TSNS 13

Volume 13 Parts 1-6 1965-1967
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TRANSACTIONS Part 1
Flora of the Coralline and Red Crags of East Suffolk. Simpson, F. W.

Crayfish in Suffolk Rivers. Davies, A. W.

Notes on a Foraging Group of Serotine Bats. Cranbrook, Earl of

Noctule Bats Feeding on Summer Chafers. White, D. A.

An Albino Ramshorn Snail. Eden, E.

The Coming of the Lizard Orchid to the Breck. Rutterford, M. G.

Fenlands-A Lecture. Bingley, F. J.

And Suddenly They're Here. George, W. S.

Collecting in Suffolk, July 1964. de Worms, C. G. M.

Some Further Records of Suffolk Lepidoptera for 1964. de Worms, C. G. M.

The Scarce Black Arches in Suffolk. de Worms, C. G. M.

Movement of White Butterflies. Beaufoy, S.

The Angle-Striped Sallow Moth and other Lepidoptera in Suffolk during 1964. Aston, A. E.

Suffolk Lepidoptera in 1964. Chipperfield, H. E.

NOTES AND OBSERVATIONS Part 1
Serotine Bats-Noctule Bats-Barbastelle Bat-Further Notes on a Stoat-Stoat Swimming-Yellow-necked Mouse--Water Vole-Tape Worm of Duck-Polyporus squamosus-Solanum triflorum-A Tame Cuckoo-More Nest-box Breeding Results-Butterflies Migrating-Arcyria incarnate. Notes

TRANSACTIONS Part 2
The Distribution of some rare Breckland Spiders. Duffey, E. A. G.

Resume of Weather for the Ipswich Area-1964. Burnell, S. J.

Squirrel Survey 1963-1964. Cranbrook, Earl of & Payn, W. H.

The Stag Beetle. Clark, J. M.

Mammal Society’s National Distribution Scheme Cranbrook, Earl of

A Review of British Lepidoptera for 1964. de Worms, C. G. M.

Lepidoptera at Easton Bavents. Bull, A. L.

Lepidoptera near Woodbridge in 1964. Pease, H.

Beccabunga. Willis, J. C. N. & Whiting, M. M.

Book Review. Martin, D. J.

East-Anglian Geology Honoured Anon.

The Suffolk Bird Report for 1964. Payn, W. H.

NOTES AND OBSERVATIONS Part 2
Common Seal--Grey Seal-Shrews and Water-voles- Winter Occupation of Nest-Boxes-The Stilt-An Immigration of Butterflies-Mites from Water-vole-A Correction Notes

TRANSACTIONS Part 3
The Breck Fens. Haslam, S. M.

The Eyes of the Flies. George, W. S.

Neglect of Echolocation by a Noctule Bat feeding in captivity. Cranbrook, Earl of

Resume of Weather for Ipswich Area, April to September, 1965. Burnell, S. J.

New Mammalian Fossils from Red Crag. Spencer, H. E. P.

Some Breckland Fungi. Heathcote, G. D.

Additions to the Suffolk Microlepidoptera. Aston, A. E.

Zanclognatha tarsicrinalis in Suffolk A Noctuid new to the British Isles. de Worms, C. G. M.

The Speckled Footman, taken in Suffolk and its present status in the British Isles. de Worms, C. G. M.

Some Suffolk Lepidoptera Records for 1965. de Worms, C. G. M.

Suffolk Lepidoptera, 1965. Chipperfield, H. E.

Lepidoptera at Weston, 1965. Aston, A. E.

Book Review. Willis, J. C. N. W.

NOTES AND OBSERVATIONS Part 3
Water Shrew-Noctule eaten by Owl-Recapture of Ringed Noctule--Tree-climbing Stoats-Weasel and Blackbirds- Party of Weasels-Large Badger-Red Squirrels-Occupants of Nest-Boxes-Silver-striped Hawk-moths. Notes

TRANSACTIONS Part 4
A Contribution to the Geological History of Suffolk. Part 1. Spencer, H. E. P.

