|Croydon Bibliographies for Regional Survey||September 1998|
|Number 21||Library Accessions||ISSN 0309 - 8591|
|Published irregularly at Croydon by the Croydon Natural History and Scientific Society Limited, registered office : 96a Brighton Road, SOUTH CROYDON, Surrey CR2 6AD
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ARCHAEOLOGY (including INDUSTRIAL ARCHAEOLOGY)
ABDY, Charles (1998). Decade mirabilis. Bull Surrey Archaeol Soc, 322, 8-9. [Scientific / technological milestones 1830 - 40]
ADKINS, Lesley, and Roy ADKINS (1998). The Current Archaeology directory of British Archaeology 1998/9. Current Archaeology: 32pp.
ALDRIDGE, Neil (1998). The impenetrable forest? Pre-historic and Romano-British settlement in the Weald, an account of some recent fieldwork. Newsl Kent Archaeol Soc, 41, 6-7.
BIERTON, Graham (1998). Godalming wharf. Bull Surrey Archaeol Soc, 322, 4-5.
BLACKMORE, Lyn, et al. (1998). Royal Opera House. Curr Archaeol, 14(2)(158), 60-63.
BLUER, Dick, and Robin NIELSON (1998). Lloyd's Register: the end of Roman London. Curr Archaeol, 14(2)(158), page 74.
BRIGHAM, Trevor, and Bruce WATSON (1998). Regis House. The Romans erect their port. Curr Archaeol, 14(2)(158), 44-47.
BRUCE, Graham (1998). An Iron Age settlement at Lady Margaret School, Parson's Green, Fulham. London Archaeologist, 8(9), 236-240.
BURGESS, Peter (1998). Redstone Woods mine workings. News of the Weald, 30, 2-3. [Collapse features noted in 1960s interpreted as Fullers earth mines]
CLARKE, Lindsay (1998). Rome's gateway to the unknown. Heritage Today, 43, 24-27. [Roman Kent]
COTTON, Jonathan (1998). A late Bronze Age spearhead cache from Darenth. Kent Archaeol Rev, 133, 50-54.
COUNCIL for BRITISH ARCHAEOLOGY (1998). Council for British Archaeology annual report for 1995 - 1997. CBA: Annual report 46: 24pp.
DALTON, Anne (1998). Hawksden forge, Mayfield, and the Sands family. Wealden Iron, Second Series, 18, 39-47. [17th/18th centuries, East Sussex]
DAVISON, Jim (1997). 518 London Road, Thornton Heath. London Borough of Croydon. (TQ 3151 6716.) Site code: LBC97. An archaeological evaluation. CNHSS: (ii) + 14pp.
DAVISON, Jim, and Geoff POTTER (1998). Excavations at 14 Whitgift Street, Croydon, 1987 - 88 and 1995. London Archaeologist, 8(9), 227-232.
DRUMMOND-MURRAY, James, and Peter THOMPSON (1998). Did Boudica burn Southwark? The story of the Jubilee Line Extension. Curr Archaeol, 14(2)(158), 48-49.
FLINTHAM, David (1998). Archaeological investigations into the English Civil War defences of London. London Archaeologist, 8(9), 233-235.
FREEMAN, Leslie (1998). The Millenium Project - a photographic survey of Barnes & Mortlake. Bull Surrey Archaeol Soc, 322, 14-15.
GRAHAM, David (1998). Excavations at Farnham Park (centred on SU 8448.) Bull Surrey Archaeol Soc, 322, page 2.
HARP, Peter (1998). Important finds from a lithic scatter near Tumble Beacon, Banstead. Bull Surrey Archaeol Soc, 323, 6-7.
HERBERT, B.K. (1998). The Domesday ferraria. Wealden Iron, Second Series, 18, 5-6.
HODGKINSON, J.S. (1998). 'Brass' casting at a Kent furnace. Wealden Iron, Second Series, 18, 48-51.
