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Volume 34 (1992) [Download PDF: 7.7 MB]

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Cover Illustration: The famous service-tree Sorbus torminalis on Gamlingay Wood (Ray Symonds - see article by Oliver Rackham)

Contents of Volume 34 (1992)

  • Editorial (Philip Oswald) 2
  • Gamlingay Wood (Oliver Rackham) 3
  • Review: British Plant Communities, Volume 1: Woodlands and scrub (Charles Turner) 15
  • Seasonal variation in the prey of some fenland Barn Owls (Ann Stuart) 17
  • Distribution of the Serotine Bat in Cambridgeshire, past and present (Mark F. Robinson) 24
  • A conspicuous growth of algae in Trumpington Street, Cambridge (Hilary Belcher and Erica Swale) 28
  • A note on Azollafiliculoides Lam. (an aquatic fern) sexually reproducing in Cambridge (Michael H. Field) 30
  • Stone ferns at Wimpole (Peronel Burge) 32
  • A remarkable alien flora on the Gog Magog Hills (John Akeroyd) 35
  • 'Breckland Bent' in Cambridgeshire (Graham Easy) 43
  • Bryophytes on imported limestone in Cambridge University Botanic Garden, 1955-1991 (CD. Preston and HLK. Whitehouse) 45
  • The Cambridge Habitat Survey: a voluntary approach to Phase 1 surveying (Kevin Hand) 50
  • Observations on the wildlife potential of cities with particular reference to Cambridge (Steve Bareham and J. Simon M. Albrecht) 52
  • A bee-wall at Horningsea (Erica Swale and Hilary Belcher) 58
  • More plums (Peter Sell) 59
  • Molinia caerulea (L.) Moench subsp. arundinacea (Schrank) K. Richter in Cambridgeshire (v.c. 29) (P J.O. Trist) 61
  • Botanical excursions 1991 (Various authors) 64
  • Vascular plant records (Gigi Crompton and Derek Wells) 70
  • Charophyte records (CD. Preston) 72
  • Bryophyte records (CD. Preston and HLK. Whitehouse) 73
  • Weather notes for Cambridgeshire 1991 (J.W. Clarke) 75


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