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100 Years of Cambridge Meteorological Records (Lizzy Carroll, Tim Sparks & Tim Upson) 50, 10
100 Years of Plant Sciences in Cambridge (2004), by Peter J. Grubb, Anne Stow, & S. Max Walters (review by Philip Oswald) 47, 97
Abandoned Oxbridge line, The (F.H. Perring & C. Huxley) 12, 21
Additional records of Cambridgeshire Myxomycetes (Bruce Ing) 46, 9
Additional Sulphur Clover populations (Philippa M. Harding and Paul T. Harding) 55, 129
Additions to the bryophyte flora of Cambridgeshire (H.L.K. Whitehouse) 1, 25
Additions to the bryophyte flora of Cambridgeshire in the last 50 years (C.D. Preston) 48, 73
Additions to the vascular flora of Cambridgeshire (F.H. Perring) 1, 27
Adventitious woody plants of the A14 cutting in Girton (Hilary Belcher & Erica Swale) 37, 44
Alice Hibbert-Ware (A.Turk & T.H. Sparks) 42, 76
Alisma gramineum Lej. A new county record (R.P. Libbey & E.L. Swann) 16, 39
Analysis of Barn Owl pellets from a fen habitat (John Green & Roger Featherstone) 51, 67
Ancient Trees in the Landscape: Norfolk's Arboreal Heritage (2011), by G. Barnes and T. Williamson (review by Oliver Rackham) 54, 84
Ancient Woodland Butterflies (Louise Bacon) 58, 15
Annotated Check List of the Flora of the Devil's Ditch, An (A C Leslie) 53, 3
Announcing a Fenland Flora (Owen Mountford and Jonathan Graham) 55, 112
Aquatic plants at the Ouse Washes in 1978 (G.J. Thomas, D.S. Allen & M.P.B. Grose) 23, 29
Aquatic plants of the River Cam and its riparian commons, Cambridge, 1660–1999, The (C.D. Preston) 50, 18
Arable weeds in Bassingbourn fields and gardens (P.D. Sell) 28, 19
Are Polypodium interjectum and P. vulgare increasing in Cambridgeshire? (David Barden & C. D. Preston) 51, 12
Armed ponds of Cambridgeshire, The (Oliver Rackham) 11, 25
Ash Tree, The (2014), by Oliver Rackham (review by Michael F. Foley) 57, 150
Atlas of British & Irish Bryophytes (2014) edited by T.L. Bockeel, S.D.S. Bosanquet, M.O. Hill & C.D. Preston (review by Jonathan Shanklin) 57, 154
Auchenorrhyncha of the Fleam Dyke (P. Kirby and J.P.E.C. Darlington) 57, 54
Aurelian Legacy: British Butterflies and their Collectors, The (2000), by Michael A. Salmon (review by L.E. Friday) 43, 45
Autumn and winter at Hayley Wood (P.D. Sell) 23, 27
Avifauna of Bottisham Park, The (P.M.M. Bircham) 21, 31

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B.S.B.I. Monitoring Scheme in TL45 (Graham Easy) 30, 54
Backs, The: CNHS Field Studies area of 2011 (Jonathan Shanklin) 54, 65
Badger in Cambridgeshire, The (A.E. Vine) 8, 50
‘Babingtonia pestifera’ - the explosive spread of Elodea canadensis and its intellectual reverberations (Chris Preston) 44, 40
Barbastelle at Wimpole, The (Simon Damant & Chris Vine) 48, 60
Barn Owl pellets - a practical insight into nocturnal life for Cambridgeshire schoolchildren (G. Alan Revill) 38, 65
Bats in Cambridgeshire (Tony Smith) 29, 58
Bearded Tit in Cambridgeshire (G.M.S. Easy) 10, 27
Bearded Tits at Wicken (A.E. Vine) 3, 37
Bee Wolf (Philanthus triangulum), The (Bill Clark) 48, 55
Bees at Horningsea (Peter F. Yeo) 39, 16
Bee-wall at Horningsea, A (Erica Swale & Hilary Belcher) 34, 58
Beginnings of the Cambridge Natural History Society: the Nineteeth Century, The (Henry Tribe) 57, 124
Biodiversity Benefits of Cambourne, The (Rob Mungovan) 50, 51
Biology and conservation of Milk-parsley Peucedanum palustre at Wicken Fen, The (H. John Harvey & T.C. Meredith) 24, 38
Bird populations and communities at Hope Farm, Knapwell 2003 - 2004 (Peter Bircham) 47, 68
Bird populations and communities in Madingley parish (P.M.M. Bircham, A.A. Weedon, G.P. Weedon & T.J. Murfitt) 36, 68
Birds in Cambridgeshire - the past, present and future: a review for the Millennium (Peter Bircham & Bill Jordan) 42, 45
Birds of Cambridgeshire's Ancient Woodlands (Louise Bacon) 58, 20
Birds of Hayley Wood. Cambridge Bird Club’s survey of CAMBIENT Reserves (D.F. Madin) 22, 34
Birds of Knapwell Wood, 1970, The (P. Moule) 14, 25
Birds of the Cambridge University Botanic Garden (David Harper) 26, 49
Birds of the Swavesey Fens (C.J. Cadbury) 28, 2
Black Poplars in Cambridgeshire (Graham Easy) 25, 45
Black Poplars Populus nigra in Cambridgeshire (Graham Easy) 33, 45
Black Poplars (Populus nigra betulifolia) in Cambridgeshire (Louise Bacon) 51, 69
Black squirrels in Girton (Hilary Belcher & Erica Swale) 37, 43
Black squirrels of Cambridgeshire, The (Sheila Pankhurst & Alison Thomas) 46, 61
Bog Oaks in Haddenham's Fens in February 2009 (Paul Mason) 52, 49
Botanical recording at Wimpole Park (Charles Turner) 21, 24
Botanical recording: Whatever happened to the C.F.G.? (Jane Bulleid) 41, 98
Botanizing in Cambridgeshire in the 1820s (G. Crompton) 39, 59
Bottisham Park Survey, The (P.C. Chapman) 18, 22
Bourn Free (Jess Hatchett, Ruth Hawksley & Vince Lea) 55, 118
Brampton Wood purchased by the Wildlife Trust (Katherine Campbell) 35, 66
Brampton Wood: a Natural History (2005), edited by T. Collins, B. Dickerson, P.E.G. Walker & T.C.E. Wells (review by Oliver Rackham) 48, 100
Breck, Fen and Forest (1992), by M.G. Rutterford (review by John Trist) 35, 79
‘Breckland Bent’ in Cambridgeshire (Graham Easy) 34, 43
‘Breckland-type’ flora on Cambridge Science Park, A (David Barden) 48, 20
Breeding birds of Chippenham Fen National Nature Reserve in 1981 and 1982: some effects of the 1981/82 winter, The (Derek R. Langslow) 26, 25
Breeding of Sudan Crowned Cranes in Cambridgeshire, The (C.J. Cadbury & A.E. Vine) 2, 36
Breeding songbird population of Wicken Fen, The (P.M.M. Bircham) 46, 82
Breeding water birds in Cambridgeshire in 1988 (Graham Easy) 31, 32
Brief history of the Trust, A (Ian Hepburn) 13, 18
British Plant Communities Volume 1: Woodlands and scrub (1991), edited by J.S. Rodwell (review by Charles Turner) 34, 15
British Plant Communities Volume 2: Mires & heaths (1998), edited by J.S. Rodwell (review by Philip Oswald) 40, 77
British Plant Communities Volume 3: Grasslands & montane communities (1998), edited by J.S. Rodwell (review by Philip Oswald) 40, 77
British Plant Communities Volume 4: Aquatic communities, swamps & tall-herb fens (1998), edited by J.S. Rodwell (review by Philip Oswald) 40, 77
British Plant Communities Volume 5: Maritime communities & vegetation of open habitats (2000), edited by J.S. Rodwell (review by Philip Oswald) 42, 88
British Warblers (1985), by Eric Simms (review by Peter Sell) 28, 33
Bromus interruptus (Hack.) Druce – Dodo or phoenix? (Duncan Donald) 23, 48; 23, 51
Bromus interruptus (Hack.) Druce. A botanical dodo? (F.H. Perring) 5, 28
Bryophyte records (H.L.K. Whitehouse) 27, 7; (C.D. Preston & H.L.K. Whitehouse) 28, 60; 29, 77; 30, 61; 31, 65; 32, 80; 33, 67; 34, 73; 35, 85; 36, 94; 37, 51; 39, 87; 40, 85; 41, 102; (C.D. Preston & M.O. Hill) 42, 94; 43, 55; 44, 55; 45, 76; 46, 90; 47, 92; 48, 96; 49, 96; 50, 124; 51, 92; 52, 73; (T.G. Charman and C.D. Preston) 53, 89; 54, 78; (M. Burton and C.D. Preston) 55, 137; 56, 79; 57, 139; 58, 98
Bryophyte sites in Cambridgeshire (Angela E. Newton) 28, 23
Bryophytes added to the county list during 1959 (H.L.K. Whitehouse) 3, 27
Bryophytes added to the county list during 1959; 1960; 1961 (H.L.K. Whitehouse) 5, 38
Bryophytes added to the county list during 1960 (H.L.K. Whitehouse) 4, 43
Bryophytes on imported limestone in Cambridge University Botanic Garden 1955–1991 (C.D. Preston & H.L.K. Whitehouse) 34, 45
Bulbous Meadow-grass in Cambridgeshire (A.C. Leslie) 58, 25
Bumpy start, A: the founding of Nature in Cambridgeshire from the point of view of the council minutes of Cambridge Natural History Society (Toby Carter) 50, 106
Butterflies and butterfly-watching in Cambridgeshire (T.J. Bennett) 30, 31
Butterflies and moths in suburbia (Colin Smith) 31, 19
Butterflies of Cambridgeshire, The (2006), by R. Field, V. Perrin, L. Bacon & N. Greatorex-Davies (review by Paul Harding) 49, 108
Butterflies of Cambridgeshire, The (B.O.C. Gardiner) 6, 31
Butterflies of Cambridgeshire: highlights of a county survey (1985–1992), The (Tim Bennett & Val Perrin) 36, 3
Butterfly Monitoring Scheme in Cambridgeshire - coming of age, The (Tim Sparks & Nick Greatorex-Davies) 39, 22
Buzz pollination of Comfrey at Wicken Fen (Naomi Saville & Hilary Chapman) 30, 16
Byron’s Pool (Peter J. Wilson) 39, 17