HODGKINSON, J.S. (1998). Field notes. Wealden Iron, Second Series, 18, 2-5. [Iron-working sites in Kent, Surrey, and Sussex]
HODGKINSON, J.S. (1998). The Tudeley ironworks accounts. Wealden Iron, Second Series, 18, 7-38. [Documents at PRO relating to a Kentish site near Tonbridge for the years 1329 - 34 and 1350 - 54]
HOOKER, Rose (1998). I can't see it myself Bull Surrey Archaeol Soc, 322, 9-10. [Landscape archaeology at Mare Hill Common, Witley]
HUGGINS, Rhona (1998). London and the River Lea. London Archaeologist, 8(9), 241-247.
KEENE, Malcolm (1998). Mesolithic axe from Shorncliffe. Kent Archaeol Rev, 133, 68-69.
KENYON, David (1998). Early medieval activity in Old Ford, Bow, London E3. London Archaeologist, 8(9), 248-250.
MYNOTT, Edna (1998). Report from Kent Archaeological Rescue Unit. Kent Archaeol Rev, 133, 70-71.
NEAL, David, and Stephen COSH (1998). Roman mosaics. Curr Archaeol, 14(1)(157), 18-25.
NICOLSON, Nigel (1998). The Battle of the Medway A.D. 43. Curr Archaeol, 14(1)(157), 4-7.
PARFITT, Keith (1998). Popeshall Manor, Coldred. Kent Archaeol Rev, 133, 71-72.
PARFITT, Keith (1998). Whinless Down, Dover. Kent Archaeol Rev, 133, 55-57.
PHILP, Brian (1998). Presentation to the Kent Archaeological Society. Kent Archaeol Rev, 133, 67-68.
PHILP, Brian (1998). Roman town discovered at Ashford. Kent Archaeol Rev, 133, 57-65.
ROWSOME, Peter, et al. (1998). No 1, Poultry. Curr Archaeol, 14(2)(158), 50-56.
SANKEY, David (1998). London's first cathedral. Curr Archaeol, 14(2)(158), page 73.
SAUER, Eberhard, and Simon CRUTCHLEY (1998). Alchester: a Roman fort and parade ground? Curr Archaeol, 14(1)(157), 34-37.
SELKIRK, Andrew (1998). Tailpiece: so what was Roman London? Curr Archaeol, 14(2)(158), page 79.
SOWAN, Paul W. (1998). Historic Royal Palaces Agency goes underground. Newsl Roy Archaeol Inst, 16, page 15. [Merstham quarries]
SURREY ARCHAEOLOGICAL SOCIETY (1998). The future of Surrey's past. The role of the volunteer. Bull Surrey Archaeol Soc, 323, 2-3.
THURLEY, Simon (1998). The Museum of London: interview with Simon Thurley. Curr Archaeol, 14(2)(158), 67-69.
TURNER, Dennis (1998). The purpose of archaeology and its publication. Bull Surrey Archaeol Soc, 322, 2-4.
TURNER, Dennis (1998). Buildings at risk. Bull Surrey Archaeol Soc, 322, 12-13.
WARD, Alan (1998). Dedicated to the memory of Arthur Harrison. The Roman South Gate, Rochester, 41, Newsl Kent Archaeol Soc, 1-2.
WARE, Gwen (1998). Thoughts on Farnham Castle. Bull Surrey Archaeol Soc, 323, 3-6.
WATSON, Bruce (1998). Dark earth. London Archaeologist, 8(9), page 240.
WHITTLE-DALL, Christine (1998). The story of two princesses. Bull Surrey Archaeol Soc, 322, 13-14. [Esher]
WILLIAMS, Tim (1998). Allectus' Palace? Curr Archaeol, 14(2)(158), page 72.
WROE-BROWN, Robin (1998). Bull Wharfe: Queenhithe. Curr Archaeol, 14(2), 75-77.
YOUNG, P.E. (1998). The curious case of the disappearing barn. Bull Surrey Archaeol Soc, 323, 12-13. [Bookham]
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GENERAL / GEOGRAPHY / PLANNING / CONSERVATION / REFERENCE
ANON (1998). Channel Tunnel Rail Link future secured. Today's Railways, 31, page 8.
ANON (1998). Connex seeks 15 years for South Central. Modern Railways, 55(597), page 370.
ANON (1998). Conservation in action. The Wildlife Trusts outline their 10 priorities from now to the year 1005. Nat World, 53, 26-30.
