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Essex Naturalist volume (N.S.) No. 39 (2022) £15.00

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  • 284 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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Inside front cover: Guidance for contributors; inside rear cover: publications for sale
1-3 Nigel St. John Cuming (1938-2021) Jerry Bowdrey
4-13 The Ashdon Meteorite Gerald Lucy
13-18 An Essex Yeoman Graham Smith
19-26 Geology at Felsted School, Essex Michael E. Howgate FLS
27-58 Essex Ornithological Summary 2021 Howard Vaughan
59-62 Chinese Water Deer Hydropotes inermis (Swinhoe, 1870), an Essex update John Dobson
62 Rare hare’s ear fungus Otidea nannfeldtii found in Phyllis Curie Nature Reserve Tony Boniface
63-65 Notes on cephalopods on Southend-on-Sea beaches autumn 2020 and 2021 Roger A. Hewitt
66-73 Further observations on the carnivorous slug Testacella haliotidea Draparnaud, 1801 Maria Fremlin & Simon Taylor
74-75 A record of the Nationally Scarce Mesosa nebulosa (Fabricius, 1781) (Coleoptera: Cerambycidae) in Hazeleigh Wood, Maldon on 9th June 2021 and a review of the species’ status in Essex Simon Wood
76-77 Brundinia kraneana (Scheerpeltz, 1931) (Coleoptera: Staphylinidae) new to Essex Adrian Knowles
78 Ectophasia crassipennis (Fabricius, 1794) (Diptera: Tachinidae) new to Essex Adrian Knowles
79 Variegated Fruit-fly Phortica variegata (Diptera: Drosophilidae) new to Essex Peter Harvey
80 The bug Polymerus unifasciatus (Fabricius, 1794) (Heteroptera: Miridae), new to Essex Simon Wood
81-86 Essex Butterfly Report 2021& 2022 Robert Smith
87-88 Fig-leaf Skeletoniser Choreutis nemorana in Essex Bill Crooks
89-91 Cydia inquinatana (Hübner, 1799) new to Essex Richard Gibson
91-92 The micromoth Cydia millenniana Adamczewski, 1967 (Tortricidae: Olethreutinae) new to Essex Graham Ekins
93-133 Essex moth highlights 2021 Dougal Urquhart
134-135 Two new caddis species for Essex, Hydroptila vectis (Curtis, 1834 = maclachani Klapálek, 1890) and Oecetis notata (Rambur, 1842) Graham Ekins
136-148 Salt marsh erosion and sedimentation rates at the Naze Geoff Rayner
149-162 Owls in Essex: their present status and an outlook on their future Jeff R. Martin
163-171 Brent Goose Project Report July 2022
172-177 Bat Roosts in Danbury Living Landscape Jenny Wrayton, Essex Bat Group
178-197 Hadleigh Park White-letter Hairstreak baseline survey 2015 S. Connop and J. Clough
198-201 A preliminary report of an exposure of glacio-tectonics in the White Chalk at Heydon Chalk Pit, Cambridgeshire Michael E. Howgate FLS
201-208 The waxcaps of Little Leighs Churchyard Tony Boniface
209-246 Seeking patterns in the activity of the European Bitterling Rhodeus amarus. An ethological study and discussion Tony Thorn
247-252 The distribution of Great Crested Newt Triturus cristatus within Essex between 2005-2021 Johnnie Johnson
253-258 Southend-on-Sea urban birdwatching in eleven late winter weeks Roger A. Hewitt
259-263 Rearing Spurge Bugs and Firebugs Yvonne Couch
264-269 Trichoptera (caddis) recorded in a Boreham village garden, North Essex, VC19 Graham Ekins
269-272 Spring Meeting exhibits after Southend-on-Sea 18-20 February 2022 storm Roger A. Hewitt
273-276 Annual Report of Council for 2021-22
277 Income and Expenditure Account Year ended for 2021
278 Balance sheet as at 31 December 2021
279-280 Independent examiner’s report to the Council of Essex Field Club