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C.C. Babington, Cambridge botany and the taxonomy of British flowering plants (D.E. Allen) 41, 2
Calamints in Cambridgeshire (Graham Easy) 35, 63
Cam Valley Forum, The (Elizabeth O’Beirne Ranelagh) 44, 60
Cam Valley Forum, The 43, 59
CAMBIENT Ecological Survey (Sarah Douglas & Peter Seccombe) 23, 40
CAMBIENT Ecological Survey (Sarah Douglas & Peter Seccombe) a second report (with M.E. Smith) 26, 19
CAMBIENT Watch Club (Keith McNaught) 24, 9; 25, 9; 26, 10
Cambridge City’s first Local Nature Reserve (S.M. Walters) 35, 2
Cambridge Conservation Volunteers 40th Anniversary a great success 45, 86
Cambridge crocodile, A (Erica Swale & Hilary Belcher) 37, 43
Cambridge Gardens (1984), by Ronald Gray (review by Margaret Meade) 28, 31
Cambridge Habitat Survey: a voluntary approach to Phase 1 surveying, The (Kevin Hand) 34, 50
Cambridge Milk-parsley (Selinum carvifolia) needs a helping hand in Cambridgeshire. (C. James Cadbury) 51, 28
Cambridge myxomycetes (Bruce Ing) 5, 41
Cambridge Natural History Society Year 2004-5, The (Toby Carter) 48, 85
Cambridge Natural History Society Year 2007-8, The (Toby Carter) 50, 116
Cambridge Natural History Society One Century Ago, The (Henry T. Tribe) 50, 113
Cambridgeshire Amphibian Survey Report 2014 (S. Allain and M. Goodman) 57, 101
Cambridgeshire and Huntingdonshire ladybirds. (Robert Frost & Peter M.J. Brown) 51, 20
Cambridgeshire and Peterborough Otter Survey 2007 (Ruth Hawksley) 50, 74
Cambridgeshire and Peterborough Pond Survey Report 2008 (2009) by CPBRC (review by Norman W. Moore) 51, 110
Cambridgeshire and Peterborough Provisional Mammal Atlas (2005), by L. Bacon (review by Toby Carter) 48, 99
Cambridgeshire ants (Bruce Ing) 3, 27
Cambridgeshire Bats - an update. The work of the Cambridgeshire Bat Group. (Val Perrin) 46, 64
Cambridgeshire bryophyte records since publication of A Flora of Cambridgeshire (H.L.K. Whitehouse) 9, 51
Cambridgeshire butterflies in 1959 (B.O.C. Gardiner) 3, 24
Cambridgeshire charophytes (Bruce Ing) 12, 31
Cambridgeshire Dragonfly Survey 1991–1993, The (Val Perrin & Ian Johnson) 37, 8; 38, 15
Cambridgeshire elms (R.H. Richens) 3, 18
Cambridgeshire farm bird life over seven decades (Graham Easy) 48, 44
Cambridgeshire ferns – ecclesiastic and ferroviatic (S.M. Walters) 12, 22
Cambridgeshire fleas, The: a species list and notes on collection (R.S. George) 9, 42
Cambridgeshire Flora Records since 1538 (Gigi Crompton) 43, 60
Cambridgeshire myxomycetes revisited (Bruce Ing) 40, 53
Cambridgeshire Otter Survey - 2012 (Peter Pilbeam) 55, 44
Cambridgeshire plant tetrad recording scheme in 1982 (Charles Turner & M.E. Smith) 26, 15
Cambridgeshire saltmarsh, The (P. Adam & J.R. Akeroyd) 21, 26
Cambridgeshire Strepsiptera (Bruce Ing) 19, 19
Cambridgeshire Verbascums (Graham Easy) 48, 16
Cambridgeshire’s changing Lepidoptera (Brian O.C. Gardiner) 1, 21
Cambridgeshire 's disappearing arable flora (C.J.Cadbury) 58, 35
Carnivorous slug Testacella in Cambridgeshire, The (Fred Naggs, Dinarzarde Raheem & Prem Budha) 50, 48
Catastrophic 99.8% crash of the Water Vole population of Cambridgeshire between 1989 and 1997, The (D.J. Jefferies, R. Strachan & C.Strachan) 46, 3
Census of the small mammals in Fulbourn Educational Nature Reserve, A (Martin Popplewell) 30, 35
Centipedes and millipedes (Bruce Ing) 4, 28
Chafers on my chimney (Toby Carter) 58, 85
Change in status of raptors in old Cambridgeshire since 1945, The (P.M.M. Bircham & W.J. Jordan) 33, 4
Changes in the lichens of Chippenham Fen (Mark Powell) 53, 61
Changes in the new Hayley Lane Hedge (Julia Hutchison) 29, 72
Changes in the woodlands of West Cambridgeshire with special reference to the period 1946–1973 (Paul T. Harding) 18, 23
Changes in wildlife and their habitats in Cambridgeshire 1940 – 2008: a personal account (Norman W Moore) 50, 3
Changing face of nature in Bassingbourn (1930s–1980s), The (Peter Sell) 31, 12
Changing land-use in South Cambridgeshire: its effect on Serotine Bats (Mark F. Robinson & Robert E. Stebbings) 36, 62
Chapters in the life of Robert Marsham (1708-1797) (2008) by Tim Sparks & John Lines (review by Jane Bulleid) 50, 136
Checklist of the Flora and Fauna of Wicken Fen (2000), edited by Laurie Friday & Basil Harley (review by Henry Arnold) 43, 49
Checklist of the Flora of Cambridgeshire, A (1983), by G. Crompton & H.L.K. Whitehouse (review by S.M. Walters) 26, 24
Chemistry of the Waters of Wicken Fen (Robert Perrin) 25, 22
Cherries and plums of Cambridgeshire, The (Peter Sell) 33, 29
Cherry Hinton Survey 2009 (Jonathan Shanklin) 52, 52
Chinese Water Deer and Muntjac browsing at Woodwalton Fen NNR (Arnold Cooke) 54, 21
Chromatium
in a brick pit at Wicken (Shaun McGarry) 25, 30
Cimbex connata (Schrank), a large rare sawfly, from Sandy Lane, Cambridge (Erica Swale) 42, 83
Clearance of scrub and re-establishment of chalk grassland on the Devil’s Dyke (P.J. Grubb & Barbara A. Key) 18, 18
Climate of Cambridgeshire (J.W. Clarke) 2, 34
CNHS Survey report on Great Kneighton (J. Shanklin) 56, 62
CNHS Report for 2014; West Cambridge and the Coton Footpath (Jonathan Shanklin) 57, 115
CNHS Report for 2015; Coe Fen (Jonathan Shanklin) 58, 80
Coe Fen - a report on the CNHS Survey project for 2005 (Jonathan Shanklin & Steve Hartley) 48, 80
Coldham’s Common: A report on the CNHS Survey project for 2007 (Jonathan Shanklin & Steve Hartley) 50, 96
Coleoptera of Thriplow wet meadows 1963, The (A.C. Warne) 7, 15
Collins Guide to the Wild Flowers of East Africa (1987), by M. Blundell (review by S.M. Walters) 30, 25
Common lands of Cambridgeshire, The (Derek Wells) 23, 42
Conference of County Naturalists’ Trusts, Norwich 18 to 20 May 1962 (W.E.H. Fiddian) 6, 37
Conservation of the Chalkhill Blue and other butterflies on the Devil's Dyke (Vince Lea) 53, 24
Conspicuous growth of algae in Trumpington Street, Cambridge, A (Hilary Belcher & Erica Swale) 34, 28
Contributions towards a new algal flora of Cambridgeshire (Hilary Belcher, Eric George & Erica Swale) 48, 24
Contributions towards a new algal flora of Cambridgeshire II (Hilary Belcher, Eric George & Erica Swale) 49, 25
Contributions towards a new algal flora of Cambridgeshire (Vice-county 29), III. Phylum Chlorophyta, class Chlorococcales (first part) (Hilary Belcher, Eric George & Erica Swale) 50, 37
Contributions towards a new algal flora of cambridgeshire IV. (Hilary Belcher, Eric George & Erica Swale) 51, 34
Contributions towards a new algal flora of Cambridgeshire (Vice-county 29) V. Phylum Chlorophyta continued. (Hilary Belcher, Eric George & Erica Swale) 52, 23
Contributions towards a new algal flora of Cambridgeshire (Vice-county 29) VI. Phylum Chlorophyta continued. (Hilary Belcher, Eric George & Erica Swale) 53, 28
Contributions towards a new algal flora of Cambridgeshire: 7. Rhodophyta. (Hilary Belcher, Erica Swale and Eric George) 55, 71
Conversazione of the Cambridge Natural History Society, The (Henry T. Tribe) 50, 108
Coton Coutryside Reserve Survey 2010, The (Jonathan Shanklin) 53, 73
Cottenham Boundaries Survey. (Peter Pilbeam) 51, 73
Coypu come to Cambridgeshire (C.W. Rowell) 5, 35
Crassula helmsii , the Swamp Stonecrop, near Cambridge (Erica Swale & Hilary Belcher) 25, 59
Crested Cow-wheat in trouble (C. James Cadbury) 55, 22
Cuckoo. Cheating by Nature. (2015), by Nick Davies (review by Louise Bacon) 58, 107
Cuckoo as musician, The (Nicholas Warner) 24, 44
Current distribution of Green-winged Orchid Orchis morio L. in Huntingdonshire (v.c. 31), the Soke of Peterborough (v.c. 32) and old Cambridgeshire (v.c. 29), The (Peter Stroh) 49, 3
Cynipidae (Hymenoptera) galls at Conington Hall, Cambridgeshire, with particular reference to their occurrence on introduced oaks (R. Colin Welch) 36, 78

