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Essex Field Club
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You have selected: Essex Naturalist, Vol. 12 1901

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1-16, 289Geological notes on the new Reservoirs in the Valley of the Lea, near Walthamstow, Essex.Holmes, T. V. View pages
17-23On the variations in numbers and habitat of marine animals on the coast of Essex during the last ten or twelve years.Sorby, H. O. View pages
24-28Address delivered at the 21st Annual Meeting of the Essex Field Club, March 30th, 1901.Howard, D. View pages
28-31Fish-hooks or gorges of wood from France (similar to those from Essex).Lovett, E. View pages
32-39Annual Report of the Council for the year ended December 31st, 1900.  View pages
39-42The Essex Field Club. Two Hundredth Ordinary Meeting. Saturday, January 26th, 1901.  View pages
42-43The Two Hundred and First Ordinary Meeting. Saturday, February 23rd, 1901.  View pages
43-46Notes on the hand-printing silk works at Waltham Abbey and West Ham.Littler, H. W. View pages
46-48Recent work on molluscan morphology.Howes, Prof. G. B. View pages
48-50The Twenty-First Annual General Meeting and the 202nd Ordinary Meeting. Saturday, March 30th, 1901.  View pages
50-52Queen Elizabeth's Lodge and the Epping Forest Museum.  View pages
52-57Palaeolithic implements from the low-level drift of the Thames Valley. Chiefly from Ilford and Grays, Essex.Johnson, J. P. View pages
57-62, 290Obituary notices.  View pages
62-65The Library Table. Report on the water supply of the county of Essex.Thresh, Dr. J. C. View pages
65-67A handbook of British birds; showing the distribution of the resident and migratory species in the British Islands; with an index to the records of the rarer VIsitants.Harting, J. E. View pages
67-72Notes—original and selected.  View pages
73-116The coming of age of the Essex Field Club. a record of local scientific work; 1880 - 1901.  View pages
117-119Neolithic implements from the North Downs near Sutton, Surrey.Johnson, J. P. View pages
120-123Notes on the Black-headed Gull in Essex in 1901.Clark, P. View pages
123-124Orchis maculata, sub-species ericetorum, Linton, in Epping Forest.Britton, C. E. View pages
125-127Sea-side plants. Being the substance of an address delivered at Canvey Island, June 15th, 1901.Boulger, Prof. G. S. View pages
127-129Epping Forest fungi: reports on the species observed at the Fungus Foray on October, 12th, 1901.  View pages
129-130Amanita citrina, Gon. and Rab., a fungus new to Britain, in Epping Forest.Massee, G. View pages
130-130A fungoid cucumber disease in Essex.Cooke, M. C. View pages
131-134Notes on fungi, forestal and others. Mainly corrigenda to the illustrations of British fungi.1.Cooke, M. C. View pages
135-136Notes on a Manganiferous seam in the Thames Valley Drift at Ilford, Essex.Johnson, J. P. View pages
137-140Manganiferous nodules in the Boulder-clay of Essex.Thresh, M. View pages
140-145The Corresponding Societies Committee of the British Association, Glasgow, 1901. Report of the Club's delegate, F. W. Rudler.  View pages
145-147Anent a Forest Lodge in 1444.Waller, W. C. View pages
147-156, 291The Essex Field Club.  View pages
157-163Conference of the East Anglian naturalists' societies, VIsit to Dunmow and to Lady Warwick's Secondary and Science School at Bigods. Thursday, June 6th, 1901.  View pages
163-166Notes on "dug-out" boats in the ancient marshes of the Lea and the Thames.  View pages
166-167Note on a small shark (? Galeus vulgaris) seen in Brightlingsea Harbour.Sorby, H. C. View pages
167-171Museum notes. No. Iii.  View pages
171-172, 292Obituary notices. the late Edmund Durrant.  View pages
173-175, 293Obituary notices. the late Henry Walker, F.G.S.  View pages
176-180Notes - original and selected.  View pages
181-201, 294-296The spiders of Epping Forest.Smith, F. P. View pages
202-206Geological notes on the new railway between Ilford and Woodford, Essex.Holmes, T. V. View pages
207-217Eolithic implements from the plateau gravel around Walderslade, Kent.Johnson, J. P. View pages
217-221Walton and Frinton, Essex, in 1902. Report of the excursion of the Club, 7th June, 1902.Dalton, W. H. View pages
221-224Notes relating to coast Erosion in Essex and Suffolk. Extracted from the reports of the Committee of the British Association.  View pages
224-231Additional notes on the sections shown at the new reservoirs in the valley of the Lea, near Walthamstow. EVIdence of the puddle-trenches.Holmes, T. V. View pages
231-236, 297On some teeth of Rhinoceros from Ilford, Essex. with remarks on the distribution of Rhinoceros in the Thames Valley deposits.Hinton, M. A. C. View pages
236-237The two forms of the sea-aster (Aster tripolium).Clark, P. View pages
238-240Museum notes No. IV.  View pages
240-243The Library Table. The elements of agricultural geology : a scientific aid to practical farming.Mcconnell, P. View pages
244-250Annual Report of the Council for the year ended December 31st, 1901.  View pages
250-267The Essex Field Club. The 208th Ordinary Meeting (and others).  View pages
267-286The oak galls and gall insects (Cynipidae) of Epping Forest.Lewis, E. J. View pages
286-288Notes - original and selected.  View pages
289-297Plates to Volume 12.  View pages
298-309Index to Volume 12.  View pages
310-321Extraneous material to Volume 12.  View pages