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Essex Naturalist volume (N.S.) No. 34 (2017) £15.00

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  • 304 pages colour throughout Editorial Team: 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 2016-2017
6 Income & expenditure year ended 2016
7 Balance Sheet
8-9 Independent Examiner's report
10-30 EFC Exhibition & Social 3 December 2016 Graham Smith
31-50 Essex Natural History Show held on 20 August 2017 Peter Harvey
51-55 The Essex Recorders partnership
56-68 Looking back at the history of Club - the covers of the Essex Field Club Bulletin Tony Boniface
69-95 Essex 2016 Ornithological Summary Howard Vaughan
96-99 Some Essex mammals in 2016 John Dobson
100 First Essex record of the fungus Paxillus obscurosporus Tony Boniface
101-102 The story of Sandy Stiltball Battarrea phalloides in Essex: a 2017 update Mary Smith
103 New British species of Stalk Puffball determined in Essex by DNA sequencing Tony Boniface
104-105 The semi-slug Phenacolimax major (Férussac, 1807): a new terrestrial mollusc to Essex Simon
106-107 The buzzing spider Anyphaena numida Simon, 1897 new to Britain and Essex Peter Harvey
108-109 The buzzing spider Anyphaena sabina L. Koch, 1866 new to Essex Peter Harvey
109-112 Is the jumping spider Synagales venator (Araneae: Salticidae) on the move? Peter Harvey
113-114 The leafhopper Psammotettix kolosvarensis new to Britain Peter Harvey
114-116 Rambur’s Pied Shieldbug Tritomegas sexmaculatus Rambur, 1839 in Essex Yvonne Couch
117-121 Two flies new to Britain from Essex, one new to science Peter Harvey & Del Smith
122 Discovery of the Alder Wood-wasp Xiphydria camelus in Essex Henry Bearman, age 9
123 Oriental Chestnut Gall Wasp Dryocosmus kuriphilus Yasumatsu, 1951 in Essex Jerry Bowdrey
124 Bryony Mining Bee Andrena florea in North Essex David B. Scott
125-126 Nomada guttulata Schenck, 1861 (Hymenoptera: Aculeata) found in Essex John Taylor
127-128 Finding Nomada zonata Panzer, 1798 at Fingringhoe Wick, Essex David Goddard
129-130 Essex Butterfly Report 2016 Robert Smith
130-131 Spurge Hawk-moth Hyles euphorbiae found in Essex Elliot Wagstaff
132-140 Essex moth highlights 2016 Dougal Urquhart
141-145 Essex Odonata report for 2016 Ted Benton & John Dobson
146 The Variable Damselfly Coenagrion pulchellum Vander Linden, 1925 in Essex. A new record Ted
Benton, David Chandler & John Dobson
147-150 The Colne Point Fire of 2016 Bob Seago & Tim Gardiner
151-153 The distribution and spread of Song Thrush Turdus philomelos territories throughout Hadleigh
and Daws Heath Living Landscape Ashley Pinnock
154-164 Bird communities in the buffer lands of Epping Forest Thomas E. Dickins & Andrew Froud
165-187 What can birds tell us about forest ecosystem function? A case study assessment of bird
foraging patterns in managed semi-natural woodland in south-east Essex Darren Bonner, Peter R.
Hobson & John E. Morgan
188-205 Changes in vegetation of two Essex salt-marshes (2004-2016), Blackwater estuary, following
managed coastal realignment James Oliver & John E. Morgan
206-214 Water Vole Mitigation for the Barking Riverside Development Harry Smith, Emma England & David
215-230 A new GeoPatterns Survey of Essex Walls Ian F. Mercer
231-249 London Clay septaria stratigraphy; eastern Southend-on-Sea beaches Roger Hewitt
250-260 The delights of botanical square-bashing Mary Smith
260-264 Nesting activity in the hazel dormouse, Muscardinus avellanarius (L., 1758) in Essex and Suffolk
Simone Bullion BSc. PhD MCIEEM
264-266 Essex Woodland Bat Project (EWBP) Pat Hatch
266-267 Remote Roost Monitoring Project (RRMP) Pat Hatch
268-281 The distribution of the British species of the genus Polyporus in Essex including a new field key
for their identification Tony Boniface
282-287 Some observations on the life cycle of the Depressed River Mussel Pseudanodonta complanata,
(Bivalvia: Unionidae) and possible impact of its reproductive strategy on conservation of the
species Tony Thorn
288-290 A fascination for shieldbug nymphs Yvonne Couch
291-298 Some scarce Essex gall wasps (Hymenoptera: Cynipoidea) associated with oaks (Quercus spp.)
Jerry Bowdrey