Volume 34 December 1998Click on titles to open single papers or here to open the complete stack in issuu. CONFERENCE 1997 – HEATHLAND – A WASTE OF SPACE?History and ecology of European heathlands. Nigel Webb Heathland moths. Paul Waring Forest Enterprise action for heathland. Rod Leslie Heathland flora - it isn't just Bracken, Heather and Birch. Lynne Farrell Breckland - a unique habitat for beetles. R. Colin Welch A cultural view on European heathlands. Herbert Diemont and Jan Jansen TRANSACTIONSThe Stag Beetle Lucanus cervus L. (Coleoptera: Lucanidae) in Suffolk a first report. Hawes, C. J. The Aquatic and semi-aquatic Heteroptera of Suffolk. Chalkley, A. K. Investigations into the distribution, status and ecology of the Ant-lion Euroleon nostras (Geoffroy in Fourcroy, 1785) (Neuroptera: Myrmeleontidae) in England during 1997. Plant, C. W. Wasps and bees (Hymenoptera) in the Suffolk Sandlings and management for the conservation of these insects. Edwards, M. Overwintering of the Camberwell Beauty in Suffolk. Stewart, R. G. Notes and comments on some Suffolk moths in 1997. Hall, M. R. Noble Grass-veneer moth, Catoptria verellus Zinck (Iepidoptera: Pyralidae) erroneously reported from Suffolk. Aston, A. E. Some recent Suffolk plant records. Hyde, E. M. & Simpson, F. W. Breckland. Rutterford, M. G. NOTES AND OBSERVATIONS Golden Hoverfly possible sighting Aston, A. E. Lesser Golden Hoverfly new to Suffolk Aston, A. E. European eared Leafhopper Aston, A. E. False truffles Heathcote, G. D. Butterflies at Framlingham Aston, A. E. Framlingham moths Aston, A. E. Tachystola acroxantha reaches Suffolk Nicholls, J. Notes on some bryophytes recorded in Suffolk in 1997 Fisk, R. J.