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Appendices

The following appendices are attached to this download:

  • Archer, M. (2017). Gains and losses of species abundances of bees of Watsonian Yorkshire. The Naturalist 142: 41-48. Issue 1094, April 2017. 
  • Cameron, R.A.D. (2017). Homage to Lloyd: revisiting a pioneering biogeographical paper in The NaturalistThe Naturalist 142: 4-11. Issue 1094, April 2017. 
  • Goulder, R. (2017). Freshwater plants and SSSI canals in the East Midlands and North of England 2: Chesterfield Canal, Cromford Canal and Grantham Canal. The Naturalist 142: 15-32. Issue 1094, April 2017. 
  • Wardhaugh, A. (2017). The Mollusca of some ancient semi-natural woodlands in coastal N. E. Yorkshire. The Naturalist 142: 54-60. Issue 1094, April 2017. 

Contents

1 H. E. Beaumont and C. H. Fletcher An exceptional influx of the Diamond-back Moth in Yorkshire in the spring of 2016

4 Robert A.D. Cameron Homage to Lloyd: revisiting a pioneering biogeographical paper in The Naturalist *

12 Chris Pellant Field Note: The Lealholm proboscidean tooth

15 R. Goulder Freshwater plants and SSSI canals in the East Midlands and North of England 2: Chesterfield Canal, Cromford Canal and Grantham Canal

33 Peter Middleton and Robert A.Bell The bats of Rockley Tramway Tunnel*

40 R.J. Marsh Calomicrus circumfusus (Coleoptera: Chrysomelidae) in Yorkshire – a correction

41 Michael Archer Gains and losses of species abundances of bees of Watsonian Yorkshire

48 Richard Shillaker Field Note: Drone Fly impaled on thistle

50 Robyn Guppy, Karl Harrison, Gordon B. Haycockin Species-rich neutral grassland management on roadside verges Burley-in-Wharfedale, West Yorkshire

54 A. A. Wardhaugh The Mollusca of some ancient semi-natural woodlands in coastal N.E. Yorkshire*

60 W.A.Ely Yorkshire Ichneumons: Part 6

69 Excursion Circulars 2017

77 Book review Changing perceptions of nature. Ian Covery & Peter Davis (Eds)

78 Book review The Ague: A history of indigenous malaria in Cumbria and the North.

80 Calendar

60 ErratumThe Naturalist, 1092: pp127-134