Croydon Bibliographies for Regional Survey January 1999
Number 24 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

Edited by Paul W Sowan, CNHSS Librarian
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ADLER, Dana S. (1999). A causewayed camp near Sittingbourne? Kent Archaeol Rev, 135, page 119.

BUDD, Paul (1998). Seeking the origins of bronze tools. Br Archaeol, 36, 8-9.

COLE, Geoffrey (1999). Research excavations in Bagshot, Surrey 1998. Bull Surrey Archaeol Soc, 326, 7-8.

DAVIES, Helen, et al. (1999). Archaeological fieldwork at the Royal Surrey County Hospital and Surrey Science Research Park 1980 - 1998 (Part 1.) Bull Surrey Archaeol Soc, 326, 4-7 [Guildford: Romano-British pottery.]

DAWSON, Peter (1999). Lower Medway Group visit to the rail-link site at Blue Bell Hill. Kent Archaeol Rev, 135, 97-99.

FARRAR, Linda (1999). Luxury and design in Roman gardens. Br Archaeol, 41, 10-11.

FEAKES, Lesley (1999). Surface finds from Rowans' Farm, Kingswood, near Maidstone. Kent Archaeol Rev, 135, 102-108.

FOOT, William (1998). The lost defensive ditches of wartime. Thousands of miles of wartime ditches have been filled in and forgotten. Br Archaeol, 37, 10-11.

GRAHAM, David (1999). A pin of contention. Bull Surrey Archaeol Soc, 326, 3-4 [Farnham: gold and sapphire Tudor cap pin]

GRAHAM, David (1999). Old Absalom's wheels keep on turning. A unique Victorian pottery, unchanged for 100 years, has been saved. Br Archaeol, 41, 12-13 [Wrecclesham, near Farnham]

HART, Alan (1999). Activities of the Orpington & District Archaeological Society during 1998. Kent Archaeol Rev, 135, 109-111.

HARTLEY, Mike (1999). A Neolithic chipped axe from Tolsford Hill. Kent Archaeol Rev, 135, page 111.

HAYMAN, Graham (1999). A Bronze Age enclosure and round house at Wey Manor Farm, Addlestone (TQ 058634.) Bull Surrey Archaeol Soc, 326, 10-11.

KING, Malcolm (1999). Roman cemetery at Lockham - lost and found. Kent Archaeol Rev, 135, 112-115.

KIRK, Lucy (1998). The excavation of a Quaker burial ground, 84 London Road, Kingston upon Thames. London Archaeologist, 8(11), 298-303 and 308.

MORRIS, Richard (1998). Building roads to intellectual nowhere. Archaeology and road and rail schemes is too often devoid of research objectives. Br Archaeol, 36, page 15.

MORRIS, Richard (1999). Archaeology to capture the public mind. Br Archaeol, 41, page 15.

NEWMAN, Paul (1999). Inexhaustible symbols cut into chalk. Br Archaeol, 146, 6-7 [Hill figures]

PARTRIDGE, Joe (1998). Prehistoric ditch found in Hammersmith, London Archaeologist, 8(11), 304-305.

PHILP, Brian (1999). The second battle of the Medway. Kent Archaeol Rev, 135, 99-101.

SOWAN, Paul W. (1999). Limeworks in Surrey. Bull Surrey Archaeol Soc, 326, 1-3.

SOWAN, Paul W. (1999). MPP: limeworks in Surrey. Ind Archaeol News, 108, 11-12.

SOWAN, Paul W. (1999). Monuments Protection Programme: limeworks in Surrey. Newsl Surrey Ind Hist Group, 107, 6-8.

STOCKER, Ben (1999). C.K.A. Conference, Canterbury, 14th November 1998. Kent Archaeol Rev, 135, 116-117.

TREVEIL, Phil, and Peter ROWSOME (1998). Number 1 Poultry - the main excavation: late Saxon and medieval sequence. London Archaeologist, 8(11), 283-291.

TRIPP, Christopher John (1998). Letter: the role of volunteers. London Archaeologist, 8(11), page 307.

TYERS, Paul A. (1998). Amphoras and the origins of the Brockley Hill Roman pottery industry. London Archaeologist, 8(11), 292-297.

WALDRON, Tony (1999). Modern diagnosis of ancient disease, Br Archaeol, 41, 8-9.

WARDLE, Janet (1999). The potteries on Charles Hill. Bull Surrey Archaeol Soc, 326, 8-10 [Farnham area]

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ALBRECHT, Simon (1995). Proof of evidence of Simon Albrecht. 82-90 Park Lane, Croydon. Appeal by Equity & Law Life Assurance Society plc. LB Croydon: unpaginated.

AL-SHAWAF, S., and P. JACOBS (1998). The Basingstoke Canal aqueduct, Proc Institution of Civil Engineers, 126(1), 19-30 [Newly constructed over new road]

ANON (1998). New Stonehenge proposals this month. Br Archaeol, 37, page 5 [2km road tunnel for re-routed A 303]

ANON (1999). Bat roosts: counted, protected and destroyed. Descent, 146, page 6 [National Trust properties]

BAKER, Jane (1999). Bagmoor Common nature reserve near Milford. Nature Line, 111, page 10.