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Dactylorchids of Wicken Fen, The (Peter Sell) 29, 69
Daphnia magna at Wicken Fen (L.J. Walley) 3, 35
Dark-leaved Willow Salix nigricans in Cambridgeshire (Duncan Donald) 24, 50
Darwin’s Mentor John Stevens Hensow 1796 - 1861 (2001), by S.M. Walters & E.A. Stow (review by Philip Oswald) 43, 47
Desk survey of the Great Crested Newt Triturus cristatus in the old county of Cambridgeshire, A (Gary Burt) 32, 59
Desmids (Algae, Chlorophyceae) from a Cambridgeshire footbridge (Hilary Belcher & Erica Swale) 40, 70
Development of the pappus in ligulate Compositae (H. Meyer) 7, 31
Diatoms of Wicken Fen and Hayley Wood, The (E.A. George) 6, 39
Dingy Skipper on Devil's Dyke, The (Hilary Conlan) 54, 33
Diptera of the Devil's Ditch, Cambridgeshire (I Perry) 55, 76
Distribution and conservation of the Otter in Cambridgeshire (v.c. 29) - past and present (John Green & Sharon Hearle) 39, 7
Distribution and ecology of two UK BAP moths in Cambridgeshire: the Square-spotted Clay and the Buttoned Snout, The (Robin Field & Paul Waring) 48, 64
Distribution of birds across different habitats at Castor Hanglands National Nature Reserve (Susan Gough) 41, 11
Distribution of parish pits in the County of Cambridge (excluding the Isle of Ely), The (M.C. Anderson) 1, 30
Distribution of the Oxlip Primula elatior (L.) Hill in Cambridgeshire, The (C.D. Preston) 35, 29
Distribution of the Serotine Bat in Cambridgeshire, past and present (Mark F. Robinson) 34, 24
Ditch flora of the Ouse Washes (Cambridgeshire and West Norfolk), The: a comparison between 1978 and 1992 (James Cadbury, Lesley Halshaw & Richard Tidswell) 36, 17
Ditch flora of the Ouse Washes (Cambridgeshire/Norfolk) revisited in 2001 (C.J. Cadbury, M. Prosser & H. Wallace) 45, 37
Ditton Meadows Survey (Jonathan Shanklin & Steve Hartley) 51, 75
Does Cambridgeshire have ancient woodland bryophytes? (C.D. Preston and M .O. Hill ) 58, 3
Dog House Grove, Wilburton. A school’s contribution to the management of a nature reserve (Pamela M. Harden) 22, 39
Doggett - the Cambridge animal doctor and taxidermist (P.A. Morris) 47, 86
Dwarf Stonewort reappears at Wicken Fen (C.J. Cadbury) 43, 34

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Early Days of Monk’s Wood 1961 – 1963, The (Norman W. Moore) 50, 6
Early Meadow-grass in Cambridgeshire (C.J. Cadbury and A.C. Leslie) 58, 32
Ecology teaching in Gamlingay Cinques (Cicely Kerr) 18, 35
Effect of a Wet Winter on the survival of Marsh Orchids on Chippenham Fen (Helen and Terry Moore) 56, 69
Effect of management on insect species richness at Wicken Fen, The (D.M. Unwin) 29, 37
Effects of field elevation on the establishment of ‘plug’ plants introduced onto former arable land at Baker’s Fen, Wicken Fen NNR, The (D.R. Barratt, J.O. Mountford, K.J. Walker, E.A. Warman & T.H. Sparks) 41, 58
Eleocharis quinqueflora at Wicken Fen (S.M. Walters) 39, 53
Ely Common: a contrast of high and low diversity. (E.V.J. Tanner and I. Venjakob) 56, 10
Emerging from Slumber - Fen Violet (Viola persicifola) at Wicken Fen NNR Cambridgeshire (Peter Stroh and Jane Croft) 91
English Parson-Naturalist, The (2000), by P. Armstrong (review by S.M. Walters) 42, 59
Ephemeral pools of south Cambridgeshire, The (C.D. Preston) 31, 2
Eriophyid mites on Cambridgeshire elms (R.H. Richens) 5, 39
Establishment of 800 Wood at Madingley, The (Karen Russell, Rachel Buckingham Howard & Justin Mumford) 54, 60
Eucosma metzneriana Treitsche: a moth new to Britain (R.J. Revell & J.D. Scoble) 24, 47
Experiment with carrion flies in Hayley Wood, An (Y.Z. Erzinšlioğlu) 28, 9
Experimental studies on Fen Dandelion Taraxacum palustre in Little Breed Fen, Wicken Fen NNR (Kevin Walker, Philip Oswald, David Barratt & Owen Mountford) 41, 70
Exploring Eversden Wood (Louise Bacon and Vince Lea) 50, 44