ANON (1998). Help for the horseshoe bat. News of the Weald, 30, page 4. [Dorset]
ANON (1998). Tramlink works bring rate reductions. Business South, September 1998, page 9.
ANON (1998). Trees in the Harold Road Conservation Area. Norwood Rev, 143, page 12.
BAKER, Jane (1998). Gracious Pond nature reserve, Chobham. Nature Line, 110, page 7.
CHADBURN, Amanda, and Melanie POMEROY (1998). A management plan for Avebury WHS. English Heritage Conservation Bull, 34, 4-5.
CLARK, Kate (1998). Conservation plans for historic places. English Heritage Conservation Bull, 34, 14-15.
CORDNER, Ken (1998). JLE work draws to a close. Modern Railways, 55(600), page 594. [Jubilee Line Extension]
CROYDON LB (1998). The Croydon planning handbook. LB Croydon: 48pp.
CUNNINGHAM, Aidan (1998). Miller's Pond moves, Spring Park Activities News, 593, page 9.
DAVIES, Richard (1998). The new Transport White Paper: what does it mean for business and people in Croydon and south London? Business South, September 1998, 8-9.
DRURY, Paul (1998). Rescue work becomes more pro-active. English Heritage Conservation Bull, 34, 1-3.
GILCHRIST, Karen (1998). Organising effective events. Croner Publications Ltd: vii + 104pp.
GUEST, Pete (1998). Fishpond Wood. [Merton] Wild London Autumn / Winter, page 16.
HARVEY, Graham (1998). The killing of the countryside. Nat World, 53, 17-22.
HAWKINS, Judy (1998). The case for grant aid for our historic churches. English Heritage Conservation Bull, 34, 16-17.
LAKE, Jeremy (1998). New strategy to save farm buildings. English Heritage Conservation Bull, 34, 22-23.
LAKE, Jeremy (1998). Saving England's military heritage. English Heritage Conservation Bull, 34, 8 - 9.
LANCASTER, Barry (1998). Our conservation partners in Surrey. 3 Surrey Bird Club. Nature Line, 110, page 22,
LE BLOND, Paul (1998). Heathrow's rail strategy. Modern Railways, 55(599), 516-519
LONDON CONSERVATION SERVICES (1998). London Conservation Services: a decade of conservation work in the Capital. Wild London Autumn / Winter 1998, page 10.
LONDON TRANSPORT (1998). London Transport annual business plan 1998/99. London Transport: 24pp.
MALARKEY, Elizabeth (1998). View of the Parish Church threatened. Croydon Advertiser, 28 August 1998. [Building extensions proposed at Old Palace]
MOTT MACDONALD (1998). Engineering an integrated railway. Modern Railways, 55(599), supplement i - viii.
MYLIUS, Andrew (1998). Railway special. Croydon testbed. Croydon Tramlink is one of several light rail projects set to transform UK urban transport. New Civil Engineer, 23 July 1998, 25-27.
NEWMAN, Mervyn (1998). Amendments to Wildlife & Countryside Act. Nature Line, 110, page 13.
PAYNE, Andy, and Stephen TROW (1998). Prehistoric fortresses yield their secrets. English Heritage Conservation Bull, 34, 18-19.
PORTER, Deborah, and Jeremy TAYLOR (1998). Mapping Roman rural settlement. English Heritage Conservation Bull, 34, page 13.
REED, Nicholas (1998). The People's Park. Norwood Rev, 143, 4-5. [Crystal Palace]
RILEY, Jon (1998). Gardening for goblins. Wild London Autumn / Winter 1998, page 14.
WAINWRIGHT, Geoff (1998). Monuments at risk. The importance of 'humps and bumps.' English Heritage Conservation Bull, 34, page 24.
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GEOLOGY / EARTH SCIENCES
CLARK, Lewis (1996). The field guide to water wells and boreholes. Geological Society of London Professional Handbook: xi + 155pp.
MUNT, Martin C, and Steve HUTT (1998). Another new dinosaur from the Isle of Wight. Down to Earth, 24, page 1.
SMITH, Andrew, et al. (1998). Fabulous fossils: examples of exceptional preservation. Trans Leicester Lit Philosoph Soc, 92, 22-26.
