Croydon Bibliographies for Regional Survey February 2000
Number 34 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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ANON., (2000). 137-143 High Street, Guildford: a summary of archaeological work in 1999. Bull Surrey Archaeol Soc, 335, 7-8.

APTED M.R., GILYARD-BEER R., SAUNDERS A.D. (edrs), (1977). Ancient monuments and their interpretation. Essays presented to A.J.P. Taylor. Chichester: Phillimore: xix + 371pp.

AYRE, Julian, and Robin WROE-BROWN, (2000). Millennium Bridge Bankside Gardens, Southwark. Bull Surrey Archaeol Soc, 335, page 14.

BARBER, Martyn, David FIELD and Peter TOPPING, (1999). The Neolithic flint mines of England. English Heritage: ix + 95pp.

BOWSHER, Julian, (1999). Saxon foreshore at Temple Place. London Archaeologist, 9(3), 82-89.

COWAN, Carrie, Alison STEELE, and Paul HUTCHINGS, (1999). Excavations at Mount Vernon, Frognal Rise, Hampstead. London Archaeologist 9(3), 77-81.

ENGLISH, Judie, (2000). Mickleham Downs Landscape Survey. Bull Surrey Archaeol Soc, 335, 10-11.

GOWER, Graham, (1999). The Bronze Age 'bridge' at Vauxhall. London Archaeologist, 9(3), page 90.

RAPSON, Gabby, and Judie ENGLISH, (2000). Worked flints from Bridge Farm, Cranleigh. Bull Surrey Archaeol Soc, 335, 5-6.

RIDGEWAY, Victoria, and J. BUTLER, (1999). Prehistoric finds at Hopton Street in Southwark. London Archaeologist 9(3), 72-76.

SIDELL, Jane, John GIORGI and Alan PIPE, (1999). Environmental archaeology in London 1995-1998, Part I. London Archaeologist 9(3), 67-71.

SMITH, Terence Paul, (1999). London palaces. London Archaeologist, 9(3), page 90.

SOWAN, Paul W., (2000). Abandoned railway earthworks on Riddlesdown? Bull Bourne Soc, 179, 18-19.

SOWAN, Paul W., (2000). The Reigate stone research project. Bull Surrey Archaeol Soc, 335, 1-5 [Incl. part of quarry plan]

VARLEY, Martin, (2000). The lands that time forgot. Geographical Magazine, 72(2), 26-31 [England's 3,000 abandoned / deserted villages]

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ANON, (1999). Dawcombe Nature Reserve. Nature Line, 114, page 7 [Donated to the Surrey Wildlife Trust]

ABBOTT, James, (2000). The new Thameslink 2000. Modern Railways 57(617), 33-34, 36-38,and 40-41.

ABBOTT, Stephen, (1999). Our conservation partners in Surrey 7. Surrey Bird Club. Nature Line 114, page 19.

BEVAN, David, (2000). London's wild water plants. Wild London, Winter / Spring 2000, 8-9.

COLCLOUGH, Steve, (2000). London's rivers have been much abused in the past … Wild London, Winter / Spring 2000, 13-14 [Fish]

DOYLE, Jay, (1999). Surrey's landscape through the millennia. Nature Line, 114, 10-11, and 13.

FRITH, Mathew, (2000). Would you rather your local park lake was alive with lush vegetation, hopping with frogs and patrolled by beautiful dragonflies. Or do you prefer a hard-edged, murky brown angling pool? Wild London, Winter / Spring 2000, 11-12.

GOODE, David, (2000). What should the Mayor do for London's biodiversity? Wild London, Winter / Spring 2000, page 7.

JENKIN, Bernard, (2000). The future of the railway - the Conservative view. Modern Railways 57(617), 30-31.

JOHNSON, May, (2000). Letter. Re: Woodside Green. Croydon Advertiser, 21st January 2000.

MAUNDER, Tamsin, (2000). Bramley Bank. Wild London, Winter / Spring 2000, page 16 [Croydon]

SMITH, Melanie J., (2000). What will happen to listed building? Croydon Advertiser, 21st January 2000 [Coombe Cliff]

SOWAN, Paul W., (2000). Croydon and District Regional Survey - Land Use Survey - c. 1912-1920. CNHSS: Croydon Bibliographies for Regional Survey 35: 7 pages.

