TSNS 32

Volume 32 December 1996
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CONFERENCE 1995 – WOOD FOR THE TREES
Opening address. Earl of Cranbrook

History of woodland and wood-pasture. Oliver Rackham

The value of invertebrates as indicators of ancient woodland and especially pasture woodland. Keith Alexander

Woodland variation, now and in the future; every site is different. Keith Kirby

Mammals and the conservation management of woodlands. Pat Morris

Trees and conservation. J. Edward Milner

TRANSACTIONS
Ermine Stoats in Suffolk. Martin, J. R.

1995 - A record year for rare butterflies in Suffolk. Stewart, R. G.

Notes and comments on some Suffolk moths in 1995. Hall, M. R.

Invasion of Dragonflies in 1995. Mendel, H. & Marsh, M. G.

The Golden Hoverfly, Callicera spinolae Rondani. Aston, A. E.

Report on the breeding population of Bee-wolf wasps (Philanthus triangulum) at West Stow Country Park. Gregory, C.

Suffolk Robber Flies (Asilidae). Hubbard, A. C.

Aquatic invertebrates in Suffolk. Chalkley, A. K.

Living on the boundary. Brown, A.

Some recent Suffolk plant records. Hyde, E. M. & Simpson, F. W.

A preliminary survey of the flora of Bamhamcross Common. Crewe, M. D.

NOTES AND OBSERVATIONS
Butterflies at Framlingham July 30th-August 5th. Aston, A. E.

White-point Moth, Mythimna albipuncta D. & S., in 1995. Aston, A. E.

Some infrequent Microlepidoptera. Aston, A. E.

Ranatra linearis - in flight! Chalkley, A. K.

Yellow Archangel with variegated leaves, Lamiastrum galeobdolon ssp. argentatum. Simpson, F. W.

FUNGI & SLIME MOULDS IN SUFFOLK
Fungi & Slime Moulds in Suffolk. Supplement 3. Ellis, M. & Ellis, P.