TORRENS, Hugh S. (1998). Life, times and legacy of Mary Anning (1799 - 1847) fossilist. Trans Leicester Lit Philosoph Soc, 92, 4-5.
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ACT of PARLIAMENT (1831). An Act for regulating the vend and delivery of coals in the Cities of London and Westminster, and in certain parts of the Counties of Middlesex, Surrey, Kent, Essex, Hertfordshire, Buckinghamshire, and Berkshire. 1 & 2 William 4, cap. lxxvi, 1713 - 1759.
ACT of PARLIAMENT (1848). An Act to consolidate, and continue in force for two years and to the end of the then next Session of Parliament, the Metropolitan Commissions of Sewers. 11 & 12 Vict, cap. cxii, 1113 - 1174.
ALSOP, John (1998). Follow up: Hampton waterworks railway. Archive, 19, 53-54.
BISHOP, John (1998). A.J. Pitman, grocer, Little Roke Road, Kenley. Bull Bourne Soc, 173, page 22. [1940 photograph + text]
BLACK, S.B. (1998). Edward Hasted (1732-1812.) Newsl Kent Archaeol Soc, 41, page 8. [Forthcoming biography]
BROOKE, David (1997). The railway navvy: a reassessment. [Reprinted from Construction History, 5, 35-45, 1989 - see CHRIMES]
BROWN, John W. (1998). Mount Pleasant. An 18th century Romantic mystery. Norwood Rev, 143, 14-16.
CHESSYRE, Robert (1998). Soaring over moss and mountain runs the railway that survived. Heritage Today, 43, 18-23. [Settle - Carlisle]
CHRIMES, Mike (edr.) (1997). The civil engineering of canals and railways before 1850. Ashgate Publishing Co. Studies in the History of Civil Engineering 7: xxxviii + 378pp.
CHRIMES, Mike (1997). Hugh McIntosh (1768 - 1840) - national contractor. [Reprinted from Trans Newcomen Soc, 66 (1994 - 95), 175-192 - see CHRIMES]
CLARK, Sylvia (1998). Ernest Sanders and the 'Penny Gaff' - Caterham's first movie theatre. Bull Bourne Soc, 173, 17-19.
CROMPTON, Catherine A. (1998). An exploration of the craft and trade structure of two Hertfordshire villages, 1851 - 1891: an application of nominal record linkage to directories and census enumerators' books. Loc Historian, 28(3), 145-158.
CROSBY, Alan (1998). Copyright burdens on local history. Loc Hist News, 48, page 3.
DAY, Lance, and Ian McNeil (edrs) (1998). Biographical dictionary of the history of technology, Routledge: xiii + 844 pp (Pbk.)
DODD, Celia (1998). Interview: Bridget Cherry, editor 'The Buildings of England.' Heritage Today, 43, page 58.
DUCK, Margaret (1998). Caterham valley shops: another change - 10 Croydon Road. Bull Bourne Soc, 173, 24-25.
DUCK, Margaret (1998). Peg Day's memories of working at Beasley's, lampshade makers, Stafford Road, Caterham. Bull Bourne Soc, 173, 23-24.
ETTLINGER, Vivien (1997). The Holloway, Dorking. Medieval farm to modern estate. Dorking Local History Group: (ii) + 48pp.
FOOKES, Gwyneth (1998). Launch of the Godstone village walk leaflet. Bull Bourne Soc, 173, 26-27.
FOOKES, Gwyneth (1998). Midsummer walk. Hill Park, Tatsfield. Bull Bourne Soc, 173, 29-30.
GADSBY, Joy (1998). Kenley Common. Bull Bourne Soc, 173, page 28.
GADSBY, Joy (1998). Tales from Sanderstead Churchyard 15 - The Webster sisters. Bull Bourne Soc, 173, 25-26.
GASTER, Chris (1998). All change in Bromley Council. Norwood Rev, 143, page 6. [Conservative loss to no overall control]
HADDOCK, Keith (1998). Giant earthmovers. MBI Publishing Co. 224pp.