BIDDLE, Martin (1995). 82 - 90 Park Lane, Croydon, Surrey. Planning Inquiry. Proof of evidence by Professor Martin Biddle. Prepared for the London Borough of Croydon. 21pp + appendices.

BLATCHLEY, Ishpi (1999). Focus on sites: Crystal Palace. London Bat Group: Natterer's News, 38, page 5.

BREEZE, Lawrence E. (1993). The British experience with river pollution, 1865 - 1876. American University Studies Series IX History 139: xviii + 297pp,

BURKE, M.P. (1998). Aesthetically notorious bridges, Proc. Institution of Civil Engineers, 126(1), 39-46 [Tower Bridge, one of the 'five worst' worldwide]

CAMPBELL, Mark (1999). The three "P"s of geological conservation. Geoscientist, 9(2), 8-9.

CHADWICK, Paul (1995). Proof of evidence of Paul Chadwick on behalf of Equity and Law Life Assurance Society Limited relating to archaeological matters at 82 - 86 Park Lane, Croydon … Lawson-Price Environmental: 31pp.

CHADWICK, Paul (1995). Appendices to proof of evidence of Paul Chadwick … Lawson-Price Environmental: unpaginated.

CHADWICK, Paul (1995). Rebuttal of the proof of evidence presented by D.J. Rackham … Lawson-Price Environmental: 8pp.

CHADWICK, Paul (1995). Rebuttal of the proof of evidence presented by Martin Biddle … Lawson-Price Environmental: 7pp.

CHADWICK, Paul (1995). Rebuttal of the proof of evidence presented by Martin G. Welch … Lawson-Price Environmental: 15pp.

COCKER, Mark (1998). Paradise lost. Natural World, 54, 20-23.

CROYDON LB (1998). Croydon 2020: the thinking & the vision. Executive summary. EDAW: 16pp.

CUNNINGHAM, Aidan (1999). Plant to the future in Miller's Pond. Spring Park Activities New 599, pages 1 and 3.

DOWNLANDS COUNTRYSIDE MANAGEMENT PROJECT (1998). Tenth year of practical conservation in action. The Downlander, 27: special issue.

ELLISON, R.A., and A. SMITH (1998). A guide to sources of earth science information for planning and development. British Geological Survey Technical Report WA/97/85: (ii) + 44pp.

ENGLISH NATURE (1998). Progress 1999. English Nature: 40pp [Vision /goals / progress report for 1998]

EVANS, Charlotte (1999). Our conservation partners in Surrey. 4 Surrey Bat Group. Nature Line, 111, page 24.

FIRMINGER, Helen (1999). Off the wall. … how we can beautify the exteriors of our homes and attract wildlife. Wild London, Winter/Spring 1999, 11-13.

JANAWAY, Robert Charles (1995). Proof of evidence of Robert Charles Janaway … on behalf of Axa Equity & Law Life Assurance Society plc. Bradford University Department of Archaeological Services: 16pp.

MATCHAM, Chris (1999). Whodunnit! … Otter Project Officer, explains how DNA fingerprinting is helping otter conservation. Nature Line, 111, page 30.

MORRISSEY, James (1995). Proof of evidence of James Morrissey … on behalf of Axa Equity & Law Life Assurance Society plc, 82 - 90 Park Lane, Croydon. Colliers Erdman Lewis International Property Consultants: 35pp.

MORRISSEY, James (1995). Proof of evidence of James Morrissey … on behalf of Axa Equity & Law Life Assurance Society plc, 82 - 90 Park Lane, Croydon. Colliers Erdman Lewis International Property Consultants: 10pp.

MORRISSEY, James (1995). Summary of Proof of evidence of James Morrissey … on behalf of Axa Equity & Law Life Assurance Society plc, 82 - 90 Park Lane, Croydon. Plans and appendices. Colliers Erdman Lewis International Property Consultants: 86pp.

NOUTRIA, Ray (1998). New rails, greener trails? Wood Warbler, 22, page 5.

O'HARE, Greg (1999). Global warming and extreme weather: a cautionary note. Geography, 84(1)(362), 87-91.

PHILLIPS, John W., and John R. DOBSON (1998). The BENHS Conservation Working Group priority species lists: macro-moths and diptera. Br J Entomol Nat Hist, 11(2), 73-77.

RACKHAM, Douglas James (1995). Public inquiry relating to a planning application for 82 - 90 Park Lane, Croydon, Surrey. Proof of evidence by James Douglas Rackham … independent environmental archaeology consultant. Unpaginated,

RAE, Joy (1998). Pollution in river sediments. NERC News, Winter 1998, 10-11.

SIMCO, Angela (1998). Monuments Protection Programme. The clay industries. Step 1 report. English Heritage: 212pp.

SPOONER, Derek (1999). Landscapes of power: the shaping of the UK's new energy geography. Geography, 84(1)(362), 66-79.

TICKELL, Oliver (1998). The agricultural revolution. Natural World, 54, 25-30.