A Review of Lepidoptera in Great Britain during 1965. de Worms, C. G. M.

Fritillaria meleagris. Willis, J. C. N.

Weather Notes for Ipswich Area-1965-66. Burnell, S. J.

Book Review. Willis, J. C. N.

Publication Received. Willis, J. C. N.

The Suffolk Bird Report for 1965. Payn, W. H.

The Great Fall of Migrants - A Special Report. Axell, H. E & Pearson, D. J.

NOTES AND OBSERVATIONS Part 4
Serotine Bat at Leiston-Pigmy Shrew in House-Grey Squirrel in north-east Suffolk-Mammal Society's National Distribution Scheme-AnaIysis of Eggs-Some Recent Geological Finds-Some Breck Flora-The Thorn Apple -Film and Slide Projector Notes

TRANSACTIONS Part 5
Some Larval Trematodes in the Freshwater Fauna of the Flatford Mill Area. Bradley, D. J.

Preliminary Survey of Mammals at Lopham and Redgrave Fens. Fielding, D.

The Flora of a Manorial Pasture. Trist, P. J. O.

A Contribution to the Geological History of Suffolk (Part 2). Spencer, H. E. P.

A Review of Lepidoptera Collecting in Suffolk during 1966. de Worms, C. G. M.

Suffolk Lepidoptera, 1966. Chipperfield, H. E.

The Concolorous Wainscot (Arenostola extrema, Hubner) A Noctuid New to Suffolk: A brief review of its status in the British Isles. de Worms, C. G. M.

The Gold Spangle (Plusia bractea Fabr.) A Noctuid Moth New to Suffolk: A note on its recent extension of range in the British Isles. de Worms, C. G. M.

A Note on Suffolk Lichens. Hawksworth, D. C.

The Common Star of Bethlehem, Dove's Dung (Ornithogalum umbellatum). Willis, J. C. N.

Weather Notes for Ipswich Area - April to September, 1966. Burnell, S. J.

Coralline Crag at Aldeburgh Brickyard. Anon.

A Visit to Rosehill, Farnham, Suffolk. Simpson, F. W.

Book Reviews. Martin, D. J. & Willis, J. C. N. W.

NOTES AND OBSERVATIONS Part 5
White House Martins-Avian Affairs at Benacre Broad- Some Observations on the Feeding of Frogs-Nest Box Breeding Results-Stag Beetle Mr. P. J. 0. Trist- Thorn Apple-Psoralea Americana-Weaning Date of Serotine Bats-Long-cared Bat-Red Squirrels-Grey Squirrels-Badgers Path Obstructed-Cercidiphyllum Spenceri. Notes

TRANSACTIONS Part 6
Some Aspects of Nature Conservation in Suffolk. Simpson, F. W.

The Nature Conservancy. George, M.

A Contribution to the Geological History of Suffolk (Part 3). Spencer, H. E. P.

A Note on the Interglacial Deposit at Bobbitshole, near Ipswich. Sparks, B. W. & West, R. G.

Suffolk Naturalists' Society Deer Survey. Cranbrook, Earl of & Payn, W. H.

Agnes. Purser, G. L.

A Review of British Lepidoptera for 1966. de Worms, C. G. M.

A Survey of the Syrphidae (Hover-Flies) of Redgrave and South Lopham Fens. George, W. S.

Resume of Weather for Ipswich Area-October, 1966 to March, 1967. Burnell, S. J.

Former Suffolk Naturalists. Martin, D. J.

Book Reviews. Martin, D. J. & Willis, J. C. N. W.

The Suffolk Bird Report for 1966. Payn, W. H.

NOTES AND OBSERVATIONS Part 6
Long Eared Bat-Pipistrelle Bats in Snape Church-Speed of Hare-Red and Grey Squirrels-Food of Water Vole- Harvest Mouse-Roe Deer-Fallow Deer-Muntjac Deer- Sonchus maritimus. Notes