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Fairy Shrimp at Fowlmere, The (Martin G. Walters) 15, 35; 21, 18
Fallow Deer of Hayley Wood, The (R.J. Symonds) 22, 15
Fauna Cantabrigiensis. The vertebrate and molluscan fauna of Cambridgeshire by the Rev. Leonard Jenyns (1800-1893) (2011##) edited by Richard C. Preece & Tim H. Sparks. (review by Louise Bacon) 55, 140
Fauna of the aquatic habitats at Cherry Hinton Hall, Cambridge (G. Youngs) 3, 31
Fen Violet at Wicken Fen, The (T.A. Rowell) 26, 62
Fen Violet at Wicken Fen NNR (Peter Stroh and Jane Croft) 57, 91
Fen Violet Viola persicifolia at Wicken Fen: a reinforcement population (Jane Croft) 42, 27
Fenland Flora at the end of 2013, The (O. Mountford and J. Graham) 56, 29
Ferns at Wicken Fen (S.M. Walters) 31, 61
Ferns in Girton drains (Hilary Belcher & Erica Swale) 36, 83
Fertility of Hobson’s Brook, The (Ernest A. Gray) 20, 24
Festuca trachyphylla (Hackel) Krajina (P.J.O. Trist) 30, 41
Fifty-three years in the Cambridge University Herbarium (Peter Sell) 40, 79
First county nesting of Collared Dove (A.E. Vine) 5, 36
Fishes at Bottisham Park, Cambridgeshire, The (Alwyne Wheeler) 19, 37
Fleam Dyke Scuttle Flies (R.H.L. Disney and J.P.E.C. Darlington) 56, 32
Flies of Quy Fen, The (Ivan Perry) 28, 56
Flora and fauna of rubbish tips and waste places in Cambridgeshire, The (G.M.S. Easy) 19, 23
Flora Britannica (1996), by Richard Mabey (review by C.D. Preston) 39, 55
Flora Facts and Fables, Issue Number One, edited by Grace Corne (review by Max Walters) 37, 47
Flora of a flat roof, The (Peter Reynolds) 52, 43
Flora of Bedforshire (2011) by C.R. Boon and A.R. Outen (review by Mark Hill) 55, 87
Flora of Bottisham Park, The (A.C. Leslie) 19, 39
Flora of Cambridgeshire railways, The (Graham Easy) 24, 31
Flora of Chipppenham Fen (Alan Leslie) 57, 3
Flora of Ely, The (2002), by R.M. Payne (review by A.C. Leslie) 45, 83
Flora of Hertfordshire by John G. Dony (review by Ian Hepburn) 11, 21
Flora of Hertfordshire by T.J. James (review by Mark Gurney) 52, 82
Flora of Huntingdonshire and the Soke of Peterborough, The (2003), by T.C.E. Wells (review by Kevin J. Walker) 46, 98
Flora of King's Lynn, A (2011) by Frances Schumann & Robin Stevenson (review by Philip H OSwald 54, 85
Flora of Suffolk, A (2010), by MN Sandford with R Fisk, DK & MN Sanford (review by Peter I Payne) 53, 95
Flora of the hedgerows in the area around Overhall Grove, The (Ian D.S. Brodie & Karen E. Major) 23, 18
Flora of Walls and Buildings in the Isle of Ely, The (R.M. Payne) 47, 43
Forty years of John Clarke’s weather notes in Nature in Cambridgeshire (Tim Sparks & Ray Symonds) 42, 97
Fossil fauna of the mid-Cretaceous of Cambridgeshire with particular attention to the reptiles, The (N.C. Fraser) 32, 17
Fossil occurrence of Truncatellina cylindrica at the the Babraham Road archaeological site, Cambridgeshire, The (Richard Meyrick) 48, 57
Fossil wood in Cambridgeshire (W.H. Fordham) 6, 38
Freshwater Algal Flora of the British Isles, The (2002), by D.M. John, B.A. Whitton & A.J. Brook (review by C.D. Preston) 45, 84
Freshwater Fishes in Britain: their species and distribution (2004), edited by C. Davies, J. Shelley, P. Harding, I. McLean, R. Gardiner & G. Peirson (review by Toby Carter) 47, 95
Freshwater fishes of Cambridgeshire (v.c. 29): an updated list, The (Mike D ‘Alton) 39, 33
Freshwater Mollusca of Reach Lode, The (S.J. Bishop & M.J. Bishop) 14, 21
Fresh-water snails on Coe Fen, Cambridge (L.M. Walters) 9, 49
Friends of the Roman Road and Fleam Dyke, The (Julia Napier) 44, 58
Frogbit Hydrocharis morsus-ranae at the Nene Washes in 1988 (Robert Payne) 31, 31
From arable farm to new town: changes in flora and fauna during the development of Bar Hill, Cambridgeshire from 1966 to 1988 (Norman W. Moore) 32, 27
From Brandon to Bungay. An exploration of the landscape history and geology of the Little Ouse and Waveney Rivers, by Richard West (review by R.C. Preece) 52, 84
From prairie farming to wildlife riches: the Countryside Restoration Trust (John Terry) 48, 83
Fungi in the Cambridge Botanic Garden (Henry Tribe) 46, 76
Fungi of Eversden Wood (John Holden) 53, 57
Further localities for the Oxlip Primula elatior (L.) Hill in Cambridgeshire (C.D. Preston & S.E. Yates) 37, 35
Further records of Cambridge Myxomycetes (Bruce Ing) 7, 39

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Gadwall – a success story, The (Graham Easy) 25, 19
Galls of Andricus quercusramuli L. (Hymenoptera, Cynipidae) at Rampton, Cambridgeshire (R. Colin Welch) 24, 48
Gamlingay revisited. A botanical account of a neglected area (A.C. Leslie) 22, 42
Gamlingay Wood (Oliver Rackham) 34, 3
Garden alien plants (Graham Easy) 49, 24
Genus Rosa in Cambridgeshire (v.c. 29): an interim account, The (C.D. Preston) 39, 40
Geodiversity (Ken Rolfe) 55, 127
Geological problem at Thriplow, A (P. Evans) 10, 23
Getting the best out of bumble bees (W.E.H. Fiddian) 4, 45
Gigi Crompton retires from the post of vice-county recorder for Cambridgeshire, v.c. 29 (Max Walters) 45, 70
Godwin Plots at Wicken Fen: a 55-year record of the effects of mowing on fen vegetation, The (L.E. Friday, P.J. Grubb & D.E. Coombe) 41, 33
Golden Oriole, The, by Paul Mason & Jake Allsop (review by Peter Herkenrath) 52, 83
Grange Farm - The RSPB’s arable farm in Cambridgeshire (Roger Buisson & Will Kirby) 43, 28
Grantchester Church and its Churchyards (1987), by S.M. Walters (review by Francesca Greenoak) 31, 27
Grantchester Meadows A report on the CNHS Survey project for 2006 (Jonathan Shanklin) 50, 92
Great Dodder in Cambridgeshire (C.J. Cadbury and P. Harrington) 56, 3
Great Green Bush-cricket in 'old' Cambridgeshire, The (Rob Partridge) 51, 44
Great Kneighton. A report on the CNHS Survey Field Studies area of 2013 (J. Shanklin) 56, 62
Grimmia trichophylla and related mosses in Cambridgeshire (R.D. Porley, C.D. Preston & M.O. Hill) 46, 72
Greater Water-parsnip (Sium latifolium) at the Ouse Washes, Cambridgeshire and West Norfolk: a large population and its ecology (C. James Cadbury) 50, 59
Green-flowered Helleborine in Cambridge (Monica Frisch) 55, 116
Ground beetle succession and the conservation status of High Fen (Kingfisher’s Bridge) (P.M.J. Brown and J. Doberski) 47, 24
Guide to the Botanical Gardens of Britain (1987), by M. Young (review by S.M. Walters) 31, 29
Guides to Wicken Fen No. 1 Wicken Sedge Fen (1967), by F.J. Bingley & S.M. Walters (review by Ian Hepburn) 11, 22
Guides to Wicken Fen No. 2 Mollusca of Wicken Sedge Fen (1967), by Christopher R.C. Paul (review by Ian Hepburn) 11, 22
Guides to Wicken Fen No. 3 List of Vascular plants of Wicken Fen (1967), by S.M. Walters (review by Ian Hepburn) 11, 22
Guides to Wicken Fen No. 4 Birds of Wicken Fen (1967), by G.M.S. Easy & C.A.E. Kirtland (review by Ian Hepburn) 11, 22

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Habitat of Selinum carvifolia in Cambridgeshire, The (Martin O’Leary) 31, 36
Handbook to the Natural History of Cambridgeshire (1904 & 2010) Edited by JE Marr and AE Shipley (review by Louise Bacon) 53, 96
Harvestmen of Cambridgeshire, The (Brian Eversham) 58, 52
Hawkmoths of Cambridgeshire, The (B.O.C. Gardiner) 11, 28
Hawthorns in Madingley and Coton (Karen Alexander) 56, 52
Hayley Wood - deer counts and deer fences. (Ray Symonds) 45, 49
Hayley Wood (C.D. Pigott & M.H. Martin) 7, 23
Hayley Wood deer count, The (Oliver Rackham) 19, 32
Hazels in Cambridgeshire (Peter Sell) 23, 50
Heathlands (1986), by Nigel Webb (review by R.H. Marrs) 29, 44
Hedge-laying: conserving a traditional craft (Stephen Lees) 25, 32
Hemiptera of Coe Fen and Sheep's Green, Cambridge (Alvin Helden) 53, 54
Hemiptera of Coe Fen, Cambridge, The (Alex Dittrich, Alvin Helden, Rodi Mackzenie & Guy Belcher) 55, 32
Herball or Generall Historie of Plantes, The (1597), by John Gerarde (review by Philip Oswald) 39, 3
High living Tardigrades of Cambridge, The (Cass Bromley) 52, 40
Highlights of a botanical year (G. Crompton) 30, 27
Hildersham Furze Hills (P.J.O. Trist) 30, 4
Hildersham Wood (J.C. Faulkner) 6, 26
History and experimentation in the management of Wicken Fen (T.A. Rowell) 29, 14
History and flora of Thriplow Meadows (G. Crompton) 15, 25
History and Mystery: Notes and queries from newsletters of the Society for the History of Natural History (2011) edited by Dr Charles Nelson (review by Douglas Palmer) 54, 89
History of the Countryside, The (1986), by Oliver Rackham (review by Peter Sell) 29, 42
History of the Madingley brickpits, The: contrasts in succession (D.E. Coombe, T.J.N. Mills & P. Upchurch) 32, 3
History of the purchase of Hayley Wood, Cambridgeshire, for a nature reserve, The (Donald Pigott) 49, 37
History of the vertebrates of Bassingbourn and Kneesworth, A (P.D. Sell) 9, 31; 10, 28; 11, 30
History of Ornithology, A (2007) by Peter Bircham (review by Duncan Poyser) 50, 138
Hobbies – elegant masked bandits that have moved into Cambridgeshire and beyond (Peter Prince & Roger Clarke) 37, 3
Hobson’s Brook then and now (Ernest A. Gray) 17, 24
Hoverflies (1983), by Francis S. Gilbert (review by Dennis Unwin) 29, 41
Hoverflies (Syrphidae) of Fen Drayton Lakes, The (P. Herkenrath) 56, 20
Hoverflies (Diptera: Syrphidae) of Hayley Wood, The (Francis Gilbert & Ivan Perry) 25, 41
Hoverflies (Syrphidae) of Fowlmere Nature Reserve, The (Peter Herkenrath) 50, 67
Hypericum maculatum-Hypericum perforatum complex in Cambridgeshire (v.c. 29), The (David J. Barden) 52, 3

