Croydon Bibliographies for Regional Survey April 2002
 
Number 66 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)

ANON, (2002). Great Culverden Park. Newsl Kent Underground Res Grp 72, 1-2 [Report of investigation of possible grotto / icehouse / hydraulic ram chamber at Tunbridge Wells]

ANON, (2002). Well and cistern at Maidstone. Newsl Kent Underground Res Grp 72, page 1 [Report of investigation]

BANNISTER, Nicola R., (2002). Archaeological assessment of selected Woodland Trust properties in Surrey. Bull Surrey Archaeol Soc 356, page 11.

CATFORD, Nick, (2001). Crawley Borough Emergency Centre (West Sussex). Subterranea Britannica Siren 9, 24-24 [Report of site visit]

CATFORD, Nick, (2001). Horsham District Emergency Centre (West Sussex). Subterranea Britannica Siren 9, page 28 [Report of site visit]

CATFORD, Nick, (2001). Peartree House today. Subterranea Britannica Siren 9, 13-14 [Report of site visit to former Cold War emergency control centre in Lambeth]

CATFORD, Nick, (2001). Southwark Borough Control 51C5. Subterranea Britannica Siren 9, 39-41 [Report of site visit to former Cold War emergency control centre: includes floor plan]

CATFORD, Nick, (2001). Visit to RGHQ 6.1 and Aspidistra. Subterranea Britannica Siren 9, 36-39[Report of site visit to former Cold War emergency control centre and WWII black propaganda transmitter in Sussex]

CATFORD, Nick, (2001). 2 Guildford bunkers. Subterranea Britannica Siren 9, 17-18 [Report of site visits]

CATFORD, Nick, (2002). Oxgate or I.P. Secretary's Newsl Subterranea Britannica 24, 33-34 [London: site visit to former WWII Alternative Cabinet War Rooms at Dollis Hill]

CATFORD, Nick, (2002). Paddock. Secretary's Newsl Subterranea Britannica 24, page 34 [London: site visit to former WWII Admiralty bunker]

CATFORD, Nick, (2002). Public air-raid shelters in Guildford. Secretary's Newsl Subterranea Britannica 24, page 34 [Site visit to former deep underground air-raid shelter at Foxenden quarry]

CATFORD, Nick, (2002). Southern Railway Regional Control Centre and Divisional Control Rooms. Secretary's Newsl Subterranea Britannica 24, 20-24 [Describes underground and surface WWII control rooms at Dorking (Deepdene), Redhill, Orpington, and Woking; report of site visit to the underground rooms at Dorking, with floor plan]

CATFORD, Nick, (2002). Visit to Brighton sewers. Secretary's Newsl Subterranea Britannica 24, 11-12.

CATFORD, Nick, (2002). Visit to RAF Uxbridge. Secretary's Newsl Subterranea Britannica 24, 31-32.

CLINCH, Mike, (2002). Mote Park ragstone mine. Newsl Kent Underground Res Grp 72, 2-3 [Report of negotiations for renewed access to underground building-stone quarry at Maidstone / includes plan survey]

CLINCH, Mike, (2002). Snape Wood problems and solutions. Newsl Kent Underground Res Grp 72, page 1 [Investigation of a mid-19th century ironstone mine in the Weald]

CROCKER, Alan, (2002). The restoration of the Wellington Arch. Lecture to the Surrey Industrial History Group by Alistair Glass, 16th October 2001. Bull Surrey Archaeol Soc 356, 12-23 [Reprinted from January 2002 issue of Newsl Surrey Ind Hist Grp (125)]

EDWARDS, Sue, (2002). Denehole descent at Hangman's Wood. Newsl Kent Underground Res Grp 72, page 4 [Report of visit to this Essex denehole]

FARRER, Hugh, (2002). Dover Citadel. Newsl Kent Underground Res Grp 72, page 4 [Report of visit to western end of Western Heights fortifications]

FARRER, Hugh, (2002). Well at Hastings. Newsl Kent Underground Res Grp 72, 4-5 [Report of site visit]

FORD, Caroline, (2001). Norwood's nuclear bunker. Subterranea Britannica Siren 9, 12-13 [Lambeth: Peartree House]

FUNNELL, John, (2002). Rocky Clump excavations 2001. CBA SouthEast Newsl 21, 6-7 [Sussex]

GIBBS, Gill, (2002). Analysis of experimental slags and iron. Newsl Wealden Iron Res Grp 35, 5-6.