WARDROP, D.R. (1999). A study on the accuracy of sand and gravel reserve estimates. Q J Engineering Geol, 32(1), 81-86.

WELCH, Martin G. (1995). Public inquiry relating to a planning application for 82 - 90 Park Lane, Croydon, Surrey. Proof of evidence by Martin G. Welch … Appendices. 319pp.

WHITTAKER, Kenneth Martin (1995). Anglo Saxon cemetery remains at 82 - 90 Park Lane, Croydon. Application for planning permission by Axa Equity and Law Life Assurance Society Limited. Proof of evidence. English Heritage: 55pp.

WHITTAKER, Kenneth Martin (1995). Anglo Saxon cemetery remains at 82 - 90 Park Lane, Croydon. Application for planning permission by Axa Equity and Law Life Assurance Society Limited. Appendices to Proof of evidence. English Heritage: unpaginated.

WHITTAKER, Kenneth Martin (1995). Anglo Saxon cemetery remains at 82 - 90 Park Lane, Croydon. Application for planning permission by Axa Equity and Law Life Assurance Society Limited. Rebuttal of the Proof of evidence by Douglas James Rackham. English Heritage: unpaginated.

WHITTAKER, Kenneth Martin (1995). Anglo Saxon cemetery remains at 82 - 90 Park Lane, Croydon. Application for planning permission by Axa Equity and Law Life Assurance Society Limited. Rebuttal of the Proof of evidence by Dr. Martin G. Welch. English Heritage: 14pp.

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BOWLT, Colin (1996). Ferricrete. Newsl London Nat Hist Soc, 139, page 1.

BRISTOW, R., R. MORTIMORE and C. WOOD (1999). 'Lithostratrigraphy for mapping the Chalk of southern England' by Bristow et al. (1997): discussion. Proc Geologists' Assoc, 110(1), 68-72 [Reply by authors]

GALE, A., and J. HANCOCK (1999). 'Lithostratigraphy for mapping the Chalk of southern England' by Bristow et al. (1997): discussion. Proc Geologists' Assoc, 110(1), 65-68.

GREENSMITH, J.T. (edr.) (1998). Geology of the Western Front. Geologists' Association Guide 61: vi + 79pp.

KLINCK, B.A., et al. (1998). The hydrogeological behaviour of the clay-with-flints in southern England. British Geological Survey Technical Report WE/97/5: (iii) + 28pp.

LEWIS, Simon G., et al. (1999). Pre-Anglian fluvial and Anglian glaciogenic sediments, Knettishall, Suffolk, England. Proc Geologists' Assoc, 110(1), 17-32.

PEACOCK, D.C.P., and D.J. SANDERSON (1999). Deformation history and basin-controlling faults in the Mesozoic sedimentary rocks of the Somerset coast. Proc Geologists' Assoc, 110(1), 41-52.

RICHARDS, N.P., and M.E. BARTON (1999). The Folkestone Bed sands: microfabric and strength. Q J Engineering Geol, 32(1), 21-44.

ROSE, J., et al. (1999). The origin of the Norwich brickearth: micromorphological evidence for pedological alteration of sandy Anglian Till in northeast Norfolk. Proc Geologists' Assoc, 110(1), 1-8.

SMITH, Andrew, et al. (1998). Fabulous fossils: examples of exceptional preservation. Trans Leicester Literary and Philosophical Soc, 92, 22-26.

SUMBLER, M.G., and R.J. WYATT (1999). Correlation of the Bathonian (Middle Jurassic) succession in the Minchinhampton - Burford district: a critique of Wyatt (1996.) Proc Geologists' Assoc, 110(1), 53-64.

TORRENS, Hugh (1998). Life, times and legacy of Mary Anning (1799 - 1847) fossilist. Trans Leicester Literary and Philosophical Soc, 92, 4-5.

TYERS, Anna (1999). A future for fossils. Geoscientist, 9(2), 4-7.

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ABDY, Charles (1998). A brief history of Cuddington. Surrey Hist, 5(5), 297-310.

ANON (1999). L.M. Beasley & Co. Ltd. lampshade makers, 8 Stafford Road, Caterham. Bull Bourne Soc, 175, 20-23.

ANON (1999). Wandering down the Wandle. Business South, 2(1), page 7 [Economics - Wandle valley]

BALL, C.J. (1999). The London Defence Scheme Victorian forts - Woldingham Fort. Bull Bourne Soc, 175, 5-6.

BELLAMY, David (1999). Happy birthday says Trust President David Bellamy. Nature Line, 111, 8-9 [Surrey Wildlife Trust was founded in 1959]

BROWN, John W. (1998). RIP - if you're lucky! A tale of the resurrectionists in Streatham in 1814. J East Surrey Fam Hist Soc, 21(4), 40-43 [Thomas Watts apprehended attempting to steal the body of James Burton from a grave at St Leonard's Church]

COCKERILL, Rick (1998). Ruffett Wood and Big Wood in Sutton. Notes on the woods' history … The Downlander, 27, 16-17.

COLE, John (1998). Extracts from Ordnance Survey Field Bulletins of the early 1950s. Sheetlines, 53, 52-53.