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Identification and distribution of freshwater mussels in the River Cam catchment, The (David Aldridge) 40, 61
Identification of blackberries and their allies in Cambridgeshire (R.R. Aitchison & R.J. Pankhurst) 16, 31
If at first you don't succeed: the reintroduction of Interrupted Brome (Bromus interruptus) in Cambridgeshire (Peter Stroh, A. Arbon, F. J. Rumsey & P. Michna) 57, 97
Illustrated Guide to the land snails of the British Isles, An (2014), by F. Naggs, R.C.Preece, R. Anderson, A. Peiris, H. Taylor & T.S. White (review by Philip Pugh) 57, 152
Impact of a lack of grazing and lowered water-table on Cambridge Milk-parsley (Selinum carvifolia) and other plants at Sawston Hall Fen, Cambridgeshire, The (C. James Cadbury and J. Owen Mountford) 49, 11
Importance of gravel pits to the present Cambridgeshire avifauna, The (C.A.E. Kirtland) 19, 35
Incidence of Lolium x boucheanum Kunth in Cambridgeshire (v.c. 29), The (P.J.O. Trist) 37, 41
Indices for dyke vegetation (S.M. Haslam) 25, 34
Insects of Thriplow Meadows, The (A.C. Warne) 6, 24
Interrupted Brome in Cambridgeshire (Peter Stroh, A. Arbon, F. J. Rumsey & P. Michna) 57, 97
Introduced ‘look-alikes’ and other difficult introduced plants in our Cambridgeshire flora (Peter Sell) 48, 46
Introduction to habitat enhancement on the River Shep, An (Rob Mungovan) 46, 47
Introductions of the Roman Snail in Cambridgeshire (E. Pollard) 16, 25
Invertebrate Records (Louise Bacon) 49, 100; 50, 129; 51, 95; 52, 74; 53, 90; 54, 80; 56, 81; 57, 141
Invertebrate survey of the Fleam Dyke SSSI, Cambridgeshire I. Scuttle flies (Diptera, Phoridae) (R.H.L. Disney and J.P.E.C. Darlington) 56, 32
Invertebrate survey of the Fleam Dyke SSSI, Cambridgeshire II. Leafhopper and Planthopper bugs (Hemiptera, Homoptera & Auchenorrhyncha) (P. Kirby and J.P.E.C. Darlington) 57, 54
Invertebrate survey of the Fleam Dyke SSSI, Cambridgeshire III. Spiders (R.J. Symonds and J.P.E.C. Darlington) 57, 54
Isolepis setacea , a new plant for Wicken Fen? (Rosemary Parslow) 40, 69
Ivy Broomrape in the University Botanic Garden, Cambridge (Philip Oswald) 26, 66
John Ray's Cambridge Catalogue (1660) translated and edited by P.H. Oswald and C.D. Preston (2012##) (review by Claire Preston: University of Birmingham) 55, 143
John Ray’s ‘Wisdom of God Manifested in the Works of the Creation’ (2005), by S.M. Walters (review by Oliver Rackham) 49, 104

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Kingfisher’s Bridge revisited (autumn 1996 to autumn 1998) (Stephen P. Tomkins) 41, 88
Kingfisher’s Bridge Wetland Creation Project: a report from the project’s inception to autumn 1996, The (Stephen Tomkins) 40, 37
Kingston Wood (Peter Reynolds) 45, 2
Knapwell Wood (Oliver Rackham) 12, 25

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Ladybird recording in Cambridgeshire and Huntingdonshire (Peter Brown, Helen Roy & Michael Majerus) 48, 12
Land Flatworm new to Britain, A (Brian Eversham) 54, 46
Large oak, old meadow land, an elm wood and other features at Histon, A (Hilary Belcher & Erica Swale) 42, 84
Layman looks at bryophytes, A (P.J. Bourne) 3, 25
Lemna minuscula in Cambridge (C.D. Preston) 33, 52
Leonard Jenyns Commemorative Window (Laurie Friday) 57, 148
Leonard Jenyns’s notes on Cambridgeshire fishes (Alwyne Wheeler) 16, 19
Lepidoptera colonisation of a wetland created from arable farmland in Cambridgeshire (C. James Cadbury) 47, 8
Lepidoptera in Cambridgeshire (R.J. Revell) 19, 45; 20, 29
Lichen flora of Chippenham Fen, Cambridgeshire, The: a study of secondary woodland (J.R. Laundon) 20, 11
Lichen flora of the Parish of Mepal, The (Ian S. Hornsey & Anthony Fletcher) 28, 40
Lichenology in Cambridgeshire - progress and problems with particular refernce to the lichemns of Orwell church and churchyard. (M. Powell and Cambs. Lichen Group) 57, 108
Lichens in the West Cambridgeshire woodlands (Mark Powell, Louise Bacon and the Cambridge Lichen Group) 55, 87
Lichens of Cambridge walls, The (F.H. Brightman) 8, 45
Lichens of Cambridge walls, The (Mark Powell and the Cambridge Lichen Group) 54, 56
Lichens of Wicken Fen, The (Mark Powell) 52, 26
Little Thurlow (2000), by Little Thurlow 2000 Project (review by Martin Walters) 42, 59
Live-trapping of small mammals in Hayley Wood (W.E. Jones) 26, 60
Lizard’s tale, A: Himantoglossum hircinum on the Devil’s Dyke (Duncan Donald) 22, 47
Lower Wood, Weston Colville (Steve Boreham & Frances Applin) 37, 24
Luxuriant regrowth of plants on two glyphosate treated set aside fields in Histon, Cambridgeshire, The (Hilary Belcher & Erica Swale) 44, 37

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Macmillan Field Guide to British Wildflowers, The (1989), by Franklyn Perring & Max Walters (review by Philip Oswald) 32, 73
Macro-invertebrates as water quality indicators in Bin Brook, a polluted Cambridge clay stream (Steve Boreham) 33, 14
Macro-invertebrates as water quality indicators in the Quy Water Stream System (Steve Boreham) 35, 3
Macro-invertebrates as water quality indicators in two Cambridge chalk streams (Steve Boreham) 32, 67
Madingley Wood (Oliver Rackham & David E. Coombe) 38, 27
Magog Trust, The (Christopher South) 33, 39
Mammals of Hayley Wood, The (A.E. Vine) 8, 36
Mammals of South-West Cambridgeshire, The (W.H. Fordham) 2, 20
Management experiment on Thriplow Meadows, Cambridgeshire (G. Crompton & I. Hepburn) 15, 21
Management for diversity: the sedge and litter vegetation at Wicken Fen NNR in 2004 (Owen Mountford, Adrian Colston and Martin Lester) 47, 15
Map of Wicken Fen NNR 41, 32
Mare Fen - A brief history of a wet place (Tim Parish) 47, 80
Mare’s-nest of horsetails: John Ray’s treatment of "Equisetum" in his Cambridge Catalogue (1660), A (P.H. Oswald & C.D. Preston) 40, 2
‘Maritime’ plants of roads in Cambridgeshire (v.c. 29) (D.E. Coombe) 36, 37
Marsh Carpet, Coenotephria sagittata (Fabr.), The (Guy A. Ford) 4, 38
Marsh Carpet moth larvae at Wicken Fen (Norman Sills) 55, 37
Marsh Harriers breeding near Cambridge (Bob Jarman) 53, 37
Marsh Harriers breeding near Cambridge - continued (Bob Jarman) 54, 17
Marsh Stitchwort on Cambridgeshire's washlands (C. James Cadbury) 54, 11
Masked assassin in Girton (Tim Sparks) 48, 23
Mass occurrence in Cambridge of Nostoc commune Vaucher, a conspicuous terrestrial blue-green alga, A (Hilary Belcher & Erica Swale) 30, 29
Mass occurrence of the blue-green alga Nostoc microscopicum Carmichael resistant to the herbicides Ronstar and Casoron, A (Hilary Belcher & Erica Swale) 45, 70
Max Walters (Peter Grubb) 48, 3
Medieval woodland areas (Oliver Rackham) 11, 22
Meetings of farmers and naturalists (S.M. Walters & Michael Astor) 26, 13
Milton–Chesterton Sidings, The
Part 1. The origins as a ballast pit and bird habitat (Graham Easy) 43, 7
Part 2. The sidings in the railway years (Henry Tribe) 43, 8
Part 3 The plant-life of the sidings (Graham Easy) 43, 11
Part 4 The butterflies of the sidings (Julia Napier) 43, 12
Mistletoe undergoes an explosive increase in cambridge (C. James Cadbury & Philip H. Oswald) 51, 50
Molinia caerulea (L.) Moench subsp. arundinacea (Schrank) K. Richter in Cambridgeshire (P.J.O. Trist) 34, 61
Mollusca of Cambridgeshire (M.J. Bishop) 16, 23
Mollusca of Wicken Fen with some additional records, The (M.J. Bishop) 17, 16
Molluscs in the Cambridge Botanic Garden (Richard C. Preece & Tom S. White) 54, 53
Monitored restoration of a fenland plant community, A (S. Tomkins, R.C. Beecroft, C.J. Cadbury, P.H. Oswald & C. Turner) 57, 43
Monitoring the Fen Dandelion at Wicken Fen (H.J. Harvey) 28, 35
Morden Grange Plantation (W.H. Fordham) 8, 38
More about soil stripes, polygons and fairy rings (D.E. Coombe) 30, 13
More plums (Peter Sell) 34, 59
Mosquitoes of Wicken Fen, The (Jeremy A. Rudd) 28, 13
Moss that grows on skulls: a curious old remedy run to earth in Cambridge (Hilary Belcher & Erica Swale) 40, 74
Mottled Rooks in Cambridgeshire (W.H. Fordham) 5, 31
Mousetail, Myosurus minimus L., at the Ouse Washes (C.J. Cadbury) 16, 37
Muntjac Deer in Cambridgeshire (W.H. Fordham) 6, 42
Muntjac Deer in Cambridgeshire (Arnold Cooke) 55, 3
Mystery field at Swavesey in 1990, A (Gigi Crompton) 33, 49
Myxomycetes of Britain and Ireland, The (1999), by Bruce Ing (review by John Holden) 42, 87

