Worcestershire Record: Articles by Issue - Issues 16 - 25

This page lists the articles published in Worcestershire Record, Issues 16-24,  in the issue in which they were published.

Issue 16 Issue 17 Issue 18 Issue 19 Issue 20 Issue 21 Issue 22 Issue 23 Issue 24 Issue 25

Issue 16 - April 2004

p.2          Worcestershire Record No. 16. Editorial. Annual Meeting 2005.
p.3          New sub-species of mammal discovered in Worcestershire (?) Anon
p.4          Recording Worcestershire's breeding birds. A new project. Harry Green
p.5          Birds in Worcestershire November 2003 to April 2004. Gavin Peplow
p. 6         BTO Surveys. Harry Green
p. 7-8      Kites and buzzards. Mark Turner
p. 8-9      What do buzzards eat? Notes from Will Watson, Roger Umpelby and Rosemary Winnall
p. 9          Spotted flycatchers. John Clarke
p. 10-11   The Noble Chafer Gnorimus nobilis. Records needed. Harry Green
p. 12         Mammal Records - the Worcestershire Mammal Atlas Project. Shaun Micklewright
p. 12         Hornet stories. Brenda Allan
p. 13         Worcestershire Ancient Tree recording. John Tilt
p. 14-17    Recent highlights in ancient tree recording and management. Harry Green
p. 18-20    The Goodmoor Oak Brian Stephens
p. 20         Wyre Forest Study Group. Rosemary Winnall
p. 21-22    Fascinating frogs. Rosemary Winnall
p. 22-24    Worcestershire Moth Report 2003. A N B Simpson
p. 24-25     Records from Ashton-under-Hill 2003. Roger Umpelby
p. 26-27     Parasitic Ichneumonoid wasps in light traps (2004). Mike Bloxham
p. 27-28     Aculeate hymenoptera in Worcestershire. Geoff Trevis
p. 28-29     The wasps and bees (Hymenoptera) of Hartlebury Common and Devils Spittleful. Michael Archer
p. 29-30     Taxonomic revision of the ants of genus Lasius. Geoff Trevis
p. 30-31     Snake fly Raphidia xanthostigma. Michael Southall
p. 31-32     The Year of the Morel? John Meiklejohn
p. 32-33     More recent records of note. Kevin McGee
p. 33-35     Selected highlights of 2003 with photographs. Kevin McGee
p. 35          Acer v. Pyrus? Worcester High Street Trees. Joy Ricketts
p. 36-41     Trench Wood: Common Bird Census (CBC) and Butterfly Transects. John Tilt
p. 42-45     Recording the herb component of the grassland at Windmill Hill. Terry Knight
p. 46-47     Moss enthusiasts invade Worcestershire. Tessa Carrick
p. 48-49     Bygone Bryologists; Henry Herbert Knight (1862-1944). Jonathan Graham & Mark Lawley
p. 49          Tail piece
p. 50-54     Wyre Forest Adder Report 2003. Sylvia Sheldon

