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Essex Naturalist volume (N.S.) No. 31 (2014) £10.00

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  • 224 text pages plus 32 colour pages with 70 plates 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 2013-2014
5 Income and expenditure Account Year ended 31 December 2013
6 Balance sheet as at 31 December 2013
7 Independent examiner's report to the Council of Essex Field Club
8-16 EFC Exhibition and Social 7 December 2013 Ken Adams
17-19 The 2014 Spring Meeting Address 1. Our Essex Field Club into the future Peter Harvey
20-21 The 2014 Spring Meeting Address 2. Our geology: past, present and future Peter Allen
22-26 The Essex Field Club and the Great War 1914-1918 Bill George
27-40 The Essex Field Club in 1927 Mary Smith
41-43 The Arkesden Boulders: A report of the Geologists’ Association field visit on Saturday 17th
May 2014 Gerald Lucy
44-46 Joan Elizabeth Mummery (1916-2013) Ken Adams
47 Three exciting fungi discovered in Essex Tony Boniface
48-49 Upright Spurge Euphorbia stricta L. new to Vc. 18 and 19 Kenneth J. Adams, Stephen
Clarkson, David F. Dives, & Susan Grayston
49-50 Long-bracted Sedge Carex extensa Goodenough new to Essex Kenneth J. Adams
50 Arocatus longiceps Stål (Hemiptera: Lygaeidae) new to Essex James McGill
51-54 Coelositona cinerascens (Fåhraeus) (Curculionidae) alive and well in the UK Peter
Hammond & Peter Harvey
55 Bradybatus fallax Gerstaecker (Coleoptera: Curculionidae) new to Essex James McGill
55 Sphecodes scabricollis (Hymenoptera: Halictidae) new to Essex Steven Falk
56-58 The Tree Bumblebee Bombus hypnorum (Linn., 1758) in Essex John Dobson & Ted Benton
59-60 Essex Butterfly Report 2013 Louise Bacon & Robert Smith
61 Records of Scarce Tortoiseshell Nymphalis xanthomelas Robert Smith
62-66 Essex Moth Highlights 2013 Dougal Urquhart
67-70 Essex Orthoptera update for 2013 including long-term trends in singing dates Tim Gardiner
71-77 Introduction to Buglife’s Thurrock Stepping Stones project Jamie Robins
78-89 The incidence and spatio-temporal distribution of European Robin Erithacus rubecula in a
lowland farm landscape of south-east Essex during autumn and winter 2011 Robert Morgan
& John E. Morgan
90-105 Dispersal and survivorship in a small population of translocated Water Vole, Abberton
Reservoir, Essex M. Knight, P.R. Hobson, & J.E. Morgan
106-127 Investigation into the habitat requirements of the Sea Aster Mining Bee Colletes halophilus
Verhoeff, 1943 and implications for conservation management Kara Alicia Hardy
128-140 Thames foreshore exposure at Purfleet, Essex, showing a Neolithic Submerged Forest
resting on the Cretaceous Seaford Chalk Formation, Middle Coniacian W.H. George
141-147 Bracket fungi of the Genus Inonotus in Essex Tony Boniface
148-150 The fungi of Fryerning Churchyard - 2013 update Graham Smith
151-175 A flora of Ingatestone & Fryerning Parish Graham Smith
176-208 An interim historical account of the hornworts and liverworts of Essex. Part One Kenneth J.
Adams & Tim Pyner
209-215 An insect fauna from a block of daub from Heybridge Hall, Essex Paul C. Buckland
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