TOWERS, Darren, (1999). Action for Surrey's wildlife. Part two. Looking out for wildlife. Making a difference by knowing what's where and when. Nature Line 114, 25 and 27.

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CATT, John A., and J.V. HEPWORTH, (2000). Aspects of English silcretes and comparison with some Australian occurrences: comment. Proc Geologists' Assoc. 111(1), 86-90 [Clay-with-flints / puddingstones / sarsens etc]

MOGHADAM, H.V., and C.R.C. PAUL, (2000). Micropalaeontology of the Cenomanian at Chinnor, Oxfordshire, and comparison with the Dover - Folkestone succession. Proc. Geologists' Assoc. 111(1), 17-39 [Chalk]

POTTER, John F., (2000). The occurrence of travertine in churches of the London Basin. Proc. Geologists' Assoc. 111(1), 55-70.

ULLYOTT, J. Stewart, Colin A. WHITEMAN and David J. NASH, (2000). Field meeting: landscape evolution in the eastern South Downs, with particular reference to sarsens and Quaternary deposits, Saturday 17 October, 1998. Proc. Geologists' Assoc. 111(1), 91-96.

WILKINSON, Keith N., Robert G. SCAIFE, and E. Jane SIDELL, (2000). Environmental and sea-level changes in London from 10,500 BP to the present: a case study from Silvertown. Proc. Geologists' Assoc. 111(1), 41-54.

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ANON, (2000). Letters from the Front 1900. Bull Bourne Soc, 179, 8-9.

ANON, (2000). Monty comes to Coulsdon in 1946. Bull Bourne Soc, 179, 9-10.

BASHFORD, -, (2000). A few memories of 14 Croydon Road and the Museum. Bull Holmesdale Nat Hist Club, 65, 3-4 [Reigate]

BEAVIS, Jim, (1999). The Croydon races. Streatham: Local History Publications: 52pp.

BIRD, David, (2000). The 'Surrey puma' in the 18th century? Bull Surrey Archaeol Soc, 335, page 14.

BURDEN, Eugene, (1999). Early issues of Bartholomew's Reduced Ordnance Survey of England & Wales scale 2 miles to an inch. Sheetlines, 56, 22-26.

COLE, John, (1999). The Ordnance Survey 1:1250 National Grid surveys: an updated list. Sheetlines, 56, 13-16.

COLE, John, (1999). Survey diagrams - 1:10,560. Sheetlines, 56, 18-21.

DUCK, Margaret, (2000). Timber Hill, Caterham Valley. Bull Bourne Soc, 179, 22-24.

EDWARDS, S.A., (2000). Working on Halliloo Farm in wartime. Bull Bourne Soc, 179, 20-21.

FOOKES, Gwyneth, (2000). 'Cowleymore', Whyteleafe Road, Caterham. Bull Bourne Soc, 179, 6-7.

FOOKES, Gwyneth, (2000). Landscape History Group. New Year walk, 2nd January 2000. Bull Bourne Soc, 179, 26-27.

GADSBY, Joy, (2000). Tales from Sanderstead Churchyard - 21: The Saker family. Bull Bourne Soc, 179, 24-25.

GRAVETT, Kenneth, (2000). Kenneth Gravett [memoire by Dennis Turner] Bull Surrey Archaeol Soc, 335, 8-9 [On his death on 20th November 1999]

HUNT, Arthur, (2000). 2000 years of map making. Geography, 85(1), 3-14.

LAKER, M.P., (2000). Memories of Coulsdon in the 1920s. Bull Bourne Soc, 179, 16-17.

PRICE, J.M., (2000). Train cleaners at Coulsdon. Bull Bourne Soc, 179, page 4.

RUFFLE, Jane, (2000). The lost shops of Kenley. Bull Bourne Soc, 179, 10-11.

SEAR, Ruth, (2000). Robert Lowe and 'Sherbrooke.' Bull Bourne Soc, 179, 7-8.

WATTS, Rosie, (2000). Memories of Coulsdon in the early 1920s. Bull Bourne Soc, 179, 15-16.

WILDER, Mavis, (2000). Ladies of Riddlesdown. Bull Bourne Soc, 179, 4-5.

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ALEXANDER, Keith N.A., (1999). Procas granulicollis Walton (Col: Curculionidae) discovered in Surrey. Br J Entomol Nat Hist, 12(4), 220 [Holmwood Common]

ALEXANDER, K.N.A., and A.P. FOSTER, (1999). Scarce wood-decay beetles in a river floodplain farmed landscape in the upper Thames valley. Br J Entomol Nat Hist, 12(4), 213-214.

