TSNS 2

Volume 2 Parts 1-3 1932-1934
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TRANSACTIONS Part 1
Editorial

Great Squids. Taylor, M. R.

Field Notes on Birds. Murrell, H. C.

British History of the Moth, Fidonia limbaria. Platten, E. W.

A Relic of the Glacial Sands. Fowler, W.

The Mammals of Suffolk. Ticehurst & Andrews, H.

On Zoological Classification. Elliott, E. A.

The Diptera of Suffolk: First Supplement. Harwood, B. S.

Historic Narwhal Tusks. Collings, D.

Birds-nesting in the Ipswich Neighbourhood. Powell, T. G.

Some Sea Saws. Herrington, J.

A Retrospect of Suffolk Naturalists. Morley, C.

Geology Bibliography

Observations

TRANSACTIONS Part 2
Editorial

On the Distribution of Trout in Suffolk, with Observations respecting its Economy. Andrews, H.

Luminous Centipeds. Morley, C.

A Naturalists' Biography: Mr John Davey Hoy, 1797-1839. Brook, W. A.

The Fishes of Suffolk. Collings, D. W.

On the Stone Curlew or Norfolk Plover. Bird, G.

The Hemiptera of Suffolk: First Supplement. Morley, C.

The Pleistocene Site of Ipswich. Reid Moir, J.

On plumage of the Gannet. Doughty C. G.

Entomological Captures about Dunwich. Blair, K. G.

Some Local Plant galls. Ellis, E. A.

Evolution. Elliott, E. A.

Observations

TRANSACTIONS Part 3
Editorial

The English Black Rat as Disseminator of Disease. Taylor, M. R.

Birds nesting around Bury St Edmunds. Burrell, F.

On Platymischus dilatatus, Westw., parasite of a Seaweed Fly. Morley, C.

The Reptiles of Suffolk. Rope, E. R.

A New British Plant and a New Vice-county Record. Airy-Shaw, H. K.

Ornithology in North-east Suffolk. Cook. F. C.

A Table for Naming Bivalve Shells of the Crag, with Revised List of the Species. Morley, C.

East Suffolk Magpies. Bird, G. et al.

The Crustacea of Suffolk: Part 1, Podopthalma. Anon

Bird-ringing. Mayall, A.

On Faunistic Coloration. Elliott, E. A.

Observations