GRAHAM, David, (2002). Nothing found at Frensham (for a change.) Bull Surrey Archaeol Soc 356, page 13.

GRAHAM, David, (2002). The Westcott enclosure. Bull Surrey Archaeol Soc 356, page 4.

HERBERT, Brian, John BAILLIE, and Tim SMITH, (2002). Experimental ironsmelting. Newsl Wealden Iron Res Grp 35, 3-4.

LE GEAR, Rod F., (2002). Snape Wood ironstone workings: northern mine galleries TQ 6335 3021. Newsl Kent Underground Res Grp 72, page 6 [Location map and plan and section of mine tunnels]

RUDLING, David, and Chris BUTLER, (2002). Archaeological investigations at Barcombe Roman Villa, 2001 and 2002. CBA SouthEast Newsl 21, 4-6 [East Sussex]

SMITH, Andrew, (2002). Visit to the Marsham Street Rotundas and Steel Framed Building. Secretary's Newsl Subterranea Britannica 24, 25-26 [London: the former Government emergency 'Citadel']

SOWAN, Paul W., (2001). Underground at Dollis Hill. Subterranea Britannica Siren 9, page 11 [Report of site visit to former Alternative Cabinet War Rooms, London]

SOWAN, Paul W., (2002). Reigate Stone Research project: the first results. Bull Surrey Archaeol Soc 356, 2-4.

THOMAS, Gabor, (2002). Dig shows prehistoric origins of 'medieval' settlement. CBA SouthEast Newsl 21, page 14 [East Sussex]

WILKINSON, Paul, (2002). The Roman villa at Deerton Street. CBA SouthEast Newsl 21, 11-13 [Kent]

WILLIAMS, David, (2002). A medieval site at Clifton's Lane, Reigate. Bull Surrey Archaeol Soc 356, page 2.

WILLIAMS, David, (2002). Two new medieval personal seal dies from east Surrey. Bull Surrey Archaeol Soc 356, 4-5.

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GENERAL / GEOGRAPHY / PLANNING / CONSERVATION / REFERENCE

ANON, (2002). Building a future for frogs. Engl Nature Mag 60, page 16.

ANON, (2002). A nature haven in an urban jungle. Croydon Rep 36, 12-13 [Heathfield Ecology Centre]

ANON, (2002). The SSSI challenge. Engl Nature Mag 60, 14-15.

DYALL, Keith, (2001). What is Thameslink's potential? Railwatch 90, page 13.

ENGLISH HERITAGE, (2002). Annual Review 2000 / 2001. EH: 40pp

FLETCHER, Dave, (2002). A new era for our inland waterways. The Institution of Civil Engineers 'Vernon Harcourt Lecture' 20 January 2002. ICE: 19pp

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GEOLOGY / EARTH SCIENCES

ANON, (2002). Swallets at Lower Ensden and Nickle Farm. Newsl Kent Underground Res Grp 72, page 4.

SOWAN, Paul W., (2002). Winter 2000 / 2001: rainfall and flooding in east Surrey mines and quarries. Secretary's Newsl Subterranea Britannica 24, page 10.

ZIJLSTRA, Hans [Johannes J.P.], 1995, The sedimentology of Chalk. Springer-Verlag Lecture Notes in Earth Sciences 54: ix + 194 + (iv) pp [ISBN 3-540-58948-1][CNHSS]

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LOCAL HISTORY

ABSON, Jonathan, (2002). Foreign railways working on to LB & SCR. The Brighton Circular 28(1), 14-16.

ABSON, Jonathan, (2002). LB & SCR 'milk / fruit' van no. 270. The Brighton Circular 28(1), page 17.

ANON, (2001). Shear weight of history: piling to stabilise a massive slope failure on the M25 near Godstone has just been completed. Ground Engineering, November 2001, page 26.

