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Essex Field Club
Essex Field Club
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You have selected: Essex Naturalist, Vol. 13 1903

PagesItemAuthorPages
1-5Proposals for a Photographic and Pictorial Survey of Essex.Briscoe, A. E. View pages
5-12Work in the field amongst the fungi.Cooke, M. C. View pages
12-12Mycetozoa observed at the Fungus Foray, 1902.Lister, A. View pages
13-21The non-marine Mollusca of the River Lea alluvium at Walthamstow, Essex.Kennard, A. S. View pages
22-23Notes on the spiders observed at the meeting in Epping Forest, July 26th, 1902.Smith, F. P. View pages
23-25Further additions to Epping Forest.  View pages
25-29, 369-371A new forest of Waltham. Preliminary notice.  View pages
30-38The Essex Field Club : Reports of meetings.  View pages
38-48Notes - original and selected.  View pages
49-60, 372-373The spiders of Epping Forest (Continued).Smith, F. P. View pages
60-75On tree-trunk water-pipes.Holmes, T. V. View pages
75-77The limits of the old Forest of Waltham for faunistic purposes.Cole, W. View pages
77-79Notes on sections in the Lea Valley at Canning Town.Kennard, A. S. & Woodward, B. B. View pages
80-81Note on the occurrence of freshwater Mollusca in a water-main at Poplar.Kennard, A. S. & Woodward, B. B. View pages
81-83New Essex marine fishes.  View pages
91-96Notes—original and selected. Zoology.  View pages
97-110, 374The Palaeolithic period in the Thames Basin.Johnson, J. P. View pages
110-112Ancient urns at Braintree.Cole, W. View pages
112-113, 375Notes on a palaeolith from Grays, Essex.Kennard, A. S. View pages
114-114Note on a Neolithic arrowhead from Upton Park, Essex.Kennard, A. S. View pages
115-116Notes on the seeds of plants found in the alluvium of the River Lea, at Walthamstow, Essex.Reid, C. View pages
116-117Notes on marine animals obtained in Essex waters in 1902 and 1903.Sorby, H. C. View pages
117-118Notes on ancient water-pipes.Morley Davies, A. View pages
118-120Notes on the present-day use of wooden water-pipes.Dick, E. View pages
120-123Meeting of Corresponding Societies' Committee of the British Association at Belfast, 1902.  View pages
123-126A plea for an Ordnance map index of prehistoric remains..  View pages
138-174, 376-378The oak galls and gall insects (Cynipidae) of Epping Forest. Part II. Descriptive and faunistic.Lewis, E. J. View pages
174-183The Corresponding Societies' Committee of the British Association, Southport, 1903.Rudler, F. W. View pages
193-193, 379On a polished stone axe from Doddinghurst, Essex.Reader, F. W. View pages
194-196Notes on report of the Essex Bird Protection Society, 1903.Dent, F. View pages
197-202, 380On some Greywethers at Grays Thurrock, Essex.Holmes, T. V. View pages
203-208Notes—original and selected.  View pages
218-229History of Essex botany (Continued).Boulger, Prof. G. S. View pages
229-240Additional notes on tree-trunk water-pipes.Holmes, T. V. View pages
240-243Charcoal-burning in Essex.Dymond, T. S. View pages
272-274, 383Wooden water-pipes at Clerkenwell, London.Reader, F. W. View pages
275-279On the origin of the term "Sarsen Stones.".Holmes, T. V. View pages
280-282On the remains of a supposed pile-dwelling at Woodham Walter, Essex.Christy, M. View pages
283-294The Uredineae and Ustilagineae of Essex : a contribution to the flora of the county.Chittenden, F. J. View pages
294-304Notes—original and selected.  View pages
305-327, 384On the natural history of Pyrites and Gypsum.Rudler, F. W. View pages
328-336EVIdences of prehistoric man in West Kent.Larkby, J. R. View pages
337-340The Corresponding Societies' Committee of the British Association.Rudler, F. W. View pages
340-341Absence of the Beech in Hainhault, As contrasted with Epping Forest.Dalton, W. H. View pages
342-342The re discovery of Limax tenellus, Mull., in Britain and Essex.Petch, T. View pages
343-349, 385Essex worthies, IV. George Edwards, the Stratford naturalist.Avery, J. View pages
350-362The Essex Field Club. - Reports of meetings.  View pages
363-368Notes - original and selected.  View pages
369-385Plates to Volume 13.  View pages
386-389Photographic and Pictorial Survey and record of Essex.  View pages
390-399The Essex Field Club - Rules.  View pages
400-431Extraneous material to Volume 13.  View pages