Issue 17 - November 2004

p. 2            Worcestershire Record No. 17. Editorial. Annual Meeting 2005. Annual subscription 2005
p. 3            Recording Worcestershire's breeding birds - a new project. Harry Green
p. 4            WBRC Manager's Report Simon Wood
p. 4-5         Annual Report from Worcestershire Recorders committee Geoff Trevis
p. 6-7         WWT Adult identification and recording courses 2005 Programme. Tessa Carrick
p. 7            Records of protected species wanted.
p. 7            Mammal records: Worcestershire Mammal Atlas Project
p. 7            First record of hedgehog in Worcestershire? Terry Knight
p. 8-10       BTO Surveys. Harry Green
p. 11          Observations of feeding redwings and fieldfares. John Robinson
p. 12          Records from Ashton-under-Hill 2004. Roger Umpelby
p. 13          Birds and bugs June to September 2004. Mark & Christine Turner
p. 14          Birds in Worcestershire May to October 2004. Gavin Peplow
p. 15          Kemerton cuttings to October 2004. John Clarke
p. 15          Bredon Hill Spotted Flycatcher survey 2004. John Clarke
p. 16          Noble chafer Gnorimus nobilis: the hunt continues. Harry Green
p. 17-18     Scarce chaser Libellula fulva makes a surprise addition to the county list. Mike Averill
p. 17          Appeal for help with survey. Mike Averill
p. 19          Dragonflies in 2004. Mike Averill
p. 19-20     Conchological Society of Great Britain visit to Wyre Forest 26-27 June 2004.
p. 21-23     Aculeate hymenoptera. Geoff Trevis
p. 24-25     Mistletoe bugs and a weevil: Ixapion variegatus in Worcestershire. Harry Green & John Meiklejohn.
p. 25-26     Some Worcestershire barklice (Insecta: Psocoptera) observations. Bob Saville
p. 26-27     The Lily Beetle Lilioceris lilii and the harlequin ladybird Harmonia axyridis. Harry Green
p. 27-28    Waxcap grasslands. Rosemary Winnall
p. 29          How bad is a hornet sting? John Tilt
p. 29          Hornets on the move.
p. 30          The median or French wasp Dolichovespula media. Harry Green
p. 30          Big Hoverflies in Stourbridge. Brett Westwood & Harry Green
p. 31-34     Shieldbugs of Worcestershire. John Partridge
p. 35-39     Recent records of note. Kevin McGee
p. 40-42     Butterflies and bumblebees between Blackminster and Bretforton. Terry Knight
p. 42         Bumblebees. Harry Green
p. 43-45    Domesday Woodland in Worcestershire. Bert Reid
p. 46-51    Report of the spring meeting of the British Bryological Society (BBS) in Worcestershire, April 2004. Tessa Carrick
p. 52-53    Moss and liverwort news. Tessa Carrick
p. 54         Border Bryologists 2004-2005. Mark Lawley
p. 54         Some observations on Worcestershire galls. John Day
p. 55-61     Ancient tree records to 26.11.2004. compiled by John Tilt
p. 61         The Goodmoor Oak: a correction. Brian Stephens
p. 62-81     WBRC and Worcestershire Recorders field recording days 2004. Notes and Species Lists

Issue 18 - April 2005

p.2         Worcestershire Record No. 18. Editorial. Annual Meeting 2005. Annual subscription 2005
p. 3        Elections at Worcestershire Recorders Annual Meeting. Geoff Trevis
p. 3        Worcestershire Biological Records Centre Manager's Report. Simon Wood
p. 3        Worcestershire Entomological Day. Geoff Trevis 
p. 4        Recording Worcestershire's breeding birds. Harry Green
p. 4        BirdTrack
p. 5        Birds in Worcestershire November 2004 to April 2005. Gavin Peplow
p. 5-6      Waxwings and eastern buntings in Worcestershire. Andy Warr
p. 6-7      The Pine Bunting in Worcestershire 15-24th January 2005. Gavin Peplow
p.7          More buzzard news. Rosemary Winnall         
p. 8         Notes on colour ringed waxwings in Worcestershire. Gavin Peplow
p. 9-14     All out for a duck: Wigeon ringing at Bredons Hardwick. John Hodson
p. 15        Birds and bugs October 2004 to January 2005. Mark & Christine Turner
p. 15-16    A Waxwing Winter arrives at Broadway. Mark & Christine Turner
p. 16        Antagonistic behaviour of Green Woodpecker. Mark & Christine Turner
p. 16-17    Long-tailed tits September 2004 to March 2005. Garth Lowe
p. 17        Scarlet elf cup fungi at Southstone Rock. Justin Smith.
p. 18-19    Recent records of note, winter 2004/5. Kevin McGee
p. 19        Worcestershire's Ancient Tree Register. Harry Green
p. 20-21    Elm map. Harry Green
p. 21        Worcestershire Flora Project botanical field meetings 2005. J J Day
p. 22-23    Egyptian grasshopper Anacridium aegyptum in Droitwich. Harry Green
p. 23-24    Noble chafer Gnorimus nobilis - please keep looking. Harry Green
p. 24-25    Kemerton cuttings. John Clarke
p. 25        Bredon Hill Spotted Flycatcher survey. John Clarke
p. 25-26    A 'user-friendly' specimen hunting technique. John Meiklejohn
p. 26-27    Rough grass, small areas. John Partridge
p. 27         Old records of 'vermin' on south Worcestershire. John D Dodge
p. 27         Worcestershire Mammal Atlas project. Harry Green
p. 28         Small mammals in drink cans. John Dodgson
p. 29-31    The Grafton Wood animal damage survey. Cyril Johnson, Wendy Johnson, John Tilt
p. 32-43    Densities of common plants in SE Worcestershire. Terry Knight
p. 44         Worcestershire Vision mapping project. Helen Sharman and Becky Lashley
p. 45         THE SPOTTED WHAT!? A book by John Clarke (order form in .pdf format)