COLE, John (1998). A map in my collection. Reminiscences of the 1/1250 survey. Sheetlines, 52, 20-24.

COLE, John (1998). More bypassed map information. Sheetlines, 53, 14-15.

COLE, John (1998). Problems of the overhaul - revision of the 1:2500 map. Sheetlines, 53, 30-33.

COOMBER, George H.W. (1996). Bygone corn mills in the Horsham area. Horsham Museum Society: 110pp.

COOPER, Jim (1998). One-inch revision in the 1960s. Sheetlines, 52, 30-40.

CROYDON LB, nd, Hidden history in Croydon's parks. LB Croydon: folded sheet

DJABRI, Susan C. (edr.) (1997). The Horsham companion. A ramble around Horsham two hundred years ago. Horsham Museum Society: [vi] + 51pp.

DUCK, Margaret (1999). Caterham Valley shops: 3 Station Avenue - from a butcher to Crystal Carpets. Bull Bourne Soc, 175, 23-25.

EVANS, Richard (1998). Errors on OS maps. Sheetlines, 53, 48-49.

FERMER, Hugh (1998). Bevendean Isolation Hospital, Brighton. Sussex Ind Hist, 28, 19-26.

FORREST, David (1998). GSGS Misc Series 1999 and 2000. Sheetlines, 52, 17-20.

FORREST, David (1998). Some observations on 'Maps for the cycle-tourist' in Sheetlines 51. Sheetlines, 53, 45-46.

FORREST, David (1998). What might 1:100,000 scale national mapping of Great Britain look like? Sheetlines, 53, 17-26.

GADSBY, Joy (1999). Tales from Sanderstead Churchyard 16: Harman Atwood the younger. Bull Bourne Soc, 175, 26-28 [Harman Atwood d. 1676]

HALL, Sarah (1999). 'I shot down Amy Johnson's plane' The Guardian, 6 February 1999, page 3.

HARRIS, Nigel (1999). House database. Bull Bourne Soc, 175, page 5.

HOLROYD, Michael (1998). Centres of countries. Sheetlines, 52, 55-57.

INSTITUTE of TERRESTRIAL ECOLOGY (1998). Silver jubilee for ITE. NERC News, Winter 1998, 26-27 [25th anniversary]

JARVIS, Gerry (1998). RGS / OS Education Consultative Committee. Sheetlines, 52, 44-45.

KAVALCHUK, Roberta (1998). Brixton mill. J East Surrey Fam Hist Soc, 21(4), page 44 [Erected 1816, worked by the Ashby family until cessation of milling in 1934]

KIMBER, David C. (1998). Landranger sheet 139: Birmingham and Wolverhampton. Sheetlines, 52, 14-17.

LAWES, Brian (1998). Hastings early power supply. Sussex Ind Hist, 28, 33-39.

LEICESTER, Keith, and Ron MARTIN (1998). Brighton Station - an architectural and historical appraisal. Sussex Ind Hist, 28, 4-11.

LEWIS, Mary (1999). Landscape History Group: an Oxted walk. Bull Bourne Soc, 175, 28-29.

LIGHT, Martin (1999). Down House - an afterthought. Beckenham Historian, 316, page 8.

LLOYD, David (1998). A south London catalyst. The Croydon Canal and the Great North Wood: 2. Wood Warbler, 20, page 10.

LONGSTAFF-TYRRELL, Peter (1998). Tank roads on the Downs. Sussex Ind Hist, 28, 27-32.

McBETH, D.G. (1998). Francois Hennebique (1842 - 1921), reinforced concrete pioneer. Proc Inst Civil Engineers, 126(2), 86-95.

MARGARY, Harry (1998). Obituary. Sheetlines, 53, 3-11.

MATTHEWS, John (1999). Pond watching - Willy's Pit Pond, Warlingham. Bull Bourne Soc, 175, 17-20.

MOORE, Derek, 1999 Mo(o)re about Ble(t)chingley … Bull Bourne Soc, 175, 7-9.

MOORE, Derek, 1999 War Coppice Camp (Caterham & Bletchingley): continued. Bull Bourne Soc, 175, 14-17.

NEAL, Muriel (1999). Frederick Davis: 1900 - 1988. Bull Bourne Soc, 175, 6-7 [Poem 'Christmas with Fred']

NICHOLSON, Tim (1998). Mirrors of history 5: the case of the Twickenham ferryman. Sheetlines, 53, 34-36.

OLIVER, Richard (1998). Cycling maps. Sheetlines, 53, 47-48.

OLIVER, Richard (1998). Improvements and changes to 1:50,000 and 1:25,000 mapping. Sheetlines, 53, 54-55.

OLIVER, Richard (1998). The Information and Research Sub-Committee of the Charles Close Society. Sheetlines, 52, 50-51.

OLIVER, Richard (1998). Ordnance Survey trade marks in the later 1930s. Sheetlines, 52, 6-12.

OLIVER, Richard (1998). New maps. Sheetlines, 53, 27-30.

OLIVER, Richard (1998). Recent small-scale mapping from the Ordnance Surveys of Great Britain and Ireland. Sheetlines, 52, 40-43.

