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Essex Naturalist volume (N.S.) No. 30 (2013) £10.00

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  • 128 text pages plus 48 colour pages with 121 plates and 9 insets 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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1-5 Report of the Essex Field Club for 2012-2013
6 Income and expenditure Account Year ended 31 December 2012
7 Balance sheet as at 31 December 2012
8 Independent examiner's report to the Council of Essex Field Club
9-16 EFC Exhibition and Social 1 December 2012 Ken Adams
16 Erratum to Cuming, N. & Bowdrey, J. (2001) Four species of Coleoptera new to Essex.
Essex Naturalist (New Series), 18: 65-66.
17-23 The 2013 AGM Address. Surveying for terrestrial invertebrates Peter Harvey
24-41 Weald Country Park as a classic wildlife site Mary Smith
41-42 An appreciation of Joe Firmin. 1926 - 2013 Ian C. Rose
43-45 Bats in Essex in 2012 John Dobson
45-46 Picture-winged flies Tephritis divisa and Terellia winthemi, published as new to Essex and
new records of Oxyna flavipennis (Diptera: Tephritidae) Peter Harvey
46-47 Eucera longicornis (Hymenoptera: Aculeata, Apidae) in Essex: new sightings Ted Benton
48-49 The first identified nesting aggregation of the Ivy Mining Bee Colletes hederae Schmidt &
Westrich, 1993, recently located in Purfleet, Essex Kara Hardy
50-51 The Large Alder Sawfly Cimbex connatus, a new record for Essex James Northfield
52-54 Essex butterfly report 2012 Robert Smith
54-55 Cross-river migration records of Ringlet Aphantopus hyperantus and Chalkhill Blue
Lysandra coridon (Lepidoptera) Robert Smith
55 Records of inter-species butterfly mating (Lepidoptera) in Essex Robert Smith
56 An uncommon aberration of the White Admiral Ladoga camilla Ted Benton
56-57 A brown lacewing, Drepanepteryx phalaenoides, newly discovered in Essex (Neuroptera:
Hemerobiidae) Rodney Cole
57-60 Essex Orthoptera update for 2012 including phenology of singing males Tim Gardiner
61-72 Changes in saltmarsh vegetation of Little Marsh (Blackwater Estuary, Essex), following
managed coastal realignment Pauline Brooks & John E. Morgan
73 Erratum to Essex Naturalist (New Series) 29 (2012)
74-80 Disused playing fields of Essex: an inventory Tim Gardiner
81-84 Creation of a new geological section at Thorndon Country Park, Brentwood, Essex Gerald
84-91 UK conservation of Streaked Bombardier Brachinus sclopeta (Fabricius 1792)
(Coleoptera: Carabidae) Eleanor Passingham
92 Ferns & fern allies update Ken Adams
92-93 Water Poplars in Essex update Ken Adams
94-106 Results of the “Stag Beetle ‘larval incidents’ in private gardens” survey Maria Fremlin
107-114 The roundheads in the genus Stropharia in Essex Tony Boniface
115-117 The fungi of Fryerning Churchyard: 2012 update Graham Smith
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48 colour pages with 121 plates and 9 insets