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Essex Naturalist volume (N.S.) No. 27 (2010) £10.00

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  • 248 pages, 57 colour plates (24 pages) Editorial Team: Adams, K.; Buell, S.; Connop, S.; Gardiner, T.; George, B.; Gibson, C.; Harvey, P. & Knowles, A. (Eds.) Journal of the Essex Field Club

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1-5 Report of the Essex Field Club for 2009-2010
6 Income and expenditure account for 2009
7 Balance sheet for 2009
8-11 EFC Exhibition and Social 5th December 2009 Ken Adams
12-28 The 2010 AGM Address. Tendring has geodiversity Peter Allen
29-36 The Essex Field Club in 1887 Mary Smith
37-51 Alfred Russel Wallace and Epping Forest Richard Morris, OBE
52-54 Panicled Willowherb Epilobium brachycarpum C. Presl new to the British Isles Ken Adams
54-55 Swamp Orb Mussel Sphaerium nucleus (Studer, 1820) (Mollusca: Sphaeriidae) living near
Chelmsford Peter Wilson
56-60 A progress update on Mollusca recording in Essex Simon Taylor
61-64 Isocolus jaceae (Schenck) (Hymenoptera: Cynipidae) a gall-wasp new to Essex Jerry Bowdrey
64-66 An Australian species of chalcid wasp Ophelimus ?maskelli Ashmead (Hymenoptera:
Eulophidae), galling Eucalyptus, established in Essex Jerry Bowdrey
67-68 The comb-footed spider Anelosimus aulicus (Araneae: Theridiidae), a modern record for
Essex Peter Harvey
68 The cantherid beetle Cerapheles terminatus (Ménétriés, 1832) (Coleoptera: Malachiidae) new
to Essex Peter Harvey
69 Enemies of figwort weevils Cionus spp. (Coleoptera: Curculionidae) Ross Piper
70 Diaperis boleti (Coleoptera: Tenebrionidae) in Hatfield Forest Ross Piper
70-71 Cymatia rogenhoferi (Fieber, 1864) (Heteroptera: Corixidae) new to Essex Pam & Peter Wilson
71-72 Dryodurgades antoniae (Melichar, 1907) (Auchenorrhyncha: Cicadellidae) new to Britain Peter
72 Further notes on the crabronid wasp Crossocerus congener (Dahlbom, 1845) in Essex Adrian
73 Nest provisioning in Crossocerus megacephalus (Hymenoptera: Sphecidae) Ross Piper
74 The crabronid wasp Crossocerus walkeri new to Essex Peter Harvey
75-76 Southern Migrant Hawker Aeshna affinis (Vander Linden, 1820) and Southern Emerald
Damselfly Lestes barbarus (Fabricius, 1798), new to Essex John Dobson, Neil Phillips & Ted
77-82 Essex Orthoptera update for 2009 including an assessment of heathland restoration at
Tiptree Heath and Norton Heath Common Tim Gardiner
83-90 Where have the flowers (including our last Fly Orchids) gone? Response of the ground flora
to surfacing of a green lane to improve public access along the Essex Way Tim Gardiner
91-96 Norton Heath Common: happy hunting grounds for botanists once more? Tim Gardiner
Essex Wildlife Trust focus
97-110 The Flora of Blue House Farm. Essex Wildlife Trust Reserve Graham Smith
111-116 Bardfield Oxlip Recovery Programme R.C.C. Tabor & D.W. Joyce
117-131 Cranham Marsh hydrology and implications for conservation management Tony Gunton
132-133 Notes on Essex Specialities: 5: Sickle-leaved Hare’s-ear Bupleurum falcatum L. subsp.
falcatum. An Update Alan Roscoe & John Cullum
134-135 A 19th Century Salmon or Sea Trout Salmo trutta L.1758 from Essex Jerry Bowdrey
136-153 Geological sites in south-east Essex Gerald Lucy
154-156 Records of nautiloid extinction from near Southend R.A. Hewitt
157-163 Oyster mushrooms of the genus Pleurotus and related fungi in Essex Tony Boniface
164-165 The fungi of Fryerning Churchyard - 2009 Update Graham Smith
166-173 The flowering plants and ferns of walls in South Essex Vc.18. 2007-2010 Ron Payne
174-185 The status and clonal distribution of Water Poplars Populus nigra betulifolia in Essex and the
features distinguishing them morphologically from the numerous exotic poplars now grown
in the county Ken Adams
186-195 Population dynamics of the Great Crested Newt Triturus cristatus at High Beach, Epping
Forest Laurence E. Jarvis
196-199 A review of two bat hibernation sites in Essex John Dobson
200-208 Incidence of small mammals in a linear scrub feature within an agricultural landscape,
Writtle College estate, during Spring months 2007-10 John E. Morgan
209-213 The use of bat detectors reveals a widespread population of Grey Bush-cricket Platycleis
albopunctata at Colne Point and St Osyth naturists’ beach Tim Gardiner, Bob Seago, Ted
Benton & John Dobson
214-230 Weather-dependence of Lucanus cervus L. (Coleoptera: Scarabaeoidea: Lucanidae) activity
in a Colchester urban area Maria Fremlin & David H. Fremlin
231-242 A preliminary list of Essex Diptera. Part 3. Calyptratae D.A. Smith
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