ANON, (2002). Dodgy horse-trading in Larkhall Lane. Excerpt from The Times, 28 June 1817. Court of King's Bench, Guildhall, Friday June 27. Foott v. Atkins. J East Surrey Fam Hist Soc 25(1), page xv [Clapham]

ANON, (2002). G-ABNX Robinson Redwing II. J Croydon Airport Soc 41, 17-18 [Photograph and historical details of aircraft]

ANON, (2002). World flight or "How not to do it!" J Croydon Airport Soc 41, 5-7 [Departed from Croydon]

ASHFORD, Colin, (2002). Cross-Channel disaster, J Croydon Airport Soc 41, 11-15.

BODDY, Bill, (2002). Croydon in the twenties. J Croydon Airport Soc 41, pages 10 and 16.

BROOKS, Grahame (edr), (2002). The Bourne Society Village Histories 6. Kenley. The Bourne Society: viii + 191pp [ISBN 0-900992-57-3]

BROWN, John W., (2002). William Martin - Streatham's mystery airman. J East Surrey Fam Hist Soc 25(1), 33-35.

BROWNING, Eric J., (2002). William George May Mead. The Brighton Circular 28(1), 18-21 [Mead [1870-1930] was stationmaster at Kingscote 1915-1926]

BUTTERS, Neil, (2002). Photograph - 'The Brighton bell.' The Brighton Circular 28(1), 38-39.

CAMPBELL, James W.P., (2002). Seventeenth-century bricklayers' contracts: Wren's City churches. British Brick Society Information 87, 10-21.

COE, Derek, (2002). Fares at Kingscote. The Brighton Circular 28(1), 22-27 [Sussex: includes O.S. map extract shewing Kingscote Station, Sussex, and a table of fares for various years from 1913 to 1953]

COX, Ronald C.W., (2002). "It's good to talk .." Poor communication cost lives when typhoid came to Croydon. Beckenham Historian 347, pages 1 and 5 [Report of talk on the 1937 typhoid epidemic]

CRUTTENDEN, Mike, (2002). LB & SCR locomotive workings. The Brighton Circular 28(1), 16-17.

EDSALL, David, (2002). LBSC 'foreign' workings. The Brighton Circular 28(1), page 16.

EDSALL, David, (2002). Three Bridges: 1911 OS maps. The Brighton Circular 28(1), 32-33 [Includes extract from OS plan showing station and corn mill, and comment on widening of the lines here]

FURNISS, Charlie, and Elizabeth ORCUTT, (2002). London buses: easyrider. Geographical J 74(4), 40-43 [London: routemaster buses]

HARAN, Brian, (2002). Museum buys papers of Darwin's rival. Croydon Advertiser, 15 March 2002, page 6 [Alfred Russel Wallace's papers sold by his family to the Natural History Museum]

HARVEY, John, (2002). The Rollason Condor at 40. J Croydon Airport Soc 41, 8-9.

JEFFS, James, (2002). Air traffic. J Croydon Airport Soc 41, 19-20 [Reprinted from Transair Review, March 1957]

KNAPP, Sandra, (2001). Leicester and evolution: the story of Alfred Russel Wallace. Trans Leicester Lit Phil Soc 95. 13-14.

MARX, Klaus, (2002). Brighton shareholders' meetings (continued.) The Brighton Circular 28(1), 34-37.

MARX, Klaus, (2002). Photograph - Caffins Mill, Three Bridges. The Brighton Circular 28(1), 30-31.

MARX, Klaus, (2002). Romance at Rowfant. The Brighton Circular 28(1), 4-10 [Sussex: historical and biographical details relating to Rowfant station and staff]

MILLS, Stephen, (2002). T-265656 Pte. William Thomas Prismall, Queen's Royal West Surrey Regiment. 'I wanted a normal life, but I died in the mud at Paschendael.' J East Surrey Fam Hist Soc 25(1), 44-47.

MOORE, Keith, (2002). The burial places of Battersea inhabitants 1854 - 1860. J East Surrey Fam Hist Soc 25(1), 15-21.

GALLAGHER, Sheila, (2002). Smallpox - Thames hospital ships - a further installment. J East Surrey Fam Hist Soc 25(1), pages 24 and 28.

PICKERING, Marie, (2002). Queens Road Cemetery, Croydon. J East Surrey Fam Hist Soc 25(1), 14-15.

