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Cover Illustration 
Webs formed by the Spindle Ermine moth caterpillars (see p23) George Thorpe

Contents of Volume 43 (2001)

  • Editorial 2
  • The Wild Juniper, Juniperus communis, in Cambridgeshire Part 1 (Max Walters) 2
  • The Milton-Chesterton Sidings
    - Part 1. The origins as a ballast pit and bird habitat (Graham Easy) 7
    - Part 2. The sidings in the railway years (Henry Tribe) 8
    - Part 3. The plant-life of the sidings (Graham Easy) 11
    - Part 4. The butterflies of the sidings (Julia Napier) 12
  • A Rookery Update (Graham Easy) 14
  • Records and Illustrations of the Desmid Alga Closterium from water bodies around Cambridge (Hilary Belcher & Erica Swale) 17
  • Web-building Caterpillars on an Ornamental Shrub (Erica Swale) 23
  • No Traffic, No Maintenance some effects on Washpit Lane, Girton. (Hilary Belcher & Erica Swale) 24
  • Grange Farm - The RSPB's arable farm
    in Cambridgeshire (Roger Buisson & Will Kirby) 28
  • Dwarf Stonewort reappears at Wicken Fen (C J Cadbury) 34
  • Rainfall in Cambridgeshire (Tim Sparks & David Roy) 36
  • BOOK REVIEWS (Laurie Friday, Philip Oswald & Henry Arnold) 45
  • Vascular Plant records (Gigi Crompton & Chris Preston) 51
  • Bryophyte records (Chris Preston & Mark Hill) 55
  • The Cam Valley Forum 59
  • Cambridgeshire Flora Records since 1538, www.mnlg.com/gc (Gigi Crompton) 60
  • OBITUARIES
    - Arthur Maitland Emmet (David Wilson) 60
    - William Thomas Stearn (Martin Walters) 64
    - Derek Wells (Philip Oswald) 65
  • Weather Report (John W Clarke) 68


 

 
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