HADFIELD, Charles (1997). Rivers and canals. [Reprinted from A.W. Skempton (edr), John Smeaton, FRS (1981). 103-129 - see CHRIMES]
HARE, Geoff (1998). Caterham Barracks. Bull Bourne Soc, 173, 9-10. [Talk reported by Roger Hammond]
HARRISON, K.C. (1998). Coulsdon and Purley Libraries in the 1930s. Bull Bourne Soc, 173, 19-21.
HOWARD, Hilary (1998). Tonge House. Norwood Rev, 143, page 11.
KINGS, Eric (1998). Kilravock House, 103 Ross Road, South Norwood. Norwood Rev, 143, 7-10.
KINGSFORD, P.W. (1970). Victorian railwaymen. The emergence and growth of railway labour 1830 - 1870. Frank Cass & Co. Ltd.: xvi + 192 + (6)pp + 3 folded maps.
LEE, Charles H. (1997). Some railway facts and fallacies. [Reprinted from Trans Newcomen Soc, 33 (1960 - 61), 1-16 - see CHRIMES]
LYNN, Pauline (1998). The impact of women. The shaping of political allegiance in County Durham 1918 - 1945. 28(3), Loc Historian, 159-175.
MAXTED, Ian (1998). Local studies libraries as rare book collections. Loc Studies Librarian, 17(1), 2-7.
MIDDLEMAS, Robert Keith (1963). The master builders. Thomas Brassey; Sir John Aird; Lord Cowdray; Sir John Norton-Griffiths. Hutchinson: 328pp.
PARKHOUSE, Neil (1998). The London B-type omnibus. Part 1. Archive, 19, 55-64.
PHILLIPS, Andrew (1998). Preserving the nation's collection of rare local materials: towards a coalition. Loc Studies Librarian, 17(1), 8-17.
POLLINS, Harold (1997). Railway contractors and finance of railway development in Britain. [Reprinted from M.C. REED, Railways, in the Victorian economy: studies in finance and economic growth (1996). 212-228 - see CHRIMES]
RANGECROFT, Marion (1998). Bit of local history, Spring Park Activities News, 593, page 11. [Spring Park Bowling Club founded by Walter Hunt, 1938]
REED, Nicholas (1998). Recent activities in the Edith Nesbit Society. Norwood Rev, 143, page 17.
RIDEN, P.J. (1997). The Butterley company and railway construction, 1790 - 1830. [Reprinted from Transport History, 6(1), 30-52, 1973 - see CHRIMES]
ROBERTS, Brian (1997). The quest for comfort. A selective pictorial history of the early days of building services to mark the Centenary of the Chartered Institution of Building Services Engineers 1897 - 1997. Chartered Institution of Building Services Engineers: (ii) + 122pp.
RUGG, Julie (1998). Researching early-nineteenth-century cemeteries: sources and methods. Loc Historian, 28(3),130-144.
SHARMAN, Frank A. (1997). The influence of landowners on route selection. [Reprinted from J Railway Canal Hist Soc, 26(2), 47-53, 1980 - see CHRIMES]
SKEMPTON, A.W. (1997). Canals and river navigations before 1750. [Reprinted from History of Technology 3, 438-470, 1957 - see CHRIMES]
SKEMPTON, A.W. (1997). Embankments and cuttings on the early railways. [Reprinted from Construction History 11, 33-49, 1996 - see CHRIMES]
SMITH, Richard S. (1997). England's first rails: a reconsideration. [Reprinted from Renaissance and Modern Studies 4, 119-134, 1960 - see CHRIMES]
SMITH, Victor T.C. (1998). The defences of London during the English Civil War. Fort, 25, 61-81.
SOWAN, Paul W. (1998). Christopher Charles Fagg, F.G.S, 10 March 1883 - 7 May 1965. CNHSS. [Unpublished working paper concerning C.C. Fagg's and the Society's contributions to the development of geographical fieldwork, regional survey, and the publication of the Atlas of Croydon] 8pp
SOWAN, Paul W. (1998). Croydon Natural History and Scientific Society Regional Survey Atlas of Croydon and District. [1936 - 1962] - authorship and publication dates. CNHSS. [Unpublished working paper listing contents, dates of publication, authors, etc.] 9pp.