Issue 19 - November 2005

p. 2       Worcestershire Record No. 19. Editorial. 
p. 3       Worcestershire Recorders Committee. Geoff Trevis
p. 3       Worcestershire Recorders Annual Meeting: Election of committee. Geoff Trevis
p. 3-4    Worcestershire Biological Records Centre Manager's Report. Simon Wood
p. 4       Records by email. John Partridge
p. 4       Worcestershire dragonflies 2005. Mike Averill
p. 4       Second record of rare oil beetle Meloe rugosus.
p. 5       Worcestershire Recorders & WBRC field recording days 2005. Introduction
p. 6       Where is the county boundary?
p. 7       Worcestershire Ancient Tree Register. Harry Green & John Tilt
p. 8-11   A summarised report of Peregrine observations at Pershore Abbey. Mark & Christine Turner
p. 12      Birds in Worcestershire May to October 2005. Gavin Peplow
p. 12      Barn owls. Johnny Birks
p. 13      What do buzzards eat?
p. 13      The Malvern Hills 2005: an autumn passage bird bonanza. Andy Warr
p. 13      The Bredon Hill Spotted Flycatcher survey 2005. John Clarke
p. 13-14  Kemerton Cuttings. John Clarke
p. 14      Scarlet Tiger Moth Callimorpha dominula. Bridget Oleksy
p. 14-15  Harlequin ladybird Harmonia axyridis reaches Stourbridge. Harry Green
p. 16-17  In Search of the Land Caddis (Part 2). Harry Green & Brett Westwood
p. 18-19  Mistletoe invertebrates. Celypha woodiana. Harry Green
p. 20-21  Conchological Society of GB & Ireland field meeting, Bredon Hill, 1st October 2005. R Boyce, H Green, R Hill & D Long
p.22-23   Hopper Update Gary Farmer
p.22       Diving Groundhopper Gary Farmer
p. 24-28  Recent records of note, summer 2005. Kevin McGee
p. 28-29  Noble chafer Gnorimus nobilis: yet more records! Harry Green
p. 29      Courtship dance of Lamprochernes nodosus. Paul F Whitehead
p. 30      Vision mapping: the story so far. Becky Lashley
p. 31-37  Cherry Orchard, Worcester. Geoff Trevis
p. 38       Notoxus monoceros. Harry Green
p. 39-43  Wyre Forest Adder Report 2004. Sylvia Sheldon
p. 43       Border bryologists 2005-2006. Mark Lawley
p. 44-46  Castlemorton Common Flora 2005. Keith Barnett
p. 47-54  Worcestershire Butterfly Transects 2004. John Tilt
p. 55-56  Worcestershire lichens. What a difference a century makes. Joy Ricketts
p. 57-60   Lichen check-list for Worcestershire 2005. Joy Ricketts
p. 61-62   A survey of old cherry orchards near Bewdley. Brian M Stephens
p. 63-67   Frequencies of plants in south-east Worcestershire. Terry Knight
p. 68       Field Recording Days 2005 - lead page.

Issue 20 - April 2006

p.3      WBRC Manager's Report. Simon Wood
p.3      Elections at the Annual Meeting 18th March 2006. Geoff Trevis
p.3      A Rare Bug in a tussock. John Partridge
p.4-5   Submitting records to the WBRC. Contacts for help with identifications. Compiled by Martin Skirrow
p.6      The Worcestershire Mammal Atlas - we need records. Harry Green
p.7       Bumblebees for beginners. John Dodgson
p.7      Mammals in bottles and cans; part 2. John Dodgson
p.8      Yet another RDB2 beetle in Defford. John Meiklejohn
p.8      The Dragonflies of Herefordshire. A new book
p.9      Identification and associated courses organised by Worcestershire Wildlife Trust
p.9      The Worcestershire Moss Group. Tessa Carrick
p.10     Worcestershire Entomology Day 2006 on 28th October
p.11-15 Brown Hairstreak Thecla betulae on the move. Mike Williams
p.16-18 The distribution of two 'new' micromoths in Worcestershire. Robert Homan
p.19     News from a wildlife CCTV camera! Rosemary Winnall
p.20     The Conocephalum challenge. Tessa Carrick
p.21     Local kestrel update and other observations. Mark & Christine Turner
p.22     Kemerton cuttings. John Clarke
p.23-24 Hawfinches - getting the shot. John Robinson
p.24     The irruption of wintering hawfinches in Worcestershire. Andy Warr
p.25     The hawfinch. Harry Green
p.26     Hawfinch at Bronsil, near Ledbury. Peter Holmes
p.26     Hawfinches at Kemerton. John Clarke
p.26     Hawfinches in Redditch and nearby. Gary Farmer
p.26     What do buzzards eat? Notes by Martin Skirrow, Harry Green, Mike Southall
p.27     Woodpecker work. Harry Green
p.28-29 Recording Worcestershire's breeding birds. Patrick Taylor
p.30     Vision Mapping, one year on ... . Becky Lashley
p.31     Birds in Worcestershire November 2005 to March 2006. Gavin Peplow
p.32     BTO Surveys. Harry Green
p.33     Bird cover crop use at Lower Smite Farm. Steve Bloomfield
p.34-42 The alluvial archeobiota of the Worcestershire River Avon. P F Whitehead
p.42     Evidence of wild horse Equus ferus at South Littleton. P F Whitehead
p.43-51 Dandelion distribution in Greater Worcestershire. Bert Reid
p.52-63 The Littletons in 1985 - a natural history diary. Terry Knight