OLIVER, Richard (1998). Some observations on collecting Ordnance Survey maps. Sheetlines, 52, 25-29.

PACKHAM, Roger (1999). Connex promotion … Bull Bourne Soc, 175, page 4 [Locomotive named 'John Ruskin College']

PACKHAM, Roger (1999). Monty comes to Coulsdon 1946 Bull Bourne Soc, 175, page 3 [Visit by Field Marshall Viscount Montgomery 15th August 1946]

PACKHAM, Roger (1999). Old railway carriage found in Coulsdon. Bull Bourne Soc, 175, page 3.

PACKHAM, Roger (1999). The Radeloff clock in Caterham. Bull Bourne Soc, 175, 2-3.

PACKHAM, Roger (1999). Thatch update VI.Bull Bourne Soc, 175, 3-4 [? 20th C house in Roffes Lane]

PARKHOUSE, Neil (1998). The London B-type omnibus. Part II. Archive, 20, 45-48.

POWELL, C.G. (1980). An economic history of the British building industry 1815 - 1979. Architectural Press: ix + 211pp.

RAINEY, T. Paul (1998). Geology of a child's grave. Geologists' Assoc Circular, 931, page 17 [Bromley]

RANKIN, A.H., and P.J.C. SUTCLIFFE (1999). Morphology, chemistry and growth mechanisms of calcite concretions from an industrial water-softening process: implications for the origin of natural ooids in sediments. Proc Geologists' Assoc, 110(1), 33-40 [Sutton and east Surrey Water Company's Kenley Water Treatment Works.]

RISBY, Jon (1998). The centre of London - the OS's official answer? Sheetlines, 52, 57-58.

ROBINSON, David (1999). New facilities for Surrey historians. Surrey History Centre. Surrey Hist, 5(5), 311-316.

ROBINSON, David (1999). Surrey elections and M.P.s from the Reform Act to the present day. Surrey Hist, 5(5), 258-296.

SANDFORD, Paul (1999). Pub History Group. Bull Bourne Soc, 175, 12-13 [Nutfield]

SEELEY, John (1998). OS map extracts folded into guidebooks. Sheetlines, 52, 48-49.

SEELEY, John (1998). Yet another guidebook with Ordnance Survey map extracts. Sheetlines, 53, 53-54.

THOMPSON, Peter (1998). A family tragedy. J East Surrey Fam Hist Soc, 21(4), 32-34 [Death of David Morgan Rees, aged 5, in an accident with a cart in Overton's Yard, Croydon, in July 1889]

TREGELLES, A.R. (1858). The ways of the line. A monograph on excavators. Edinburgh: William Oliphant and Co.: 167 + 8pp [Social aspects of the railway navvies]

WILLIS, Frank (1999). The London bus scene in the Second World War - part five / part six. Beckenham Historian, 315, page 7; 316, page 7.

WOOD, A.M. Muir (1994). The Thames Tunnel 1825 - 43: where shield tunnelling began. Proc Inst Civil Engineers, 102(3), 130-139.

WOODS, Sue (1998). What's in a will? J East Surrey Fam Hist Soc, 21(4), 22-24.

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NEWMAN, Andrew (1998). Pyrite oxidation and museum collections: a review of theory and conservation treatments. Geological Curator, 6(10), 363-371.

SHARPE, Tom, Stephen HOWE and Cindy HOWELLS (1998). Gallery review: setting the standard? The Earth Galleries at the Natural History Museum, London. Geological Curator, 6(10), 395-403.

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AGASSIZ, David J.L. (1999). The cypress tip moth Argyresthia cupressella Walingham, 1890 (Lepidoptera: Yponomeutidae) new to Britain. Entomologist's Gaz, 50(1), 11-16 [Suffolk]

BAILEY, J.P., and C.D. PRESTON (1998). A cytological survey of Butomus umbellatus in the British Isles, BSBI News, 78, page 87.

BAKER, Charles (1998). Manuscript by Charles Abbot (1761 - 1817.) BSBI News, 78, page 68 [Bedfordshire Lepidoptera]

BARRINGTON, Rupert (1998). A breeding experiment with Maniola jurtina L. AB. Fracta Zweiglt (Lep.: Satyridae) Br J Entomol Nat Hist, 11(3/4), 149-151.

BEVAN, Jim (1998). Plant status and recording. BSBI News, 78, 14-16.

BIRKINSHAW, Chris (1998). The successful introduction of Artemisia campestris (field wormwood) to High Lodge pit, Mildenhall, Suffolk. BSBI News, 78, 50-52.

BLAND, K.P. (1999). Two species of stem-mining Phytomyza Fallen, 1810 (Diptera: Agromyzidae) new to Britain. Entomologist's Gaz, 50(1), 51-52.

BOWRA, John C. (1998). Oenothera section oenothera subsection oenothera. BSBI News, 78, 60-61.

BRATTON, John (1998). Toothwort management. BSBI News, 78, page 50.

BRIGGS, Mary (1998). Multicoloured yarrows. BSBI News, 78, page 47.