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National Inventory of Woodland and Trees, The (2002), Forestry Commision (review by Tim Sparks) 44, 49
National Nature Week (W.E.H. Fiddian) 7, 8
National Trust and Nature Conservation: 100 years on, The (1995), edited by D.J. Bullock & H.J. Harvey (review by L.E. Friday) 39, 58
Native and naturalised garlics in the Cambridge University Botanic Garden (Philip Oswald) 35, 67
Native crayfish conservation in Cambridgeshire (Rob Mungovan) 46, 39
Natural history and conservation status of Nine Wells, The (Fiona MacCallum) 28, 50
Natural History Bibliography of Cambridgeshire 2000-2005 (Toby Carter) 48, 88
Natural History Bibliography of Cambridgeshire 2005-2010 (Toby Carter) 52, 86
Natural History Bibliography of Cambridgeshire 2010-2015 (Toby Carter) 58, 86
Natural History of Brampton Wood, The (1992), edited by T.C.E. Wells (review by Oliver Rackham) 35, 78
Natural History of Cambridgeshire, A (Announcement) (M.O. Hill) 58, 108
Naturalists’ Handbooks (various dates), by various authors (review by Dennis Unwin) 28, 33
Naturalists’ Trusts Conference in York (F.H. Perring) 8, 11
Nature Conservation in Britain (1969), by Sir Dudley Stamp (review by Ian Hepburn) 13, 16
Nature conservation in the City of Cambridge (C.J. Cadbury & M.E. Smith) 24, 23
Nature conservation on the Devil’s Ditch (Margaret Stanier) 31, 48
Nature in Cambridgeshire: au revoir, not farewell? (S.M. Walters) 27, 1
Nature of God’s Acre: a wildlife survey of Cambridge’s churchyards (2006) by CPBRC (review by Chris Preston) 50, 137
Nature photography (W.H. Palmer) 19, 14
New Agricultural Landscapes Project in Cambridgeshire, The (Chris Brown) 24, 17
New Atlas of the British and Irish Flora (2002), edited by C.D. Preston, D.A. Pearman & T.D. Dines (review by Owen Mountford) 46, 99
New British Plume Moth (Emmelina argoteles) discovered at Wicken Fen in Cambridgeshire, A: How you can help to determine its British distribution? (ZoŰ Ringwood, Alan Roscoe & Jeff Higgott) 50, 79
New Era for Cambridge University Herbarium, A (Christine Bartram) 55, 108
New Flora of Cambridgeshire, A (Nick Millar & Alan Leslie) 48, 86
New Hayley Lane Hedge, The (Keith McNaught) 23, 26
New Key to Wild Flowers, A (1987), by J. Hayward (review by S.M. Walters) 30, 25
New Oxlip locality in Cambridgeshire (A.J. Kerr) 10, 26
New plant records from the Devil’s Ditch (A.C. Leslie) 26, 38
New stigmellid leaf miner, A. (R.H. Richens) 4, 37
New survey of the bryophytes of Cambridgeshire (v.c. 29), A (C.D. Preston & M.O. Hill) 42, 96
New water bodies at Wicken Fen (J.M. Lock & T.J. Bennett) 35, 25
No further loss of Cambridgeshire hedgerows? (Phil Croxton, Lucy Hulmes & Tim Sparks) 46, 29
No Traffic, No Maintenance - some effects on Washpit Lane, Girton (Hilary Belcher & Erica Swale) 43, 24
Note on a new moss species [Dicranella staphylina Whitehouse] (Ian Hepburn) 13, 30
Note on Azolla filiculoides Lam. (an aquatic fern) sexually reproducing in Cambridge, A (Michael H. Field) 34, 30
Note on Cambridgeshire bulrushes, A (Graham Easy) 32, 58
Note on comparative invertebrate survey, A: the spider faunas of Wicken and Woodwalton Fens (Eric Duffey) 16, 13
Note on Hazelcroft in Gamlingay Wood, A (Charles Turner) 35, 77
Note on new records of the prawn Palaemon longirostris H. Milne Edwards, 1837 (Crustacea, Decapoda) in Cambridgeshire, A (Martin J. Willing) 49, 49
Note on the history of Knapwell Wood (G.F. Peterken) 14, 27
Notes on birds in Hayley Wood (Peter Conder) 31, 56
Notes on birds in Hayley Wood (Peter Sell) 30, 23
Notes on Cambridgeshire Brambles (Alan Leslie) 44, 7
Notes on some hedgerows in Cambridgeshire (M.D. Hooper) 9, 23
Notes on the botany of the Girton road interchange (Hilary Belcher & Erica Swale) 31, 50
Notes on the flora associated with roadworks near Cambridge in 1979 (Hilary Belcher & Erica Swale) 23, 47
Notes on the phytoplankton of the Great Ouse river and its tributary the Cam (Hilary Belcher & Erica Swale) 45, 29
"Now you see it – now you don’t." An address given...at a service of thanksgiving for...the Cambridgeshire Wildlife Appeal (Revd. Canon Michael Mayne) 25, 16
Nowellia curvifolia (Dicks.) Mitt. in Hayley Wood (M.H. Martin) 6, 42

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Oaks, Dragonflies and People (2002), by Norman Moore (review by Martin Walters) 45, 85
Observations on the wildlife potential of cities with particular reference to Cambridge (Steve Boreham & J. Simon M. Albrecht) 34, 52
Oenanthe silaifolia Bieb. at the Ouse Washes, Cambridgeshire (C.J. Cadbury) 15, 33
One Otter less (Leonard Jenyns) 39, 15
One-year record of acid rain in east Cambridgeshire, A (Wendy Fagence) 31, 54
Orchis morio in old Cambridgeshire (Robert Payne) 33, 23
Origins of the Wicken Fen brickpits, The (T.A. Rowell) 25, 21
Ornithological diary of eighty years ago, An (V.S. Vernon Jones (1875–1955) (with an introduction and notes by P.H. Oswald)) 22, 21
Orthopteroid records (Adrian Colston) 41, 96; 42, 90
Orthoseira dendroteres and other diatoms epiphytic on bryophytes near Cambridge (Hilary Belcher & Erica Swale) 39, 37
Ouse Washes, The: Birds (Michael J. Allen & D.A. Wells) 13, 21
Ouse Washes, The: Botanical Interest (D.A. Wells) 13, 23
Overhall Grove (G.F. Peterken) 23, 10
Oxlip, The (D.H. Valentine) 17, 28
Oxlips in Knapwell Wood Reserve (G.F. Peterken) 13, 29