Issue 21 - November 2006

p.3      John Meiklejohn
p.4       ANNUAL MEETING 2007
p.4-5    WBRC Manager's Report. Simon Wood
p.5       Worcestershire ancient trees - applying for a lottery grant
p.5       Border Bryologists meetings. Mark Lawley
p.6       Worcestershire Recorders Constitution - amended
p.7       Worcestershire Ancient Tree Register. John Tilt
p.8       Vision mapping - 18 months on , Becky Lashley
p.9       Callicera aurata in Worcestershire. Brett Westwood
p.9       Callicera aurata in Edgbaston? Editor's note
p.10-11 Harlequin ladybird Harmonia axyridis. Compiled by Harry Green
p.11-12 Worcestershire Orthoptera up-date. Gary Farmer
p.12      Flying land caddis 2006. Mervyn Needham
p.12     The rejuvenated Worcestershire Bat Group
p.13     The Horse Chestnut leaf miner Cameraria ohridella in SW Worcestershire. Robert Homan
p.13-14 Gall observations. John Partridge guided by John Meiklejohn
p.14-15  More news from the wildlife cameras! Rosemary Winnall
p.15-16  Kemerton cuttings April to September 2006. John Clarke
p.16-17  Dracula Sparrowhawk? John Clarke
p.17      Spotted flycatcher study round Bredon Hill 2006. John Clarke
p.17      Worcestershire Mammal Atlas. 2006 the last year of field work.  Harry Green
p.18      Birds of Worcestershire April to October 2006. Gavin Peplow
p.18-19  Trichomonas gallinae Trichomoniasis in wild birds. Compiled by Harry Green
p.19-20   Aerial interrelationships between large mostly predatory birds with particular reference to the Raven. Paul Whitehead
p.20-21  The next BTO Atlas - 2007-2011. Harry Green
p.21      Woodpecker work. Harry Green
p.21-22  What do buzzards eat? Graham & Marie-Anne Martin
p.22       Slug-eating buzzard. Richard & Alison Medley
p.22       Chicken! John Clarke
p.22       A Hawfinch skull. Harry Green
p.23-28   Worcestershire Breeding Bird recording 2006 up-date. Patrick Taylor
p.29-33   Records of note 2006. Kevin McGee
p.33       A helping voice for checking records. John Partridge
p.34-39   A review of Worcestershire aculeate hymenoptera. Geoff Trevis
p.40       Formicoxenus re-found. Brett Westwood
p.40       Formicoxenus nitidulus - a little history. Harry Green
p.41       Hemiptera records for Worcestershire. John Partridge
p.42       Dragonfly sightings in Worcestershire 2006. Mike Averill
p.42       Identification of Red-eyed Damselflies. Mike Averill
p.43       Dragonflies of Worcestershire ranked according to frequency of occurrence. Mike Averill
p.44-47  Vascular Plant records 2005. Worcestershire Flora Project Newsletter
p.47-48  Bird food aliens. Harry Green
p.48      Glowing worms. Peter Williams
p.48      The Dotted Beefly Bombylius discolor. Harry Green
p.49      Pear leaf gall caused by fungus Gymnosporangium sabinae. Harry Green
p.50-53  Land snails on roadsides in SE Worcestershire. Terry Knight
p.54      Worcestershire Recorders & Worcestershire BRC recording days 2006
p.54      Species lists for recording days. John Partridge
p.55-61  Records for recording days 2006 other than vascular plants.
p.62-65  Vascular plant records for recording days 2006.
p.66-67  English Nature Research Information note. EN Research Report No. 707. This is a link to EN website.The biodiversity of three traditional orchards within Wyre Forest SSSI. A survey by Wyre Forest Study Group. Edited by Malcolm J Smart & Rosemary A Winnall 

