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Essex Field Club
Essex Field Club
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Pages scanned, read and checked: 22,815. Individual books, articles and papers: 2,444. Total number of words read, checked and indexed: 7,807,111



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You have selected: Essex Naturalist, Vol. 26 1937-40

PagesItemAuthorPages
1-2, 283The Water Violet in Epping Forest.Lister, G. View pages
2-25Enclosures: Essex agriculture, 1500-1900.Coles, R. View pages
26-29Birds taking rubber articles.Glegg, W. View pages
30-50Some fungi in wood.Jane, F. W. View pages
51-61The Essex Field Club - Reports of meetings.  View pages
61-64Report of the Club's delegate to the Conference of Delegates of Corresponding Societies, British Association Meeting in Nottingham, 1937.Scourfield, D. J. View pages
65-103, 284Old Essex gardeners and their gardens (Presidential Address).Ramsbottom, J. View pages
104-107, 285A brackish water community near Southend.Howes, N. H. View pages
107-113Some fungi in wood (Continued).Jane, F. W. View pages
114-122The Essex Field Club - Reports of meetings and Report of the Council.  View pages
123-130The fungi of Epping Forest.Pearson, A. A. View pages
131-133, 286The occurrence of Cerianthus in the plankton off Southend.Lambert, F. J. View pages
133-136, 287The occurrence of the White Stork (Ciconia c. ciconia) in Essex.Glegg, W. E. View pages
136-160The "Red Hills" of Canvey Island.Linder, E. View pages
160-162Mycetozoa found during the Fungus Foray on October 15th, and the Cryptogamic Foray on November 12th, 1938, in Epping Forest.Lister, G. View pages
162-168A forgotten Essex gardener-botanist.Crouch, C. H. View pages
168-178The Essex Field Club - Reports of meetings.  View pages
178-181Report of the Club's delegate to the Conference of Delegates of Corresponding Societies, British Association Meeting in Cambridge, 1938.Scourfield, D. J. View pages
181-182Notes: original and selected.  View pages
183-184, 288Perichaena pedata G. Lister. a mycetozoon new to Essex.Lister, G. View pages
184-193Additional records of Essex plants.Brown, G. C. View pages
193-197, 289Some account of the life of George Glover, "Forger".Thompson, P. View pages
198-204A forgotten Essex gardener-botanist (Continued).Crouch, C. H. View pages
204-220, 290Centuriation in Essex. An account of Roman agriculture in the County.Coles, R. View pages
220-229The Essex Field Club - Reports of meetings.  View pages
229-230Notes: original and selected.  View pages
231-246, 291The microscopic life of the "Leaf-Carpet" of woods and forests.Scourfield, D. J. View pages
247-248Habits of the Little Owl in Essex.Dent, G. View pages
248-255Additional records of Essex plants (Continued).Brown, G. C. View pages
256-268Broad features of the ornithology of Essex.Glegg, W. E. View pages
268-270Note on the difference in the coloration of the head in Asellus aquaticus and A. meridianus.Scourfield, D. J. View pages
270-272The "Red-Hills" of Canvey Island. Supplementary notes.Linder, E. View pages
272-281The Essex Field Club - Reports of meetings.  View pages
281-282Notes : original and selected.  View pages
283-291Plates to Volume 26.  View pages
292-311Extraneous material to Volume 26.  View pages