SOWAN, Paul W. (1998). Early 19th century fullers earth mining at Nutfield. News of the Weald, 30, page 3. [Extract from W.H. Fitton's Observations on some of the strata between the Chalk and the Oxford Oolite , 1836]
SWAFFIELD, Laura (1998). Oh, what a library war! Library Assoc Rec, 100(8), page 402. [History of public libraries]
TADD, Malcolm H. (1998). Evening industrial archaeology walk at Nutfield Marsh. Bull Bourne Soc, 173, page 16.
TADD, Malcolm H. (1998). The Heathfield tunnel. News of the Weald, 30, 1-2.
TALIOTIS, Xenia (1998). Prefabulous! Heritage Today, 43, 36-38. [World War II prefabricated houses]
TATCHELL, John, and Robert TATCHELL (1997). A visit to Longhedge works, S.E. & C.R, in 1903. 16, Archive 30-41. [16 photographs + captions]
THOMAS, Ewart (1998). Alfred Russel Wallace (1823 - 1913) Part I. Gaz South London Botan Inst, July 1998, 5-6,
WALKER, Yvonne (1998). Home to archbishops, monarchs, washerwomen - and scholars! Croydon Palace has had a chequered career! Beckenham Historian, 311, 2-3.
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ANON, 1998. Museums and Galleries Commission. Survey of archaeological archives - summary report. Bull Surrey Archaeol Soc, 323, 13-15. [Curation / storage of excavation finds]
CROCKER, Glenys (1998). Industrial collections and museums in crisis? Ind Archaeol News, 106, page 5.
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ALLEN, D.E. (1998). Typification of some Barton & Riddelsdell names in Rubus L. (Rosacaea.) Watsonia, 22(2), page 181.
ANGEL, Heather (1998). Out of the woods. Nat World, 53, 40-41. [Woodland photography]
BAILEY, K.E.J. (1998). A new pupal and imaginal aberration of the Marsh Fritillary Eurodryas aurinia Rott. (Lep.: Nymphalidae.) Br J Entomol Nat Hist, 11(1), 7-11.
BAKER, D.B. (1998). On some cleptoparasitic bees of the genera Aglaopsis Cameron (1901). and Paradioxys Mocsary, 1894 (Hymenoptera: Apoidea, Megachilidae), with the description of a remarkable new species. Entomol Gaz, 49(3), 203-208.
BLACKSTOCK, T.H, and R.H. ROBERTS (1998). Trifolium occidentale D.E. Coombe (Fabaceae) in Anglesey (v.c. 52.) Watsonia, 22(2), 182-184.
BUDD, P.A, and B. GOATER (1998). Eustixia pupula Hübner, 1823 (Lepidoptera: Pyralidae, Odontiinae), a New World pyralid new to Britain and Europe. Entomol Gaz, 49(3), 169-170.
BULLOCK, J.M, et al. (1998). Chromosome numbers and flower sizes of Ulex minor Roth, and Ulex gallii Planch. in Dorset. Watsonia, 22(2), 143-152.
COLLINS, Graham A. (1998). Field meeting Bookham Common, Surrey, 29 June 1996, Br J Entomol Nat Hist, 11(1), page 52.
COLLINS, Graham A. (1998). Two Red data Book beetles in Surrey, Br J Entomol Nat Hist, 11(1), page 6 Mickleham]
DEHARVENG, Louis, Anne Bedos and C. Gisclard (1998). Environmental factors, microgeographic patterns of endemism and hybrid zones in Monobella grassei (Insecta: Collembola: Neanuridae.) Biol J Linnean Soc, 64(4), 527-552.
DENTON, Jonty (1998). Additional records of British reed beetles (Coleoptera: Donaciinae.) Br J Entomol Nat Hist, 11(1), page 5.
DOBSON, Frank (1998). London's lichens are making a welcome return. Wild London Autumn / Winter 1998, 12-13.
ELEMENT, David (1998). Surrey sightings. Nature Line, 110, page 21. [Birds / insects]
FALK, Steven (1998). Catharosia pygmaea (Fallen)(Diptera: Tachinidae) new to Britain. Br J Entomol Nat Hist, 11(1), 1-5.
FALK, Steven (1998). Individual species impact assessments: a standardized technique for describing the impact of development proposals on critical invertebrate species. Br J Entomol Nat Hist, 11(1), 19-29.
