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Volume 28 (1986) [Download PDF: 6.8 MB]

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Cover Illustration (D. R. Findlay)
Wood mouse or long-tailed field mouse Apodemus sylvaticus

Contents of Volume 28 (1986)

  • Editorial 1
  • Birds of the Swavesey Fens (C. James Cadbury) 2
  • Zoological recording (D. M. Unwin) 5
  • An experiment with carrion flies in Hayley Wood (Y. Z. Erzinclioglu) 9
  • The mosquitoes of Wicken Fen (Jeremy A. Rudd) 13
  • Arable weeds in Bassingbourn fields and gardens (P. D. Sell) 19
  • Bryophyte sites in Cambridgeshire (Angela E. Newton) 23
  • Petroselinum segetum (corn parsley) on the
    Cambridgeshire Fenland in the 1980s (Robert Payne) 28
  • Books reviews:
  • Cambridge Gardens (Margaret Meade) 31
  • British Warblers (Peter Sell) 33
  • Naturalists' Handbooks (Dennis Unwin) 33
  • Monitoring the fen dandelion at Wicken Fen (H. J. Harvey) 35
  • The lichen flora of the Parish of Mepal (Ian S. Hornsey and Anthony Fletcher) 40
  • The natural history and conservation status of Nine Wells (Fiona MacCallum) 50
  • Festuca trachyphylla (Hackel) Krajina (P. J. 0. Trist) 54
  • The flies of Quy Fen (Ivan Perry) 56
  • Vascular plant records (G. Crompton) 59
  • Bryophyte records (C. D. Preston and H. L. K. Whitehouse) 60
  • Weather notes for Cambridgeshire 1985 (J. W. Clarke) 63
  • Cambridge Natural History Society, 1985-86 65


 

 
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