SHAW, Herbert T., (2002). Mr. Herbert (Bertie) Shaw. Croydon Advertiser, 15 March 2002, page 22 [Notice of his death aged 90]

SKEMPTON, A.W., M.M. CHRIMES, R.C. COX, P.S.M. CROSS-RUDKIN, R.W. RENNISON, and E.C. RUDOCK, (2002). A biographical dictionary of civil engineers in Great Britain and Ireland. Vol. 1: 1500 - 1830. Thomas Telford Ltd / Institution of Civil Engineers: xli + 897pp [ISBN 0-7277-2939-X]

SOWAN, Paul W., (2002). The Betchworth limeworks and sandlime brick manufacture at Holmethorpe (Merstham / Redhill.) Newsl Surrey Ind Hist Grp 126, 28-30.

STRACY, Julia, (2002). Sheep, goats and coal tax posts. Downlander 33, 14-15 [Woldingham]

SUTTON, Roger, (2002). The Rolls family of Bermondsey and Camberwell. J East Surrey Fam Hist Soc 25(1), 22-23.

TYRRELL, Mike, (2002). Second World War Communication Bunkers of the Southern Railway: preparation for war. Secretary's Newsl Subterranea Britannica 24, 17-19 [Describes, inter alia, the history of installations at Brighton, Chatham, Dorking (Deepdene), Dorking (North), Dover, Feltham Yard, London (Waterloo), Orpington, Redhill, Southampton, and Woking]

WARD, Keith, (2001). Control centre policy for the Civil Defence Corps 1952 - 1968: a contrast between Kent and Middlesex. Subterranea Britannica Siren 9, 15-16.

WELLINGS, Nick, (2002). Murder on the Brighton Express (continued.) The Brighton Circular 28(1), 11-12 [Murder of Mrs. Ada Stone near Three Bridges, 25 April 1914]

WRIGHT, Tony, (2002). Sir Edwin Lutyens and Daneshill brickworks. British Brick Society Information 87, 22-26 [Hampshire]

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MUSEUMS

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NATURAL HISTORY

ANON, (2002). Park Ham 12th June 2001 - quadrat survey. Downlander 33, page 22.

BARNARD, Peter C., (2001). The caddisflies (Trichoptera) of Buckingham Palace Garden. London Naturalist 80(Supplement), 193-196.

BATER, John, (2001). The earthworms (Oligochaeta) of Buckingham Palace Garden. London Naturalist 80(Supplement), 109-110.

BAXTER, Roger, and Elspeth C. BAXTER, (2002). Results of a five-year study of leaf miners (Diptera: Agromyzidae) on Bookham Common. London Naturalist 80, 193-201 [Holly leaf miners]

BLAND, K.P., (2002). Napomyza elegans (Meigen)(Diptera: Agromyzidae) confirmed as a root-miner of common valerian, Valeriana officinalis. Br J Entomol Nat Hist 14(4), page 224.

BOOTH, R.G., J.S. DENTON, and B. LEVEY, (2002). Gyrophaena munsteri Strand (Coleoptera: Staphylinidae) in Hampshire and Carmarthenshire. Br J Entomol Nat Hist 14(4), 215-216.

BOWLT, Colin, et al., (2002). Hampstead Heath Survey. Progress report for 2000. London Naturalist 80, 203-217.

BURTON, John F., (2002). A history of the vertebrate fauna of Blackheath and Greenwich Park, 1850 - 1999. London Naturalist 80, 43-98.

BURTON, Rodney M., (2002). Botanical records for 2000. London Naturalist 80, 219-224 [Includes v.c. 16 (West Kent) in pages 219-220, and v.c. 17 (Surrey) in pages 220-221]

CARTER, David J., (2001). The butterflies and moths (Lepidoptera) of Buckingham Palace Garden. London Naturalist 80(Supplement), 197-206.

CHANDLER, Peter, (2002). Collections of T.R. Eagles and E.A. Bowles. Br J Entomol Nat Hist 14(4), page 231.

CHANDLER, Peter J., (2001). Fungus gnats (Diptera: Bolitophilidae, Keroplatidae, and Mycetophilidae) in Buckingham Palace Garden. London Naturalist 80(Supplement), 207-212.

CHANDLER, Peter J., (2001). Nematocera (Diptera) in Buckingham Palace Garden. London Naturalist 80(Supplement), 109-110.

