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Essex Naturalist volume (N.S.) No. 36 (2019) £15.00

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  • 296 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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1-20 The Langdon Ridge: a significant addition to the list of Sites of Special Scientific Interest in Essex Rod Cole
21-47 Wildlife changes at Cudmore Grove Country Park 1975 - 2018 Dougal Urquhart
48-57 Essex intertidal muds, sands and shell beds as a guide to fossil shorelines Roger Hewitt
58-67 News from the Essex Field Club Archives Bill George
68-73 Essex Woodland Bat Project (EWBP): 2019 Update Pat Hatch
74-75 The Common Crane, Birding in Frampton Marsh & Winter Visitors poems by Tony Boniface
76-105 Essex 2018 Ornithological Summary Howard Vaughan
106 Conifer Mazegill Gloeophyllum sepiarium found in Essex Tony Boniface
106 Fungus in a flower pot Tony Boniface
107-109 Bats in Essex in 2018 John Dobson
109-111 The return of the Eurasian Beaver Castor fiber Linn. 1758 to Essex John Dobson
112-119 Mollusca recording in Essex: an update Simon Taylor
120-122 Southern Sickle-bearing Bush-cricket Phaneroptera nana new to Essex Tim Gardiner & Yvonne Couch
123-125 A recent record of Four-spotted Leaf Beetle Clytra quadripunctata in North Essex Michael Pannell
126-129 Essex Butterfly Report 2018 Rob Smith
130-131 Second UK record of Scarce Dark Clothes Moth Nemapogon falstriella Clive Riches
132-133 Scythris potentillella (Zeller, 1847) new to Essex Helen M. Bantock
134-136 The Starry Pearl Cynaeda dentalis new to Essex and Kent Knot-horn Moitrelia obductella new to South Essex James McGill & John Little
137-149 Essex moth highlights 2018 Dougal Urquhart
150-152 Key to species of turkey tail fungi Stereum and Trametes Tony Boniface
153 Field key to the British species of the former genus Polyporus Tony Boniface
154-183 Variability in form and growth exhibited by species of freshwater unionid mussels in East Anglia Tony Thorn
184-201 The Roman River in Friday Wood. A hydromorphological discussion Tony Thorn
202-218 A geological field guide to Wrabness, Essex Bill George
219-221 The Southern Green Shieldbug Nezara viridula Yvonne Couch
222-226 A visual comparison of some ladybird larvae and pupae to aid identification Yvonne Couch
227-249 Proposed revised Eocene lithostratigraphy for the Southend area Roger Hewitt
250-252 Annual Report of Council for 2018-2019
253 Income and Expenditure Account Year ended for 2018
254 Balance sheet as at 31 December 2018
255-256 Independent examiner’s report to the Council of Essex Field Club
257-273 EFC Exhibition & Social 1 December 2018 Graham Smith
274-290 Essex Natural History Show held on 11 August 2019 Peter Harvey
291 Guidance for contributors
292 Essex Field Club publications