Issue 22 - April 2007

pp. 3-4   Worcestershire's Ancient Trees are £50,000 better off!
p. 4        Worcestershire Greatest Oak? Harry Green & John Tilt
p. 5        Worcestershire Recorders Committee Annual Report 2006-7. Geoff Trevis
p. 5        Worcestershire Biological Records Centre Annual Report 2006-7. Simon Wood
p. 7        Do you want more from your records? John Partridge
p. 7        Worcestershire Recorders Field recording days: notes to aid passing data to the WBRC
p. 8        Recording Worcestershire's Breeding Birds - update. Patrick Taylor
p. 9        Birds in Worcestershire November 2006 to April 2007. Gavin Peplow
p. 9        Sparrowhawk sightings. Mike Southall
p. 10       Kemerton cuttings. John Clarke
p. 10       Intensely mimetic song of Blackcap at Beckford, Worcestershire. P F Whitehead
pp. 10-11 Late: inland record of Twite in Worcestershire. P F Whitehead
p. 11       Nesting proficiency and site selection determinants of wood pigeon breeding success. P F Whitehead
p. 11       Dunnock at suspended bird feeder. P F Whitehead
pp. 12-13 Worcestershire Mammal Atlas. Records. Records, Records! Harry Green
p. 14       Observations in the diet of polecats/polecat-ferrets in Evesham town, Worcestershire. P F Whitehead
p. 14       Silent Fields Comment on this new book documenting 'pest' control during last 100 years. Harry Green
pp. 16-19 The Dippers of Dowles Brook in the Wyre Forest. Michael Harrison
pp. 20-22 'There just might be something left you can measure' Wendy Lamour
p. 22       A record of mistletoe leaf miner Celypha woodiana in VC37 Worcestershire. Robert Homan
pp. 23-24 More news from the wildlife CCTV cameras! Rosemary Winnall
p. 24       Day flying bat. Garth Lowe
p. 25       Worcestershire Brown Hairstreaks: an up-date. Mike Williams
p. 26       The Dotted Beefly Bombylius discolor. Harry Green
p. 26       The Pied Shield bug Sehirus bicolor. John Partridge
p. 27       Hymenoptera update. Geoff Trevis
pp. 27-28 Anthophora plumipes or the Hairy-footed Flower Bee. Geoff Trevis
pp. 28-29 Hornets in nest boxes. Compiled by Harry Green
p. 29       Over-wintering Hummingbird Hawk Moth in Worcestershire and the Midlands. Compiled by Harry Green
pp. 29-30 A summary of observations and events June to December 2006. Mark & Christine Turner
p. 31       2007: the year of the Harlequin in Worcestershire? Harry Green
p. 32       Have you seen the bathroom bushcricket? (aka the Oak Bushcricket). Gary Farmer
p. 33       Pear leaf gall caused by the rust fungus Gymnosporangium sabinae. Harry Green
p. 34       Pear rust. Roger Umpelby
p. 34       The Noble Chafer Gnorimus nobilis. Harry Green
p. 35       Mushrooms at Middle Littleton. Terry Knight
pp. 37-47 Checklist of VC37 Worcestershire Bryophytes. Ann Hill

