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Newsletter 50
Newsletter 50 – November 1996
Introduction – Field meetings:- Beeston Common – Hoe Rough – Titchwell – Sheringham Park – East Walton Common – Bure Marshes, Woodbastwick – Wymondham Newt Reserve – Salthouse Heath – Strumpshaw Fen – Winterton Dunes – Holme Bird Observatory – Broome Heath – Answers to the crossword in the last newsletter – Immigrant moths in Norfolk 1996 – Red-necked footman still in service 1996 – Remarkable infestation of Donacaula forficella – The other orders – Workshops at the Castle – Apropos Atropos – Kelling Heath
Newsletter 49
Newsletter 49 – April 1996
Introduction – North Norfolk Moth Group – Wildlife 2000 – record of the Marbled Pug in Norfolk – Fletcher’s Pug – Gall-causing moths of Norfolk – Additions to the immigrant moths in Norfolk list for 1995 – The bait debate – Moth crossword – The Tortricidae of Norfolk – New Lepidoptera journal – And finally...
Newsletter 48
Newsletter 48 – November 1995
Introduction – Museum workshops – Field meetings:- East Walton Common – Blickling Great Wood – Cawston & Marsham Heaths – Sheringham Park – Hickling Broad – Bacton Wood – Stanley Carrs – Pensthorpe – Wheatfen – Snettisham Pits – Moth course at Stiffkey – Moths on the Cley reserve – Immigrant moths in Norfolk 1995 – A really exceptional moth – Oak Processionary – Clifden Nonpareil in Wroxham – Lesser Treble-bar: New to Norfolk – The other beasts in 1995 – Moths and the moon-an update – Moths in Central America – An evening’s entertainment
Newsletter 46
Newsletter 46 – April 1995
Introduction – Moths and lunacy? – Photographing moths – The concept of scarcity – Butterfly Conservation’s Millennium Project – Moth recording at Cley – Moth recording on RSPB reserves – An introduction to leaf-mining Lepidoptera – Distribution maps
Newsletter 45
Newsletter 45 – February 1995
Information Letter
Newsletter 44
Newsletter 44 – November 1994
Introduction – County notes 1994 – Museum Workshops – Field meetings:- Southrepps Common – Narborough Railway Line – Cantley Marshes – Litcham Common – Catfield Fen – East Wretham Heath – Horsey Warren – Foxley Wood – Lacewings and other things – Searching for under-recorded micros – Larvae preserved in alcohol - Immigrant moths in Norfolk during 1994
Newsletter 42
Newsletter 42 – April 1994
Introduction – Under-recorded moths of Norfolk – Immigrant moths in Norfolk 1993 – Not about moths – Problems of identity – Norfolk pyralidae – Notes and observations
Newsletter 40
Newsletter 40 - November 1993
Introduction – Lots of loverly larvae in the worst ever year for moths! – Immigrant moths in Norfolk 1992 – Species list for Norfolk 1980-1992 – Pyralid moths in Norfolk – Status category definitions and criteria – Castle Museum Workshops – Field meetings:- Buxton Heath – Ringstead Downs – Weeting Heath – Sheringham Park – How Hill – Foulden Common – Earlham Park – Brancaster – Gressenhall – North Tuddenham Common
Newsletter 38
Newsletter 38 – April 1993
Introduction – Suppliers of equipment – Immigrant moths in Norfolk 1992 – Five-spot Burnet moths in Norfolk – Small ads – Species list for Norfolk 1980-1992
Newsletter 37
Newsletter 37 - March 1993
Information Letter
Newsletter 36
Newsletter 36 – November 1992
Introduction – Castle Museum Workshops – Under-recorded species seen in 1992 – Field meetings:- East Winch Common – West Runton – Dersingham Bog – Wheatfen – Hoe Rough – Holkham Dunes – Mossymere Wood – Weeting Heath – Immigrant moths in Norfolk 1991
Newsletter 35
Newsletter 35 - June 1992
To Be or Not to Be - The Five-spot Burnet Question
Newsletter 34
Newsletter 34 – March 1992
Introduction – Wayside caterpillars in early spring – A simple MV trap – The sweet smell of success – The colour and form of eyes of the grass-moths
Newsletter 32
Newsletter 32 – November 1991
Introduction – Microlepidoptera in Norfolk – Castle Museum Workshops – Field meetings:- Strumpshaw Fen – Foxley Wood – Felbrigg Park & Great Wood – Buxton Heath – Wheatfen – A visit to Winterton – Holme Dunes – Narborough Railway Line – Knapton Railway Cutting – Under-recorded moths of the county
Newsletter 30
Newsletter 30 – April 1991
Introduction – Notes for recorders – maps – Update on Norfolk Pyralids – Immigrant moths in Norfolk during 1990 – Tunbridge Wells Gem in Norfolk: a correction – The Firethorn Leaf-miner – National Review of the recording and conservation of the rarer British macro-moths
Newsletter 29
Newsletter 29 - February 1991
Information Letter
Newsletter 28
Newsletter 28 – November 1990
Introduction – Castle Museum Workshops 1990 – An update on the 1989 migration of Yponomeuta evonymella – Field meetings:- Pentney Heath – Upton Fen – Swanton Novers Great Wood – Surlingham RSPB – Weeting Heath – Roydon Common – Beeston Common – Holt Country Park – Buxton Heath – Wheatfen
Newsletter 27
Newsletter 27 - October 1990
Information Letter
Newsletter 26
Newsletter 26 - April 1990
Introduction - Index of Previous Newsletters - Meteorology and Moths – Moths on Holiday (Cornwall) – Caterpillars for all – An Introduction to Pyralid Moths in Norfolk – Mass Migration of Yponomeuta Evonymella in 1989
Newsletter 22
Newsletter 22 - May 1989
Simple Aids in the Identification of British Wainscot Moths
Newsletter 21
Newsletter 21 – April 1989
Introduction (including field meeting dates) – Flight times of some East Anglian moths – Some migrant moths in Norfolk during October 1988 – Records received map – Rare bedside visitor at Norfolk & Norwich Hospital – Moths to look out for in Norfolk – Fen Invertebrate Survey
Newsletter 19
Newsletter 19 - October 1988
Introduction – Light Traps – Castle Museum Workshops 1987-1988 – Holme Dunes and Roydon Common – Harling Woods and Billingford Common – Winterton Dunes - Cranwich Heath – Surlingham – Filby Broad – Foulden Common – Grimes Graves – Thetford – Barnham Cross Common – Fen Invertebrate Survey, A Brief note on progress
Newsletter 14
Newsletter 14 - January 1988
Information Letter
Newsletter 12
Newsletter 12 - August 1987
Introduction – Hit-Squads and Habitats – Castle Museum Workshops 1986-1987 – Books at reduced prices – Moth Records from a Garden Trap – Moth Records from a Garden Trap II – Distribution maps
Newsletter 11
Newsletter 11 - August 1987
Information Letter
Newsletter 10
Newsletter 10 - May 1987
Information Letter
Newsletter 08
Newsletter 8 - February 1987
Information Letter
Newsletter 05
Newsletter 5 - September 1986
Notes on identification of some autumnal species
Newsletter 01
Newsletter 1 - December 1985
Information Letter
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