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Essex Naturalist volume (N.S.) No. 28 (2011) £10.00

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  • 240 pages, 59 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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1-3 Report of the Essex Field Club for 2010-2011
4 Income and expenditure account for 2010
5 Balance sheet for 2010
6-8 EFC Exhibition and Social 4th December 2010 Ken Adams
8-9 Essex Field Centre for Biodiversity & Geodiversity Members Launch at the Green Centre,
Wat Tyler Country Park on 17 September 2011 Peter Allen
10-17 The 2011 AGM Presidential Address. Geodiversity meets Biodiversity Peter Allen
18-24 Deer research in Essex and beyond: the contribution of Donald Chapman (1935-1982)
Norma G. Chapman
25-26 Corsican Mint, Mentha requienii Benth.; Matted Sandmat, Euphorbia serpens Kunth in
Humb., Bonpl. & Kunth; Spotted Spurge, Euphorbia maculata L. new to Essex, and Sweet
Spurge Euphorbia dulcis L. new to Vc18 Ken Adams
27-28 Aceria hippophaena (Nalepa) an eriophyid mite galling Hippophae rhamnoides L. (Sea
Buckthorn), new to Essex Jerry Bowdrey
28-29 Opilio canestrini (Thorell, 1876), a harvestman on the move Peter Harvey
29-33 The exotic seed beetle Bruchus brachialis Fahraeus (Coleoptera: Chrysomelidae:
Bruchinae) established in South Essex Peter Hammond & Peter Harvey
34 The solitary hymenoptera of a dead beech tree and a sphecid wasp new to Essex Ross
35-37 Essex Butterfly Report 2010 Rob Smith
37-42 Essex Orthoptera update for 2010 including new records of the Stripe-winged
Grasshopper from Epping Forest and the great Mole Cricket escape Tim Gardiner
43-48 Preliminary report into the effectiveness of roadside verge management for wildlife
conservation purposes in parts of Basildon New Town Rodney Cole
49-67 Barking Riverside: Office landscaping for biodiversity Connop, S. Lindsay, R., Freeman, J
& Kadas, G.
68-71 Washland wildlife at Laindon Barns Tim Gardiner & Tom Wallace
72-73 Notes on Essex Specialities . 6: Amanita inopinata D.A. Reid & Bas Tony Boniface
74-93 Geological sites in Thurrock Gerald Lucy
94-107 Small mammals in perennial boundary habitats within a lowland agricultural landscape
of south-east Essex John E. Morgan
108-117 Knights of the genus Tricholoma and related fungi in Essex Tony Boniface
118-121 The fungi of Fryerning Churchyard – 2010 update Graham Smith
122-178 Fallow deer on an Essex estate: observations on their biology and ecology Norma G.
179-189 The history and wildlife of Mill Green Common Graham Smith
190-212 A historical account of the Hawkweeds recorded for Essex and their progressive
extermination by flailing of verges & heathland Ken Adams
213-233 Saproxylic invertebrates in Essex: a provisional annotated list Peter Hammond, Peter
Harvey & Del Smith
234 Publications for sale
Guidance for contributors (inside cover)