BROUGHTON, Ursulla A., and Brain E. WRIGHT (1998). A study of the blueing phenomenon in dog's mercury. BSBI News, 79, 40-43.

CANNON, Andrew (1999). The changing of the garden. BTO News, 220, 10-11.

CHEESMAN, Oliver (1998). Flowering of Dipsacus fullonum. BSBI News, 78, page 34.

CLASSEY, E.W. (1999). The genesis and early life of Entomologist's Gazette. Entomologist's Gaz, 50(1), 2-3.

CLEMENT, Eric (1998). Laurus and Baccharis in S. Hants (v.c. 11.) BSBI News, 79, 68-69.

CLEMENT, Eric (1998). Lavatera olbia x L. thuringiaca does occur in Britain. BSBI News, 78, 59-60.

CLOUDSLEY-THOMPSON, John (1998). The origin of life. The Linnean, 15(1), 14-15.

CLOUGH, Ron (1998). Arum italicum (Italian Lords-and-Ladies) in Sussex v.c. 13 & v.c. 14. An historical review and current status. BSBI News, 79, 55-58.

COOK, Peter J. (1998). Bassia scoparia in 28, 53 and 54. A possible connection with east coast ports. BSBI News, 78, page 63.

COOK, Peter J. (1998). Road verge Cochlearia danica - salt & sulfur? BSBI News, 79, 52-53.

COOK, Peter J. (1998). Roundabout foxtail barley - a case of salt dispersal rather than seed dispersal perhaps? BSBI News, 78, page 64.

COOPER, Fiona (1998). The link between genetic identity and leaf morphology in native black poplar (Populus nigra subsp. betulifolia.) BSBI News, 78, page 88.

COOPER, Fiona (1998). Native black poplar recording cards. BSBI News, 78, page 20.

COUSENS, Roger (1998). Flower colour variation within and between populations of wild radish (Raphanus raphanistrum.) BSBI News, 78, 34-36.

CRACKLES, Eva (1998). Thistle broomrape apparently behaving as a saprophyte. BSBI News, 79, page 53.

CRAWFORD, Pete (1998). Ponds, floating pennywort and the golden rule. The Downlander, 27, page 21.

CRITCHLEY, Nigel (1998). Uncropped wildlife strips for arable wild flowers. BSBI News, 78, 53-54.

DINES, Trevor (1998). Atlas 2000. Progress report. BSBI News, 78, 6-9.

DINES, Trevor (1998). Botanical recording and conservation. BSBI News, 78, 12-13.

DINES, Trevor (1998). The BSBI Recorders' Conference, Lancaster …BSBI News, 78, 10-11.

DOBSON, John R. (1998). A 'bee-louse' Braula schmitzi Örösi-Pal (Diptera: Braulidae) new to the British Isles, and the status of Braula spp. in England and Wales. Br J Entomol Nat Hist, 11(3/4), 139-148.

DOYLE, Jay (1999). Biodiversity update - action in Surrey! Nature Line, 111, page 17.

EDMONDSON, John, and Claire SMITH (1998). The Smith herbarium documentation project. BSBI News, 79, 39-40 [J.E. Smith]

EDMUNDS, Henry A., and Neil D. SPRINGATE (1998). Cimbex connatus (Schrank)(Hymenoptera: Cimbicidae): a rare species of sawfly in the British Isles. Br J Entomol Nat Hist, 11(2), 65-68.

ELEMENT, David (1999). Surrey sightings. Nature Line, 111, page 33 [Zoological records]

ELLIS, R. Gwynn (1998). Alien records. BSBI News, 78, 55-59.

ELLIS, R. Gwynn (1998). Alien records, BSBI News, 79, 63-64.

ELLIS, R. Gwynn (1998). Wild plants and the law. BSBI News, 79, page 59.

ELWOOD, Robert W. (1998). Sex, shape and size in spiders. NERC News, Winter 1998, 14-15.

EVERETT, Sue (1998). Native seeds and silly Euro law: please help. Proposal for a seeds directive. BSBI News, 79, 59-60.

FERGUSON, Cath, and Jonathan BRIGGS (1998). Have you seen floating (or submerged!) water-plantain? BSBI News, 78, 49-50.

FOOKES, Gwyneth, and Jane McLAUCHLIN (1999). Mulleins, Nature Line, 111, 32-33.

FREED, Timothy H. (1999). Argyresthia cupressella Walsingham (Lepidoptera: Yyponomeutidae) reaches Middlesex. Entomologist's Gaz, 50(1), page 16.

FRITH, Mathew (1999). Crevice and canyon: .. the wildlife which has adapted to London's buildings. Wild London, Winter / Spring 1999, 7-9.

GOATER, B., et al. (1999). Costaconvex centrostrigaria (Wollaston, 1858)(Lepidoptera: Geometridae): belated recognition of a species new to Britain and Europe. Entomologist's Gaz, 50(1), 29-31 [Middlesex]

GOULD, Ray (1998). Rubus lists for Devon and Cornwall. BSBI News, 79, page 53.

GRANBY, Roger (1999). Education matters … Nature Line, 111, page 14 [Nower Wood]

GRANT, Mike, and Diana MILLER (1998). Lavatera olbia x L. thuringiaca in gardens. BSBI News, 79, page 67.