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Parasitic Greater Dodder (Cuscuta europaea) at the Ouse Washes, Cambridgeshire (v.c. 29) (C.J. Cadbury and P. Harrington) 56, 3
Parish Surveys 2007 (Jonathan Shanklin) 51, 82
‘Pat Whitehouse Show, The’ (review by S.M. Walters) 32, 76
Peat Holes of Triplow, The (Gigi Crompton) 2, 24
Pellitory-of-the-woods (Philip Oswald) 47, 59
Performance of self-sown and planted Ash (Fraxinus excelsior) trees in Girton Wood, The (Tim Sparks and Phil Croxton) 47, 85
Persicaria species at Mare Fen, Swavesey (Max Walters & Philip Oswald) 37, 46
Petroselinum segetum (Corn Parsley) on the Cambridgeshire Fenland in the 1980s (Robert Payne) 28, 28
Phenological Changes in Cambridgeshire (Gemma Hannant & Tim Sparks) 50, 85
Pigeons in S.W. Cambridgeshire (W.H. Fordham) 6, 46
Pisidium tenuilineatum Stelfox, a bivalve new to Cambs. (Peter Wilson) 51, 61
Plant and soil nematodes of Wicken Fen (G.W. Yeates) 14, 23
Plant Galls (Sean L.M. Karley) 52, 77
Plant records from Cambridgeshire (v.c. 29) in the Marchioness of Huntly’s herbarium (T.C.E. Wells & J. Sheail) 21, 38
Plant species recorded by John Ray in Cambs. (C.D. Preston & P.H. Oswald) 54, 36
Plant Variation and Evolution 3rd Edition (1997), by D. Briggs & S.M. Walters (review by Harold Whitehouse) 40, 76
Plants and Plant Lore in Ancient Greece (2000), by J.E. Raven (review by Philip Oswald) 43, 46
Polypodium interjectum and P. vulgare in Cambridgeshire (v.c. 29) (C.D. Preston) 42, 34
Population of Mallards on the River Cam at Cambridge, The (Iain D.S. Brodie) 29, 5
Potamogeton compressus recolonises Cambridgeshire (J.J. Graham & C.D. Preston) 54, 3
Preliminary list of the birds of Hayley Wood (A.E. Vine) 8, 30
Preliminary observations on some puddles around Cambridge (Hilary Belcher & Erica Swale) 46, 20
Preliminary survey of the moths of Reach (M.J. Bishop & S.J. Bishop) 14, 18
Problems with using morphological characters to delineate Crataegus species and hybids in Madingley Wood and a Coton hedgerow. (Karen Alexander) 56, 52
Provisional atlas of bush-crickets, grasshoppers and allied insects in ‘old’ Cambridgeshire, A (Adrian Colston) 40, 20

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Quatercentenary of Gerarde’s Herball, The (Philip Oswald) 39, 3
Rainfall in Cambridgeshire (Tim Sparks & David Roy) 43, 36
Ranunculus calcareus and R. pseudofluitans in Cambridgeshire (Gina Murrell & Peter Sell) 32, 14
Rare pseudoscorpion in Cambridge, A (Alex Sparks) 47, 40
Ray’s Butterbur still in Paradise! (S.M. Walters) 33, 25
Reborn Nature in Cambridgeshire, The (S.M. Walters) 29, 2
Recent bryophyte records for Cambridgeshire (H.L.K. Whitehouse) 17, 20
Recording in Tetrad W of Grid Square TL45 in 1987 (C.D. Preston) 30, 58
Records and illustrations of the Desmid Alga Closterium from water bodies around Cambridge (Hilary Belcher & Erica Swale) 43, 17
Recovery programme for wetland plants at the Kingfishers Bridge Reserve, A (Roger C. Beecroft, C. James Cadbury & Stephen P. Tomkins) 55, 60
Rediscovery of the Fen Ragwort in Cambridgeshire, The (P.D. Sell) 16, 37
Reed beetles (Nick Millar) 49, 51
Remarkable alien flora on the Gog Magog Hills, A (John Akeroyd) 34, 35
Restoration of grassland on the Devil’s Ditch, Cambridgeshire, The (Margaret Stanier) 35, 13
Restoring Histon Brook - a report of the first year (Rob Mungovan) 47, 73
Revd John Hemsted, The (1747?–1824) (Philip Oswald) 33, 26
Riccia in Cambridgeshire (H.L.K. Whitehouse) 2, 37
Rise and rise of the harlequin ladybird in Cambridgeshire, The (Peter Brown, Helen Roy & Michael Majerus) 50, 91
River Cam Habitat Enhancement Project (Rob Mungovan) 55, 49
Roads, toads and automobiles (Tim Sparks) 48, 19
Role of road traffic in the near extinction of Common Toads in Ramsey and Bury, The (Arnold Cooke) 53, 45
Rook Corvus frugilegus in Cambridgeshire, The (Graham Easy) 38, 55
Rookeries in Cambridge 1945–1960 (Peter Shipton) 4, 42
Rookery Update, A (Graham Easy) 43, 14
Rotifers of Wicken Fen, Cambridgeshire: a preliminary survey (Rosalind M. Pontin) 37, 20
Route and Branch (2013) by Bill Clark (review by Louise Bacon) 57, 155
Ruffs and Black-tailed Godwits in Cambridgeshire (Graham Easy) 26, 46
Rummers Lane: A moss-rich Cambridgeshire orchard (C. Robin Stevenson) 48, 33

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Saproxylic Hoverflies at Wimpole Estate (Simon Damant) 47, 3
Saving the Fulbourn Swifts (Rob Mungovan) 53, 71
Saving Water Germander (Teucrium scordium) in Cambridgeshire (Roger Beecroft, C. James Cadbury & J. Owen Mountford) 49, 21
Scarce and rare click beatles at Wimpole Estate and south-west Cambridgeshire (Simon Damant) 51, 64
Scholars’ or Pagoda Tree Sophora japonica on the Downing Site, Cambridge, The (S.M. Walters) 38, 23
Scuttle flies in Hayley Wood (R.H.L. Disney) 30, 21
Sea Bird departures from the Wash: the Cambridgeshire connection. (Graham Easy) 49, 84
Search for Moor Barns Bath, The (Erica Swale & Hilary Belcher) 35, 17
Seasonal variation in the prey of some fenland Barn Owls (Ann Stuart) 34, 17
Selinum carvifolia in Cambridgeshire (Nicholas Warner) 24, 42
Sighting of a ‘Monarch’ butterfly in Cambridgeshire, A (O.D. Cheesman) 40, 19
Slugs (A.Y. Perry) 3, 23
Small Mammal Live Trapping Studies in Hayley Wood (R M Featherstone) 52, 19
Small nineteenth-century collection of Lepidoptera from Horningsea, Cambridgeshire, A (R. Colin Welch & J.N. Greatorex-Davies) 31, 46
Small rodent population dynamics in Madingley Wood, 1982-1993. Do warm winters and heavy tree fruiting promote more mice and voles? (John R. Flowerdew) 49, 58
Snowdrops in Cambridgeshire (Gina Murrell & Peter Sell) 35, 65
Some Cambridgeshire birds of about 5,000 years ago (Marjorie Northcote) 29, 20
Some Cambridgeshire plant galls (S.A. Manning) 13, 24
Some diatoms of a small saline habitat near Cambridge (Hilary Belcher & Erica Swale) 35, 75
Some observations of birds feeding in Hayley Wood (Peter Conder) 24, 45
Some preliminary observations on algae and associated microorganisms of subaerial habitats, particularly among mosses, near Cambridge (Hilary Belcher & Erica Swale) 47, 60
Some recent bryophyte records from Wicken Fen (J.M. Lock) 7, 34
Some recent work on nationally scarce moths in Cambridgeshire (1987 - 2003) (Paul Waring) 46, 53
Some records of aquatic Coleoptera and Mollusca from Wicken Fen (Duncan Painter) 36, 88
Some spring bees found in Cambridge gardens (P.F. Yeo) 1, 32
Some uncommon algae from Cambridgeshire waters (Hilary Belcher & Erica Swale) 38, 11
Some Uncommon plants of Hayley Wood (Monica Frisch) 58, 76
Song Thrushes and Snowdrops: some thoughts on nature recording (Max Walters) 47, 41
South African water plant Lagarosiphon major (Ridley) Moss and its occurrence in Cambridgeshire, The (Hilary Belcher & Erica Swale) 32, 63
South Cambridgeshire Natural History Society (R.S. George) 9, 14
Southern European cornfield weeds growing at Newmarket (Graham Easy) 33, 50
Space for People: Targeting action for woodland access (Tim Sparks) 47, 42
Sparrowhawk, The – a story in pictures (Martin Walters) 36, 33
Sphaerium solidum and Corbicula fluminea: two rare bivalve molluscs in the River Great Ouse System in Cambridgeshire (Martin J. Willing) 49, 39
Spiders of the Fleam Dyke (R. Symonds and J.P.E.C. Darlington) 57, 72
Spiked Speedwell, soil stripes and polygons, and the vanishing chalk heaths of Cambridgeshire (D.E. Coombe) 29, 26
Spread of the harlequin ladybird in Cambridgeshire and Huntingdonshire, The (Peter Brown, Helen Roy & Michael Majerus) 49, 55
Spreading Meadow-grass Poa subcaerulea Sm. (P.J.O. Trist) 31, 57
Status of Trifolium ochroleucon in Huntingsdonshire, The (Kevin Walker & Clare Pinches) 51, 3
Stellaria neglecta Weihe in Cambridgeshire (S.M. Walters) 35, 61
Stigmella ulmicola (Hering) in Cambridgeshire (R.H. Richens) 5, 27
Stone ferns at Wimpole (Peronel Burge) 34, 32
Street floras in Cambridge and Aberystwyth (A.O. Chater, P.H. Oswald & C.D. Preston) 42, 3
Study of the flies of Shepreth L-Moor, A (Dennis Unwin) 21, 25
Sturgeon in the undergrowth, A (Paul T. Harding & Neil Kenny) 50, 73
Sulphur Clover (Trifolium ochroleucon Huds.) in Cambridgeshire (P.J. Bourne) 7, 27
Sulphur Clover: a correction (Louise Bacon) 55, 131
Sulphur Clover; its decline in Cambridgeshire (C. James Cadbury) 54, 44
Survey of Cambridgeshire hedges, A. (G.F. Peterken) 15, 19
Survey of the breeding birds in Hayley Wood, A (Tony D. & Joanna H. Williams) 29, 47
Survey of the distribution of deer in Cambridgeshire, A (R.J. Symonds) 26, 52
Swallowtail Butterfly at Wicken Fen, The (J.P. Dempster) 19, 11
Swamp Stonecrop Crassula helmsii in Cambridgeshire (S.M. Walters) 38, 24
Swifts in Cambridgeshire (Dick Newell) 56, 48
Symphytum x perringianum in Cambridge (Philip H. Oswald) 55, 57

