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Essex Naturalist volume (N.S.) No. 29 (2012) £10.00

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  • 232 pages, 62 colour plates (24 pages) Editorial Team: Adams, K.; Connop, S.; Gardiner, T.; George, B.; Gibson, C.; Harvey, P. & Knowles, A. (Eds.) Journal of the Essex Field Club

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1-4 Report of the Essex Field Club for 2011-2012
5 Income and expenditure account for 2011
6 Balance sheet for 2011
7-13 EFC Exhibition and Social 3 December 2011 Ken Adams
13-15 The 2012 AGM Address. Changes in the Flora of Essex from 1974 to 2011 Ken Adams
16-29 The Essex Field Club in 1907 Mary Smith
30-31 Obituary: Ronald Malcolm Payne (1922-2010) Ken Adams
32-33 Obituary: Reginald William Arthur 1929-2011 David Bain
34 Fungus Report 2011 Tony Boniface
34-37 Gall Recorder’s Report 2010-2011 Jerry Bowdrey
38-41 Some recent records of scarce hoverflies in Essex Roger Payne
42-44 Essex bumblebee report Ted Benton, John Dobson & Roy Cornhill
44-45 Notes on the Bombus jonellus bumblebee population on Tiptree Heath in 2012 Roy Cornhill
46-47 The cuckoo bee Stelis phaeoptera (Kirby, 1802) refound in Essex Peter Harvey, Adrian Knowles
& Gyongyver Kadas
48-50 Butterfly Report 2011 Rob Smith
51-54 The Return of the Purple Emperor to Essex Rob Smith
54 Inland Star-wort Cucullia asteris (Lepidoptera: Noctuidae) record Richard Perryman
55-56 Dragonfly Recorder’s update Ted Benton
57-65 Essex Orthoptera update for 2011 including an assessment of the current status of the Great
Green Bush-cricket on the east coast Tim Gardiner
66-73 Summary of factors that may affect the population dynamics in the Oxlip Primula elatior
R.C.C.Tabor & T. Morton
74-76 Canvey’s lost lake Tim Gardiner & Tom Wallace
77-88 The state of brownfields in the Thames Gateway Jamie Robins and Sarah Henshall
89-94 The Beetle Bump: innovative urban habitat creation for rare insects Stuart Connop
95-96 Restoration of a bat hibernation site in Essex John Dobson
97-109 Managed coastal realignment in Essex salt-marsh: Monitoring the development of vegetation
on former agricultural land following sea-water inundation Pauline Brooks & John E. Morgan
110-112 Notes on Essex Specialities. 16: The jumping spider Heliophanus auratus C.L.Koch, 1835
(Arachnida: Araneae, Salticidae) Peter Harvey
113-128 The minerals of Essex Gerald Lucy
129-135 The Harvest Mouse Micromys minutus Pallas, 1771 in Essex John Dobson
136-174 An interim historical account of the ferns and fern allies of Essex Ken Adams & Tim Pyner
175-194 The bonnet caps in the genus Mycena in Essex Tony Boniface
195-201 The fungi of Fryerning Churchyard 2011 update Graham Smith
202-205 The Galls of Hainault Forest 2006 - 2010 Brian Ecott
206-208 Monitoring trends for the common butterflies of Essex & Cambridgeshire 1983 – 2011 Rob
209-225 Essex Larger Brachycera (Diptera): 2007-2011 Update Neil Harvey
226 Publications for sale
Guidance for contributors (inside cover)