GRAY, Dulcie (1998). About butterflies. The Linnean, 15(1), 36-51.

GREEN, Ian (1998). Hordeum marinum along the M5 in Somerset. BSBI News, 79, page 52.

GREENAWAY, Frank (1999). The bat box project at Thundry Meadows and Thursley Common. Nature Line, 111, page 28.

HALSTEAD, A.J. (1998). Frost survival by Cryptolaemus montrouzieri Muls. (Coleoptera: Coccinellidae) in an outdoor situation. Br J Entomol Nat Hist, 11(3/4), 163-164.

HART, Colin (1999). An estimate of the range and population levels of Fisher's estuarine moth (Gortyna borelii lunata Freyer), (Lep.: Noctuidae) in Essex, July and October 1996. Br J Entomol Nat Hist, 11(3/4), 129-138.

HAUGHTON, Alison, and James BELL (1998). Armadillidium album Dollfus (Isopoda) on the Sefton coast - implications for conservation. Br J Entomol Nat Hist, 11(2), 78-80.

HAWKINS, Steve (1998). More on grid references and O.S. maps. BSBI News, 78, 17-18.

HECKFORD, R.J. (1999). A larval population site for Blastodacna hellerella (Duponchel)(Lepidoptera: Cosmopterigidae.) Entomologist's Gaz, 50(1), page 58 [Essex]

HORSMAN, Frank (1998). Spiranthes romanzoffiana and the Greenland white-fronted goose. BSBI News, 79, 49-50.

HOWARD, Robin A. (1999). Possible migration of Noctua pronuba (L.)(Lepidoptera: Noctuidae) at Lizard Point, Cornwall. Entomologist's Gaz, 50(1), 33-38.

JOHNSON, Brian (1999). In my opinion: genetically modified crops and birds. BTO News, 220, page 17.

JONES, Richard A. (1999). Troilism in Sicus ferrugeneus (L.)(Diptera: Conopidae.) Br J Entomol Nat Hist, 11(3/4), page 138 [Sussex]

JONES, R.W., and R.J.D. TILLEY (1999). A light and electron microscope study of the green scales on the underside of the wings of the butterflies Callophrys rubi (Linnaeus, 1758) and C. avis (Chapman, 1909)(Lepidoptera: Lycaenidae.) Entomologist's Gaz, 50(1), 39-47.

KARLEY, Sean L.M. (1998). Foxtail barley - a predilection for roundabouts? - 2. BSBI News, 78, page 63 [Hordeum jubatum]

KAY, Graeme (1998). More roadside Bassia scoparia. BSBI News, 78, page 63.

KAY, Graeme (1998). A tale of two Bidens. BSBI News, 78, 64-65 [B. frondosa and B. connata]

KENT, Duggie (1998). Decreasing aliens. BSBI News, 79, page 66.

KING, G.E. (1998). The food-plants of the browntail moth Euproctis chrysorrhoea L. (Lep.: Lymantriidae) in east London. Br J Entomol Nat Hist, 11(3/4), 153-159.

KNIGHT, Gordon (1998). Bird's-foot-trefoils winning ways. BSBI News, 78, 46-47.

LANGMAID, J.R. (1999). Discovery of the larva of Monochroa hornigi (Staudinger)(Lepidoptera: Gelechiidae) in the British Isles. Entomologist's Gaz, 50(1), 57-58 [Surrey]

LANGMAID, J.R., and Klaus SATTLER (1999). Teleiodes flavimaculella (Herrich-Schäffer, 1854) new to the British fauna (Lepidoptera: Gelechiidae.) Entomologist's Gaz, 50(1), 5-10 [Sussex]

LANGRIDGE, Bruce (1998). The botany collections of Oldham Museum. The Nield Herbarium. BSBI News, 79, 36-39.

LANSDOWN, Richard (1998). British and European Callitriche specimens. BSBI News, 79, 71-72.

LEACH, Simon (1998). Spergularia marina on inland roadsides. BSBI News, 79, 51-52.

LEVEY, B., and P.M. PAVETT (1998). Bembidion (Pseudolimnaeus) inustum Duval. (Coleoptera: Carabidae) an interesting new addition to the British fauna. Br J Entomol Nat Hist, 11(3/4), 169-171.

LOWE, Christopher J. (1998). Natural nursemaids again. BSBI News, 78, 23-24 [Survival of rare tree spp. within protection from grazing afforded by mature copses]

MABBOTT, Paul R. (1999). The London ladybird survey. Newsl London Nat Hist Soc, 152, page 2.

MAJERUS, Michael, et al. (1998). The inheritance of a melanic form of the 7 spot ladybird, Coccinella septempunctata L. (Coleoptera: Coccinellidae.) Br J Entomol Nat Hist, 11(3/4), 180-184.

MANNERS, David, More toothwort management. BSBI News, 79, page 63.

MARCHANT, John, et al. (1999). Why does the BTO organise surveys that way? … Your queries answered. BTO News, 220, 6-7.