CHRISTIE, Laurie, (2002). Obituary, Laurie Christie, 1929 - 2001 [By R.W.J. Uffen and M.R. Wilson] Br J Entomol Nat Hist 14(4), 245-247.

COCKERILL, Rick, (2002). Say 1. Comparison between habitats. Downlander 33, page 21 [Devilsden Wood and Happy Valley]

CRASKE, Robert Mervyn, (2002). Obituary, Robert Mervyn Craske, 18909-2001 [By Colin Pratt, Peter C.B. Craske, David Carter, and Rupert Barrington] Br J Entomol Nat Hist 14(4), 248-254.

DAVIS, Marion, (2002). Flowering plant identification training day No.1. 12th June 2001 at Park Ham. Leader Rick Cockerill. Downlander 33, 19-20.

DENNIS, M.K., (2002). The birds of the inner Thames - an avian highway. London Naturalist 80, 131-133.

DISNEY, R.H.K., (2001). The scuttle flies (Diptera: Phoridae) of Buckingham Palace Garden. London Naturalist 80(Supplement), 245-258.

EASTOP, Victor, (2001). The aphids (Hemiptera: Homoptera) of Buckingham Palace Garden. London Naturalist 80(Supplement), 153-158.

FILIPPUCCI, Maria Grazia, Miloš MACHOLÁN and Johan R. MICHAUX, (2002). Genetic variation and evolution in the genus Apodemus (Muridĉ: Rodentia.) Biol J Linnean Soc 75(3), 395-419.

FITTER, Richard, (2002). The wildlife of the London area in 2100. Crocodiles or polar bears? London Naturalist 80, 15-19.

GREAVES, Philip M., (2001). The tardigrade fauna of the Buckingham Palace Garden. London Naturalist 80(Supplement), 111-113.

HALSTEAD, Andrew, (2001). The psyllids, whiteflies, scales and mealybugs (Hemioptera: Homoptera) of Buckingham Palace Garden. London Naturalist 80(Supplement), 149-152.

HALSTEAD, Andrew, (2001). The sawflies (Hymenoptera: Symphyta) of Buckingham Palace Garden. London Naturalist 80(Supplement), 279-282.

HARVEY, Peter, (2002). An appraisal of the status and ecology of Gymnosoma nitens Meigen (Diptera: Tachinidae) in Britain and its relationship with the fauna of the Thames terrace grasslands of the east Thames corridor. Br J Entomol Nat Hist 14(4), 225-231.

HARVEY, Peter R., (2001). The bees, wasps and ants (Hymenoptera: Aculeata) of Buckingham Palace Garden. London Naturalist 80(Supplement), 269-278.

HAWKINS, Roger D., (2002). The southern oak bush-cricket, Meconema meridionale Costa (Orthoptera: Tettigoniidae) new to Britain. Br J Entomol Nat Hist 14(4), 207-213.

HENRICI, Alick, (2001). Non-lichenised fungi in Buckingham Palace Garden. London Naturalist 80(Supplement), 309-326.

HOLLOWDAY, Eric D., (2001). Rotifera and Anomopodan crustacea in Buckingham Palace Garden Lake. London Naturalist 80(Supplement), 115-124.

JONES, Richard A., (2002). Grass-mowing machinery, an important cause of stag beetle mortality in a south London park. Br J Entomol Nat Hist 14(4), 221-223.

JONES, Richard A., (2002). Heringia senilis (Diptera: Syrphidae): a hoverfly new to Britain. Br J Entomol Nat Hist 14(4), 185-194.

KENT, Douglas H., an Colin BOWLT, (2002). The history of Fritillaria meleagris in Britain to 1900. London Naturalist 80, 29-41.

KIRBY, Peter, (2001). Bugs ) Hemiptera: Heteroptera and Auchenorhyncha in Palace Garden. London Naturalist 80(Supplement), 129-148.

LANGTON, Peter H., (2001). Centipedes and millipedes Myriapoda) in Buckingham Palace Garden. London Naturalist 80(Supplement), 125-127.

LANGTON, Peter H., (2001). Non-biting midges (Diptera: Chironomidae) in Buckingham Palace Garden. London Naturalist 80(Supplement), 213-217.

MABBOTT, Paul, (2002). Report of the second London ladybird survey, 1999-2000. London Naturalist 80, 147-157.

