Atriplex sagitatta Borkh. etablished as a roadside halophyte in South Essex
Tim Pyner
58-60 Sonchus tenerrimus L. - a new plant for Essex Bob Creber and Mary Smith
60 New fungus record for Essex: Suillus collinitus Tony Boniface
61-62 The Polecat Mustela putorius in Essex John Dobson
62-63 Bats in Essex in 2007 John Dobson
64-65 Synageles venator (Arachnida: Salticidae), a rare jumping spider refound in Essex and
relost? – again Peter Harvey
66-68 Some recent records of scarce hoverflies – 1998 to 2008. Part 1 Roger Payne
69 The sphecid wasp Cerceris quadricincta (Panzer, 1799) recorded in South Essex Peter Harvey
70 The sphecid wasp Crossocerus styrius (Kohl, 1892) new to Essex Peter Harvey
70-71 A new record of the scorpion fly Panorpa cognata Rambur, 1842 in Essex Peter Harvey
72-75 Orthoptera and allied insects of Essex 2007 Tim Gardiner
76-79 The revival of Lousewort Pedicularis sylvatica L. at Epping Forest J.R. Dagley, A. Froud, S.R.
Gadsdon & I.W. Wilde
80-83 Hallsford Bridge Nature Reserve: a new wildlife oasis Tim Gardiner, Andrew Vaughan and
Peter Harvey
84-87 The Good Easter Fen Tim Gardiner
88-103 White-clawed Crayfish Austropotamobius pallipes (Lereboullet) and non-native crayfish
species in Essex rivers Martin Pugh, Mark Iley & Paul Bradley
104-112 The River Stour crayfish survey 2007 Martin Pugh
Essex Wildlife Trust focus
113-119 Heathland Assessment – Tiptree Heath Andy May
120-127 Notes on Essex Specialities. 13: The status and distribution of Crested Cow-wheat
Melampyrum cristatum L. in Britain, now largely confined to Essex Ken Adams
128-130 The Geology of Norsey Wood Nature Reserve, Billericay Gerald Lucy
131-139 Fungi of Essex: the genus Collybia Tony Boniface
140-147 The fungi of Fryerning Churchyard - 2007 update Graham Smith
148-160 Populations of breeding newts within three ponds at High Beach, Epping Forest Laurence E.
161-166 The Green Tiger Beetle Cicindela campestris L. (Coleoptera: Carabidae) and its parasitoid
Methocha articulata Latreille, 1792 (Hymenoptera: Tiphiidae) in Essex Jerry Bowdrey
167-184 A preliminary list of Essex Diptera. Part 1. Nematocera D.A. Smith
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