MATZKE-HAJEK, Günter (1998). Grid-mapping in botany goes back 230 years! BSBI News, 79, page 81.

MIDDLETON, Richard (1998). Oenanthe pimpinelloides, a new plant for northern England? BSBI News, 78, 36-38.

MUMMERY, Joan (1998). Floral diversity on Essex verges. BSBI News, 79, 60-61.

NELSON, E. Charles, and Georg ZIZKA (1998). Fascicularia (Bromeliaceae) established in NW Europe. BSBI News, 78, page 62.

NEWMAN, Mervyn (1999). We're desperate for Surrey mammal records. Nature Line, 111, page 22.

NEWTON, John (1999). Luminary of living buildings … introducing the case for wildlife on your outdoor walls. Wild London, Winter / Spring 1999, page 3.

OLIVER, Jack (1998). More on hybrid sloes. BSBI News, 79, 54-55.

OLIVER, Jack (1998). Variability in the common ash (Fraxinus excelsior.) BSBI News, 78, 28-31.

OLIVER, Jack (1998). Vigorous variants of Brachypodium pinnatum in N. Wilts. And Gloucs. BSBI News, 79, 44-49.

OWEN, J.A. (1999). Beetles occurring underground at the roots of old trees on Ashtead Common, Surrey, Great Britain. Entomologist's Gaz, 50(1), 59-67.

PERRATON, Christopher J. (1998). Extinction or survival of rare plants. BSBI News, 79, page 60.

PHILLIPS, John. 1998, Field meeting report. Sidney Wood, Dunsfold, Surrey. 20 June 1998. Br J Entomol Nat Hist, 11(3/4), 151-152.

PORLEY, Ron (1998). True fox-sedge - a request for information. BSBI News, 78, 67-68 [Carex vulpina]

REYNOLDS, Sylvia (1998). Postscript on Dipsacus in Dublin. BSBI News, 78, 32-33.

RICH, Tim (1998). E.S. Marshall's annotated London catalogues at National Museum and Gallery, Cardiff (NMW.) BSBI News, 79, 34-35.

ROBINSON, Neil A. (1998). Observations on the "Guest ant" formicoxenus nitidulus (Nylander) in nests of the red wood ant Formica rufa L. in 1997. Br J Entomol Nat Hist, 11(2), 125-128.

RUMSEY, Fred J. (1998). Adiantum raddianum Presl. In London. BSBI News, 78, page 60 [Maidenhair fern growing in Pimlico]

SCANNELL, Maura J.P. (1998). Cardamine pratensis in urban lawns in Dublin. BSBI News, 79, 50-51.

SHAW, Julian M.H. (1998). Aetheorhiza comes with strawberry fare. BSBI News, 79, 67-68 [Possible introduction of A. bulbosa from Spain in punnets of strawberries]

SHERLOCK, Noreen, and Roy SHERLOCK (1998). Hybrid sloes. BSBI News, 78, 38-39.

SIRIWARDENA, Gavin (1999). Survival or breeding performance - are these causing farmland bird declines? BTO News, 220, 8-9.

SMITH, Paul (1998). Recording cards: some more views. BSBI News, 78, 18-19.

SOUTHAM, Mervyn (1998). Ferula - communis and beyond. BSBI News, 79, 64-66.

STACE, Clive (1998). News from the BSBI Database. BSBI News, 78, 20-21.

STACE, Clive (1998). The Vice-Comital Census Catalogue Project. BSBI News, 78, 21-22.

STEWART, A.J.A., and M.R. WILSON (1998). Notes on the distribution of Ledra aurita (L.)(Homoptera: Cicadellidae) in Britain. Br J Entomol Nat Hist, 11(3/4), 167-168.

TANTRAM, Ray (1999). A fungal first on Brentmoor Heath. From south east Asia to Surrey. Nature Line, 111, page 20 [1st English record for Gymnopilus dilepis]

TENNENT, W. John (1998). The previously unknown female of Delias alberti tetamba Arora, (Lepidoptera: Pieridae.) Br J Entomol Nat Hist, 11(2), 69-71.

TOONE, Geoff (1998). Phytogeography and recording. BSBI News, 78, 19-20.

TREMEWAN, W.G. (1999). An apparently anomalous sex-ratio in Zygaena (Zygaena) trifolii (Esper, 1783)(Lepidoptera: Zygaenidae.) Entomologist's Gaz, 50(1), 27-28.

TREMEWAN, W.G. (1999). Genetics of British Zygaena Fabricius, 1775 (Lepidoptera: Zygaenidae). VI. The confluent forms of Zygaena (Zygaena) filipendulae (Linnaeus, 1758.) Entomologist's Gaz, 50(1), 17-27.

VICKERY, Roy (1998). Database of BM Orchidaceae. BSBI News, 78, page 31.

VICKERY, Roy (1998). Dialect plant-names. BSBI News, 78, page 23.

VOGEL, J.C., et al. (1998). The status, distribution and genetic diversity of Asplenium csikii in the British Isles. BSBI News, 78, 92-93.

WILSON, Andy (1999). The 1999 Nightingale Survey - you can help. BTO News, 220, page 14.

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