Issue 23 - November 2007

p.3        Annual Meeting March 2008
pp.3-4   WBRC Manager's Report. Simon Wood
p.4        Field Recording Days dates for 2008
pp.4-5   Interesting records from the Recorder's Committee. Geoff Trevis
p.5        Harlequin ladybirds. Harry Green
pp.6-19  Worcestershire Mammals Atlas. Last call for records. Draft maps prepared by Jenni Schenk. Text Harry Green
p.20       Floods 2007. Harry Green
p.21       Otter at Broughton Hackett. Harry Green
pp.22-23 Worcestershire Ancient Tree Project. November 2007 update. Becky Lashley
pp.24-26 BTO Bird Atlas 2007-2011. Harry Green
p.27       Birds in Worcestershire May to October 2007. Gavin Peplow
pp.28-30 How many Corn Buntings holding territory at Wick Grange Farm. Steve Davies
pp.31-32 Aculeate hymenoptera 2007. Geoff Trevis
pp.33-34 Aphids - a neglected group? Roger Umpelby
pp.35-36 An ant hive. An unusual nest site for the Shining Black Ant Lasius fuliginosus. Harry Green
pp.36-37 The world's largest aphid? Press Release from Buglife
p.37       Bugs Britannica
pp.38-41 A great cricketing summer. The invasion of Worcestershire by Long-winged coneheads Conocephalus discolor and Roesel's Bush-crickets Metrioptera roeselii. Harry Green.
p.41       Kemerton Cuttings. John Clarke
pp.42-46 Records of note 2007. Kevin McGee
p.47       The Mullein Moth Cucillia verbasci. Keith Barnett
p.48       Two spreading plant hoppers. John Partridge
p.49       Plant bugs in a wildlife garden 1st January to 30th September 2007. Frank Screen
pp.50-51 Pilot study of glow-worms Lampyris noctiluca. John Clarke & Sue Chandler
p.52       Worcestershire Bryophyte recording. Ann Hill
pp.52-53 Border Bryologists 2007-2008. Mark Lawley
p.53       Which species are really still present at Hartlebury Common SSSI? Joy M Rooney
pp.54-71  Provisional atlas of land snails in South-east Worcestershire. Terry Knight
pp.72-76 Vascular Plant Records for 2006. Compiled by Bert Reid
p.76       Dipper territories along the Dowles Brook 2007. Steve Davies
pp.77-101 Worcestershire Recorders and WBRC Field Recording Days held in 2007. Opening accounts and links to tables of records
pp.102-115 Vascular Plants found at Hollybed and Coombegreen Commons 2005-2007, including records from 2007 recording day. Compiled by Bert Reid

Issue 24 - April 2008

p.3         WBRC Manager's Report. Simon Wood
p.3         Worcestershire Entomology Day
p.4         BTO Bird Atlas 2007-2011 Harry Green
pp.5-6    The Worcestershire Ancient Tree Project Becky Lashley
pp.7-9    A survey of pollard trees in Wichenford parish. Jane Field
p.10       The invasion of Worcestershire by Roesel's Bush-crickets Metrioptera roeselii and Long-winged Coneheads Conocephalus discolor in 2007. Harry Green
p.10       Faces in trees - picture by Denise Bingham
p.11       Odontaeus armiger (Scopali 1772) Coleoptera: Geotrupidae, at Astley Burf. Dave & Jane Scott
p.11       Seaside in Little Comberton or Erodium maritimum on a village driveway. Harry Green
p.12       Tortula amplexa, an 'alien' Bryophyte in VC37 Worcestershire. Ann Hill
pp.13-14 Toads crossing roads. Harry Green
p.15        Dragonfly sightings in Worcestershire 2007. Mike Averill
p.15        Interactive mapping. John Partridge
p.16        The national dragonfly atlas project 2008-2013. Mike Averill
p.17        Hawkwatch - Mark Turner's new book
p.18        The Breeding Birds of the Malvern Hills - a new book by Ian Duncan
p.18        The Birds of Upton Warren - a new book celebrating 40 years as a reserve
p.19        The Kidderminster Sandlands fungus flora. John Bingham
p.20        Green Woodpeckers attacking bee hives. Mike Southall
p.21        A Mason Wasp Symmorphus conexus new to Worcestershire. Kevin McGee
p.21        A nomad bee Nomada ferruginata new to Worcestershire. Kevin McGee
p.22        A micro-moth Pamme trauniana new to Worcestershire. Kevin McGee
p.22        Look at the nippers on that!! Gary Farmer
p.22        Do we have any cockroaches in Worcestershire? John Partridge
p.22        You might enjoy reading...... John Partridge
pp.23-24 The habitat quality of Bow Brook, Defford, during the nineteenth century, based on molluscan evidence. P F Whitehead
pp.25-27 Mollusc and Ostrocod fauna from Hurcott Pool and its River Stour tributary feeder stream. P F Whitehead
pp.27-28 Conchological Society field meeting to Archenhills & Mill Coppice 13th October 2007. Rosemary Winnall
pp.28-29 News from the remote camera. Rosemary Winnall
p.30        Kemerton Cuttings. John Clarke
pp.31-33 The West Midlands butterfly transects 2007. John Tilt
pp.34-35 Leigh & Cradley Brook flood July 20th 2007. Garth Lowe
p.36       Floods 2007
pp.36-41 Notes on the birds of the Severn & Avon Vales July to September 2007. Mike Smart
pp.41-47 Notes on the birds of the Severn & Avon Vales October to December 2007. Mike Smart

