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Volume 52 (2010) [Download PDF: 3.0 MB]

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Wood Mouse by Vince Lea
Cover Illustration:
Wood mouse (Apodemus sylvaticus)
Photo by Vince Lea.

Contents of Volume 52 (2010)

  • The Hypericum maculatum-Hypericum perforatum complex in Cambridgeshire (v.c. 29) (David J. Barden) 3
  • Small Mammal Live Trapping Studies in Hayley Wood (R M Featherstone) 19
  • Contributions towards a new algal flora of Cambridgeshire (Vice-county 29) 5. Phylum Chlorophyta continued. (Hilary Belcher, Eric George & Erica Swale) 23
  • The Lichens of Wicken Fen (Mark Powell) 26
  • Water dropworts Oenanthe species in Cambridgeshire: does Narrow-leaved Water-dropwort (O. silaifolia) still survive in the vice county? (C. James Cadbury) 35
  • The high living Tardigrades of Cambridge (Cass Bromley) 40
  • The flora of a flat roof (Peter Reynolds) 43
  • Bog Oaks in Haddenham's Fens in February 2009 (Paul Mason) 49
  • Cherry Hinton Survey 2009 (Jonathan Shanklin) 52
  • Vascular Plant Records (Alan Leslie) 64
  • Bryophyte records (C.D. Preston & M.O. Hill) 73
  • Invertebrate records (Louise Bacon) 74
  • Plant Galls (Seán L.M. Karley) 77
  • OBITUARIES 78
  • BOOK REVIEWS 83
  • Natural History Bibliography of Cambridgeshire 2005-2010 (Toby Carter) 86
  • Weather Summary for 2009 (John Kapor) 91



 
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