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Tale of Bee Orchids, A (Nicholas Warner) 25, 50
Tardigrades: a phylum new to Cambridgeshire (J.A. Richardson & S.A. Corbet) 21, 36
Tasteless Water-pepper and Small Water-pepper in Cambridgeshire (C. James Cadbury) 53, 32
Teaching of plant ecology on Coe Fen, The (P.J. Marshall) 17, 33
Temporal and spatial patterns of temporary pond organisms (Laurie E. Friday, Robert A. McCall, Harriet L. G. Elson & Martin G. Walters) 38, 3
Temporal changes in ground beetle assemblages at a re-created wetland site in the Cambridgeshire fens (Julian Doberski & Leigh Lyle) 44, 21
Ten Years of Change: woodland research at Monks Wood NNR 1993 - 2003 (2005), edited by C. Gardiner & T. Sparks (review by Oliver Rackham) 48, 100
Tetrad Plant Recording Scheme (Duncan Donald) 24, 53
Thermokarst landforms in the Cambridge area (Steve Boreham) 38, 16
Thorea, Bangia and other freshwater red algae in Cambridgeshire (Hilary Belcher & Erica Swale) 33, 42
Three annotated copies of Babington's Flora of Cambridgeshire (C.D. Preston) 54, 27
Three rare invertebrates at Wimpolc (Simon Damant) 48, 54
Three uncommon algal flagellates from Cambridgeshire waters (Hilary Belcher & Erica Swale) 42, 80
Thriplow Meadows grazing experiment (G. Crompton) 5, 20; 6, 21; 7, 13; 8, 17; 9, 21; (G. Crompton & S.M. Walters) 10, 21
Tower Cress - A Cambridge speciality (Philip H Oswald) 53, 51
Town margin nature reserves (Keith McNaught) 24, 20
Transformation of the riparian commons of Cambridge from undrained pastures to level recreation areas, 1833-1932, The (C.D. Preston & J. Sheail) 49, 70
Traditional Orchards (Val Perrin) 58, 59
Trumpington Meadows CNHS Survey (Jonathan Shanklin) 55, 100
Two annual crane’s-bills in Cambridge streets and gardens (Philip Oswald) 38, 62
Two famous medicinal herbs in ‘new’ Cambridgeshire localities (S.M. Walters) 18, 16
Two weevils new to Cambridgeshire (M.G. Morris) 6, 43

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U3A excursion to Knapwell Wood (S.M. Walters) 42, 68
U3A visits to Coploe Pit, Ickleton (Bridget Smith) 41, 99
Uncommon Cambridgeshire freshwater algae (Polytoma, Hyalobrachion, Collodictyon, Chroodactylon and Porphyridium) and common but rarely recorded purple sulphur bacteria (Hilary Belcher & Erica Swale) 44, 33
Unusual observations of the Swallowtail butterfly Papilio machaon L. in Girton (T.H. Sparks & C.C. Smith) 37, 48
Use of water in the Botanic Garden pond, Cambridge, The (C.L. Forbes) 20, 21
Utricularia vulgaris , an aquatic carnivore at Wicken Fen (Laurie E. Friday) 30, 50

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Vascular plant records (various authors) 1, 27; 2, 36; 3, 36; 5, 37; 6, 45; 7, 38; 8, 60; 9, 54; 10, 34; 11, 36; 12, 36; 13, 30; 14, 27; 15, 40; 16, 41; 17, 36; 18, 41; 19, 61; 20, 45; 21, 39; 22, 50; 23, 53; 24, 54; 25, 62; 26, 70; 27, 5; 29, 74; 30, 59; 31, 62; 32, 77; 33, 65; 34, 70; 35, 83; 36, 91; 37, 49; 38, 75; 39, 84; 40, 84; 41, 100; 42, 93; 43, 51; 44, 50; 45, 71; 46, 85; 47, 86; 48, 91; 49, 89; 50, 117; 51, 84; 52, 64; 53, 82; 54, 71; 55, 131; 56, 72; 57, 129; 58, 89
Vision Park Pool, Histon, and its remarkable phytoplankton (J. Hilary Belcher & Erica M.F. Swale) 41, 21

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Wall Lettuce, Mycelis muralis, in the Cambridge area (S.M. Walters) 33, 54
Warden scheme at Overhall Grove, Knapwell, A (Peter Moule) 12, 20
Water dropworts Oenanthe species in Cambridgeshire: does Narrow-leaved Water-dropwort (O. silaifolia) still survive in the vice county? (C. James Cadbury) 52, 35
Water forget-me-nots in Cambridgeshire (David Welch) 4, 18
Water quality and the aquatic flora of the Ouse Washes: an historical perspective (C. Newbold) 45, 64
Water Shrews in Cambridgeshire (John Green) 45, 61
Water Voles along Cherry Hinton Brook (Monica Frisch) 58, 73
Water Voles in Cambridgeshire (John Green & Martin Baker) 46, 11
Water-blooms in Cambridgeshire (Hilary Belcher & Erica Swale) 26, 17
Waterbeach Airfield and Barracks (Louise Bacon) 55, 96
Weather notes for Cambridgeshire (J.W. Clarke) 3, 41; 4, 49; 5, 53; 6, 49; 7, 42; 8, 59; 9, 55; 10, 35; 11, 37; 12, 37; 13, 32; 14, 29; 15, 41; 16, 43; 17, 38; 18, 41; 19, 73; 20, 49; 21, 43; 22, 54; 23, 55; 24, 57; 25, 63; 26, 71; 27, 8; 27, 9; 29, 78; 30, 63; 31, 67; 32, 83; 33, 70; 34, 75; 35, 87; 36, 95; 37, 53; 38, 79; 39, 87; 40, 87; 41, 103; 42, 103; 43, 68; 44, 64; 45, 88; 46, 104; 47, 98; 48, 103; 49, 111
Weather Notes from Cambridge University Botanic Garden (John Kapor) 49, 109; 50, 140; 51, 111; 54, 90; 55, 146 (Sally Hughes) 56, 94; 57, 157; 58, 110
Weather Summary (John Kapor) 52, 91; 53, 97
Web-building Caterpillars on an Ornamental Shrub (Erica Swale) 43, 23
West Cambridge and the Coton Footpath. A report in the CNHS field study area of 2014; (Jonathan Shanklin) 57, 115
Wet Winter and Marsh Orchids on Chippenham Fen (Helen and Terry Moore) 56, 69
While some trees stand (1963), by Garth Christian (review by S.M. Walters) 7, 41
Wicken Fen - 100 years either side of the Millennium (Adrian Colston & Laurie Friday) 41, 46
Wicken Fen - an appeal for floral and faunal records (Laurie Friday) 38, 15
Wicken Fen fires of 1903 and 1904, The (C.D. Preston) 41, 65
Wicken Fen, June 13, 1923: an annotated extract from the diary of Robert Gurney (Laurie E. Friday & Sylvie M Ballard) 39, 74
Wicken Fen: the making of a wetland nature reserve (1997), edited by Laurie E. Friday (review by Stephen P Tomkins) 39, 56
Widnall. A Capital Contriver (2003), by Christine Jennings (review by A.C. Leslie) 45, 82
Wild Flowers of the Mediterranean (1990), by I. & P. Sch÷nfelder (review by S.M. Walters) 33, 41
Wild Juniper on the Fleam Dyke (S.M. Walters) 4, 40
Wild Juniper, Juniperus communis, in Cambridgeshire, The, Part 1 (Max Walters) 43, 2; 44, 2
Wildlife along the Coton Footpath (Jonathan Shanklin) 46, 34
Will’s Shoot, (1994) by Will Garfit (review by Franklyn Perring) 36, 61
William Farren (1865 - 1952), taxidermist: do you know this man? (P.A. Morris) 47, 83
Will’s Shoot Revisited (2005), by Will Garfit (review by Henry Arnold) 48, 101
Willughby and Ray, and birds in Seventeenth Century Cambridgeshire (J.J. Hall) 44, 13
Wisdom of God [Manifested] in the Works of the Creation, The (facsimile edition 2005), by John Ray (review by Oliver Rackham) 49, 104
Woodland in the Ely Coucher Book (Oliver Rackham) 42, 37
Woodland lichens (Mark Powell) 58, 23
Woolly Thistle (Cirsium eriophorum) in Cambridgeshire (v.c. 29) (C. James Cadbury) 57, 85

 

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