Volume 35 December 1999Click on titles to open single papers or here to open the complete stack in issuu. CONFERENCE 1998 – GOING PLACES – A conference on MigrationInsect migration. Ian Woiwod B.T.O. Atlas of Migration. Chris Wernham The post-glacial history of trees. Colin Ferris Following fish: how we learn about fish migration at sea. Julian Metcalfe Bird migration through Suffolk. Steve Piotrowski TRANSACTIONSFirst leatherback turtle (Dermochelys coriacea) stranding for Suffolk. Langton, T. E. S., Beckett, C. L. & Foster, J. P. Marine fauna off the coast of East Anglia. Ellis, J. R. & Rogers, S. I. The colonisation of Havergate Island, Suffolk by the Starlet Sea Anemone, Nematostella vectensis. Welstead, W. & Shardlow, M. E. Notable saproxylic beetles (Coleoptera) from Aspal Close, Beck Row, near Mildenhall, Suffolk. Welch, R. C. Notes on the Suffolk list of Coleoptera: 6 Scolytidae - an addendum; Platypodidae. Nash, D. R. The Stag Beetle, Lucanus cervus L (Coleoptera: Lucanidae): the 1998 national survey - an interim report. Hawes, C. J. Spiders. Thornhill, W. A. Notes and comments on some Suffolk moths in 1998. Hall, M. R. The decline and extinction of the Pearl-bordered Fritillary, Boloria Euphrosyne L. in Suffolk. Mendel, H. Observations on the Swallowtail Butterfly, Papilio Machaon L in Suffolk 1998. Stewart, R. G. Some recent Suffolk plant records. Hyde, E. M. (Not so) Western Gorse, Ulex gallii in Suffolk. Sanford, M. N. & Lawson, P. G. Ancient hornbeam trees in Burgate Wood, Suffolk. White, J. & Sibbett, N. Ever thine, Claude Morley. Aston, A. E. Suffolk Place-names and wildlife. Heathcote, G. D. A preliminary account of the stratigraphy of Thorington Park Pit. Mottram, H. B. Saline lagoons in the Suffolk Coast Maritime Area. Sibbett, N. E. NOTES AND OBSERVATIONS Aulacidea follioti (Barbotin) a gall wasp (Hymenoptera: Cynipidae) new to Suffolk. Bowdrey, J. P. Notes on some bryophytes recorded in Suffolk during 1998. Fisk, R. J. 1998 notes on Microlepidoptera. Aston, A. E. Freshwater invertebrate recording in Suffolk. Chalkley, A. K. Fungus, Clathrus ruber Lawson, P. G. Game cover as a source of unusual alien plants. Abrehart, T. R. Ant-lions. Mahler, N. Unusual colour form of Green-winged Orchid. Cordon, A.