MATTHEWS, John, (2002). Wildflower identification - two training days. Day 1 - mouse-ear or birdsfoot? Downlander 33, 18-19.

MENZIES, Ian, et al., (2002). Survey of Bookham Common. Fifty-ninth year. Progress report for 2000. London Naturalist 80, 181-192 [Management, birds, butterflies and moths, beetles, bush-crickets and grasshoppers]

MILNER, J. Edward, (2002). Spider records for London and Middlesex counties in 2000. London Naturalist 80, 167-168.

MUIR, A.I., (2002). Strandings of Royal Fish (Mammalia: Cetacea) in Greater London. London Naturalist 80, 99-107 [Whales, dolphins, and porpoises]

OSTOJÁ-STARZEWSKI, J.C., (2002). Michaelopus spinitarsis Fain (Acari: Acariidae): a first record in the British Isles. Br J Entomol Nat Hist 14(4), 217-221.

PLANT, Colin W., (2001). Hoverflies (Diptera: Syrphidae) in Buckingham Palace Garden. London Naturalist 80(Supplement), 259-267.

PLANT, Colin W., (2001). Lacewings (Neuroptera), snake-flies (Raphidioptera), alderflies (Megaloptera) and scorpion flies (Mecoptera) in Buckingham Palace Garden. London Naturalist 80(Supplement), 159-167.

PLANT, Colin W. (edr), (2001). The natural history of Buckingham Palace Garden, London, Part 2. London Naturalist 80(Supplement) 109-330

PLANT, Colin W., (2001). Smaller invertebrate orders in Buckingham Palace Garden. London Naturalist 80(Supplement) 303-307.

REEVE, N.J., I. PALMER, K.E. JONES, J. BLANC, and A. FURE, (2002). Trapping surveys of small mammals on Wimbledon Common, Bushy Park and Ham Lands, south-west London. London Naturalist 80, 109-125.

ROPER, Patrick, (2002). Some insects active during a period of continuous frost in East Sussex. Br J Entomol Nat Hist 14(4), 213-214.

SCHÖNROGGE, Karsten, Boyd BARR, Judith C. WARDLAW, Emma NAPPER, Michael G. GARDNER, John BREEN, Graham W. ELMES, and Jeremy A. THOMAS, (2002). When rare species become endangered: cryptic speciation in myrmecophilous hoverflies. Biol J Linnean Soc 75(3), 291-300 [Microdon mutabilis]

SHAW, P.J.A., and Z. BUCKHOREE, (2002). Collembola (springtails) of Brockham lime kilns, Box Hill. London Naturalist 80, 159-165 [The records are in fact from the chalk pits, not the kilns]

SIMS, Ian, (2002). An appeal for material of British Psychidae. Br J Entomol Nat Hist 14(4), page 194.

SIMS, Ian, (2002). Conference report. Insect information: from Linnaeus to the Internet. The Entomological Libraries and Information Network (ELIN) conference for entomological librarians, Royal Entomological Society, 24 - 27 October 2000. Br J Entomol Nat Hist 14(4), 240-244.

SMITH, D.A., (2001). Brachycera (Diptera) in Buckingham Palace Garden. London Naturalist 80(Supplement), 219-244.

TAYLOR, M.J., (2002). The development of a practical technique for achieving realistic photographic images of set insect specimens. Br J Entomol Nat Hist 14(4), 195-206.

TITTLEY, Ian, (2002). Changes in the marine algal flora of the tidal Thames: a millennium overview. London Naturalist 80, 135-146.

WHEELER, Alwyne, (2002). Restoring salmon, Salmo salar to he River Thames; the work of the Thames Salmon Trust. London Naturalist 80, 127-130.

WHEELER, Anna, (2002). Flower identification training day no. 2. 10th July 2001 on Farthing Downs with Rick & Co. In the company of flowers. Downlander 33, page 23.

WILLIAMS, L.R., (2002). London butterfly monitoring report for 2000. London Naturalist 80, 169-180.

WILLIAMS, S. Alex, (2001). The beetles (Coleoptera) of Buckingham Palace Garden. London Naturalist 80(Supplement), 283-301.

WILTSHIRE, Elinor, and Allen J. COOMBES, (2002). Quercus x turneri Willd. - a rare London hybrid oak. London Naturalist 80, 21-27.

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