Issue 25 - November 2008

p. 3        Editor's notes Harry Green
p. 3        WBRC Manager's Report. Simon Wood
p. 4        Election of Worcestershire Recorders Committee
p. 4        Field Recording Days 2009
p. 4        Worcestershire Recorders Accounts 2007
pp. 5-6    Notable records from the Worcestershire Recorders Committee. Geoff Trevis
p. 6        The fungus records of M C Clarke. John Partridge
p. 7         Bombus hypnorum found in Redditch. Gary Farmer
p. 7         Bush-crickets - Orthoptera, Tettigoniidae, first sightings in 2008. Gary Farmer
p. 7         Bush-cricket invasion of Worcestershire 2008, a note. Harry Green
p. 8         What's happening to Worcestershire's only bog? Mike Averill
pp. 8-9     Black Darter Dragonfly at Hartlebury Common. Mike Averill
p. 10        Dragonfly round-up 2008. Mike Averill
p. 10        What do Buzzards eat?
p. 11        Pumpkins and hornets. Mike Southall
p. 11        Long-tailed Blue Lampides boeticus in Redditch. Mike Southall
pp. 12-14  Records of note 2008. Kevin McGee
p. 14        A nomad bee new to Worcestershire Nomada signata. Kevin McGee
pp. 15-17 Cryptocephalus sexpunctatus in Shrawley Wood, Worcestershire. Ross Piper
p. 17       The Lime Longhorn Stenostola ferrea in Shrawley wood. Ross Piper
pp. 18-19  Molluscs on Broadway Hill, Worcestershire. Harry Green
pp. 20-21  Deer and Woods. Harry Green
pp. 21-23  Coppice survey - some experiences from Grafton Wood. Wendy Johnson
pp. 23-24  Practical notes on the Grafton Wood deer damage survey and a quick method. John Tilt
p. 24        Worcestershire Mammal Atlas. Harry Green
p. 24        Albino hedgehog Erinaceus europaeus seen in Ashton-under-Hill. Harry Green
pp. 25-26  An old gypsy tale or the possible origin of 'double trees'. Heather Rendall
p. 26        A dinosaur winks in Worcestershire. Heather Rendall
p. 26        Worcestershire's Ancient Tree Project. Becky Lashley
p. 27        The Worcestershire Bryophyte Group. Ann Hill
p. 27        An Unusual find of the lichen Physica tenella. Graham Hill
pp. 28-30  Vascular Plant Records, Worcestershire, 2007. Bert Reid
p. 30        Discovery of Isolepis fluitans in the Wyre Forest, Worcestershire. John Bingham
p. 31        Kemerton Cuttings. John Clarke
p. 32        Glow-worm survey on Bredon Hill. John Clarke
p. 32        Spotted Flycatcher Project - Bredon Hill Villages 2008. John Clarke
p. 33        The BTO Atlas project. Harry Green
p. 34        Birds in Worcestershire November 2007 to April 2008. Gavin Peplow
p. 35        Birds in Worcestershire May to October 2008. Gavin Peplow
p. 35        Cranes at Hill Court Farm, Longdon Marsh
pp. 36-42  Notes on the birds of the Severn and Avon Vales April-June 2008. Mike Smart
p. 42        Worcestershire Recorders Field Recording Days 2008
p. 43        Hipton Hill, Vascular plants. Bert Reid
p. 43        Pound Green Common and Hurst Coppice, Vascular plants. Bert Reid
pp. 44-46  Records from Hipton Hill Orchard 7th June 2008
pp. 47-49  Diptera records from all recording days. Mick Blythe
p. 49        Recording Days: List of recorders
pp. 50-53  Records from Pound Green Common 5th July 2008
pp. 53-54  Records from Hurst Coppice 5th July 2008
pp. 55-58  Records from Hartlebury Common  2nd August 2008
pp. 59-60  Vascular plants records from Hipton Hill Orchard
pp. 60-62  Vascular plants records from Pound Green Common and Hurst Coppice
p. 63        Tail piece