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Volume 35 (1993) [Download PDF: 9.6 MB]

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Cover Illustration: Oxlips Primula elatior in Hayley Wood (Peter Wakely)

Contents of Volume 35 (1993)

  • Editorial (Philip Oswald) 2
  • Cambridge City's first Local Nature Reserve (S.M. Walters) 2
  • Macro-invertebrates as water quality indicators in the Quy Water stream system (Steve Boreham) 3
  • The restoration of grassland on the Devil's Ditch, Cambridgeshire (Margaret Stanier) 13
  • The search for Moor Barns Bath (Erica Swale & Hilary Belcher) 17
  • New water bodies at Wicken Fen (J.M. Lock & T J . Bennett) 25
  • The distribution of the Oxlip Primula elatior (L.) Hill in Cambridgeshire (C.D. Preston) 29
  • Stellaria neglecta Weihe in Cambridgeshire (S.M. Walters) 61
  • Calamints in Cambridgeshire (Graham Easy) 63
  • Snowdrops in Cambridgeshire (Gina Murrell & Peter Sell) 65
  • Brampton Wood purchased by the Wildlife Trust (Katherine Campbell) 66
  • Native and naturalised garlics in the Cambridge University Botanic Garden (Philip Oswald) 67
  • Some diatoms of a small saline habitat near Cambridge (Hilary Belcher & Erica Swale)
  • A note on Hazelcroft in Gamlingay Wood (Charles Turner) 77
  • Reviews:
  • The Natural History ofBrampton Wood (Oliver Rackham) 78
  • Breck, Fen and Forest (John Trist) 79
  • The Cambridgeshire Flora Group in 1992 (Derek Wells and others) 80
  • Vascular plant records (Derek Wells & Gigi Crompton) 83
  • Bryophyte records (C.D. Preston & HLK. Whitehouse) 85
  • Charophyte records (C.D. Preston) 86
  • Weather notes for Cambridgeshire 1992 (J.W. Clarke) 87


 

 
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