BLANEY, Cindy, (2000). Underground movement. London Bat Group: Natterer's News, 41, 4-5 [Bats in tunnels at Highgate]


BRIGGS, Jonathan, (1999). Kissing goodbye to mistletoe? The results of a national survey aimed at discovering whether mistletoe in Britain is in decline. Plantlife / Botanical Society of the British Isles: 20pp.

COLEMAN, Derek, (2000). Sutton's serotine roost found. London Bat Group: Natterer's News, 41, page 1.

CROSSLEY, Roy, (1999). Oedalea ringdahli Chvála (Diptera: Hybotidae) in northern England. Br J Entomol Nat Hist, 12(1), page 231.

DINES, Trevor, and David PEARMAN, (2000). Atlas 2000 progress report. BSBI News, 83, 6-11.

ELEMENT, David, (1999). Surrey sightings: invertebrates galore! Nature Line, 114, page 36.

HOLLIER, John, and Jonathan BRIGGS, (1999). The specialist Hemiptera associated with mistletoe. Br J Entomol Nat Hist, 12(4), 237-239.

HORSMAN, Frank, (2000). Edmund Pitt (1613-1688) and Sorbus domestica in Wyre Forest. BSBI News, 83, 22-24.

JONES, Richard A., (1999). Entomological surveys of vertical river flood defence walls in urban London - brownfield corridors: problems, practicalities and some promising results. Br J Entomol Nat Hist, 12(4), 193-213 [Deptford Creek and river Wandle]

JONES, Richard A., and Peter J. HODGE, (1999). Notes on the occurrence of the planthoppers Reptalus panzeri (Löw)(Hemiptera: Cixiidae) and Asiraca clavicornis (Fab.)(Hemiptera: Delphacidae.) Br J Entomol Nat Hist, 12(4), 239-240.

JONES, Richard A., (1999). Nysius senecionis (Schilling)(Hemiptera: Lygaeidae) feeding in large numbers on Guernsey fleabane. Br J Entomol Nat Hist, 12(4), 229-231 [Wandsworth]

KIRBY, P., (1999). Buchaniella continua (B. White)(Hemiptera: Anthocoridae) established in Britain. Br J Entomol Nat Hist, 12(4), 221-223 [London]

KIRBY, P., (1999). A new locality for Cosmotettix caudatus (Flor)(Hemiptera: Cicadellidae), with a note on its ecology. Br J Entomol Nat Hist, 12(4), 225-226 [Northamptonshire]

KIRBY, P., (1999). Notes on the habitats of Hebrus ruficeps (Thomson)(Hemiptera: Hebridae.) Br J Entomol Nat Hist, 12(4), 235-238.

LEVEY, B., (1999). Mordellistena secreta Horak (Coleoptera: Modellidae), a species new to Britain. Br J Entomol Nat Hist, 12(4), 227-229 [Hounslow]

MADEC, Luc, Christophe DESBUQUOIS, and Marie-Agnes COUTELLEC-VRETO, (2000). Phenotypic plasticity in reproductive traits: importance in the life history of Helix aspersa (Mollusca: Helicidae) in a recently colonized habitat. Biol J Linnean Soc, 69(1), 25-39.

PLANT, Colin W. (edr.), (1999). The natural history of Buckingham Palace garden, London, Part I. London Naturalist, 78, Supplement: (i) + 108pp.

SALMON, Michael A., (1999). Ptomaphagus varicornis (Rosenhauer)(Col.: Leiodidae) in north Devon. Br J Entomol Nat Hist, 12(4), 234-235.

SPALTON, Laurie, (2000). A previously unrecognised Bromus. BSBI News, 83, 20-21.

SUCKLING, Roger, (1999). Grey herons. Nature Line, 114, page 15.

WEBB, Dave, (1999). Surrey habitats - 1. Flood meadows. Nature Line, 114, 30-31.

WINOKUR, Leonard, (1999). Humming-bird hawk-moth Macroglossum stellatarum (L.)(Lep.: Sphingidae) probing the ground. Br J Entomol Nat Hist, 12(4), 224-225 [Hampshire]

WRIGHT, Jonathan, (2000). Bats of Britain: Barbastelle (Barbastella barbastellus.) London Bat Group: Natterer's News, 41, page 6.

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