FOOKES, Gwyneth, and Jane McLAUCHLIN (1998). Duckweeds. Nature Line, 110, 20-21.
FRITH, Mathew (1998). The final flourish. Earthstars, deceivers, dead-man's fingers London has some of the best of Britain's fungi and more. Wild London Autumn / Winter 1998, 7-9.
HALSTEAD, A.J. (1998). Two flea beetles feeding on Solanum crispum. Br J Entomol Nat Hist, 11(1), page 30. [Wisley / Woking]
HART, Colin (1998). The 1996 presidential address - part 2 the biology of plume-moths. Br J Entomol Nat Hist, 11(1), 31-36 + pls. ii-iii.
HAWKINS, Roger D. (1998). Leptarthrus vitripennis (Meigen)(Diptera: Asilidae), a robber fly new to Britain. Br J Entomol Nat Hist, 11(1), 12-14. [Riddlesdown]
HECKFORD, R.J. (1998). Notes on the larvae of four species of Microlepidoptera not previously described in the British literature. Entomol Gaz, 49(3), 155-160.
JENNINGS, Malcolm (1998). 1997 Croydon garden wildlife survey. Association of Croydon Conservation Societies: 36 + 4 pp. [Entries / maps for mammals, amphibians, reptiles, butterflies, insects. [including spiders!] and birds.]
MABBOTT, Paul (1998). Ground beetles in a garden near you, Newsl London Nat Hist Soc, 149, page 3.
MATCHAM, Chris (1998). Otters and mink. Nature Line, 110, 8-10.
MORRIS, Roger K.A. (1998). Hoverflies of Surrey. Surrey Wildlife Trust: (iv) + 244pp.
MORRIS, Roger (1998). Recording hoverflies in Surrey. Nature Line, 110, page 24.
PARNELL, J, and M. NEEDHAM (1998). Morphometric variation in Irish Sorbus L. (Rosaceae.) Watsonia, 22(2), 153-161.
PRESTON, C.D, and D.A. PEARMAN (1998). J.E. Dandy & G. Taylor's unpublished study of Potamogeton x sudermanicus Hagstr. in Britain, with an account of the current distribution of the hybrid. Watsonia, 22(2), 163-172,
PRESTON, C.D. (1998). Lectotypification of Potamogeton flabellatus Bab. (Potamogetonaceae.) Watsonia, 22(2), 184-186.
RADFORD, Mark (1998). Thursley Common, Newsl London Nat Hist Soc, 149, page 9. [Entomology]
ROTHERAY, Graham E, and Jens-Hermann STUKE (1998). Third stage larvae of four species of saproxylic Syrphidae (Diptera), with a key to the larvae of British Criorhina species. 49(3), Entomol Gaz, 209-217.
SALISBURY, A. (1998). Some observations on the large pine weevil Hylobius abietis (L.)(Coleoptera: Curculionidae. Entomol Gaz, 49(3), 195-197.
SHAW, M.R. (1998). Some genera and species of Doryctinae (Hymenoptera: Braconidae) new to Britain. Entomol Gaz, 49(3), 191-194.
STERLING, P.H. (1998). The life history of Acrolepiosis marcidella (Curtis)(Lepidoptera: Yponomeutidae) Entomol Gaz, 49(3), 151-154.
TABBUSH, P. (1998). Genetic conservation of Black poplar (Populus nigra L.) Watsonia, 22(2), 173-179.
TURTLE, Freda (1998). Beverley Brook re-survey. Newsl London Nat Hist Soc, 149, page 3.
UFFEN, R.W.J. (1998). Delayed mating in trio of Conops quadrifasciatus Deg. (Diptera: Conopidae) and the functional male theca. Br J Entomol Nat Hist, 11(1), page 30.
WEBB, David Allardice. [1912 - 1994] (1998). David Allardice Webb (1912-1994): bibliography of published writings - additions. Watsonia, 22(2), 206-207.
WHITEHEAD, P.F. (1998). Harrisina Packard, 1864 (Lepidoptera: Zygaenidae, Procridinae) new to the Palaearctic region. Entomol Gaz, 49(3), 189-190.
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