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Newsletter 91
Newsletter 91 - April 2017
Introduction - Norfolk Moth Data Stats - Moths in a Breckland Garden - Searching for Enteuchia acetosae - Phalonidia udana in Norfolk update - Additions to the 2016 Migrant list - Website - Photographs
Newsletter 90
Newsletter 90 - November 2016
Introduction - CMR's Report - Notable Norfolk Records - Important Notice - What's in a Name - Garden Sites Top 10 - 2016 Field Meetings: Roydon Common, Hedenham Wood, Holkham Dunes, Boughton Fen, Hills and Holes, Queen's Hills, Claxton Manor, Church Marsh, Banham Zoo, Leaf Mine Day - 2016 Migrant Records
Newsletter 89
Newsletter 89 - April 2016
Introduction - CMR's Report - Shaded Fan-foot in the Waveney Valley - Who Needs Pheromone Lures when You have Spaghetti Bolognese? - The Oegoconia in Norfolk - Additions to the 2015 Migrant list - Request to Recorders - Website details - Photographs
Newsletter 88
Newsletter 88 - November 2015
- Introduction - CMR's Report - Field Meetings 2015: - Little Snoring - Claxton Manor - East Wretham - Tindall Wood - Earsham - Brancaster Marsh - Stow Hall - Yarmouth, N.Denes - Agonopterix cnicella Conundrum - The Red Pepper Moth - 2015 Migrant list - Website details - Photographs
Newsletter 87
Newsletter 87 - April 2015
- Introduction - CMR's Report - Additions to the 2014 Norfolk Migrants list - Photographs
Newsletter 86
Newsletter 86 - November 2014
- Introduction - CMR's Report - Can I borrow a boat? - Norfolk Migrants list - Field Meetings 2014: - Weston Park - Barrow Common - Grimes Graves - Gawdy Hall - Upton fen - Wheatfen - Bryants Heath - Horsey Mere - Bettys Fen - Psychoides verhuella - Silvery Gem - Splendours of Nature - Epermenia aequidentellus - Crimson Speckled - Photos
Newsletter 85
Newsletter 85 - April 2014
- Introduction - Norfolk Moth Data Stats - Micros for the chop - Additions to the 2013 Norfolk Migrants list - Photographs
Newsletter 84
Newsletter 84 - November 2013
- Introduction - County Recorder's Report - Mecyna flavalis in Norfolk - Late Record for Lime Hawk-moth - Box Tree Moth. A Norfolk 1st - Field Meetings 2013: - Hockwold - Weston Park - Suffield - Brettenham Heath - Betty’s Fen - Sutton Fen - How Hill - Whitwell Common - Buxton Heath - Sculthorpe Moor - Phalonidia manniana / P. udana - Norfolk Migrants 2013 - Photographs
Newsletter 83
Newsletter 83 - April 2013
- Introduction - Notable Records 2012 - Spring Meeting - 13th March 2013 - Currant Shoot Borer in Norfolk - Psychoides on Garden Ferns - Moths at Barnham Broom - Mothing along the Waveney Valley - Moths at Holme bird observatory - Duponachelia fovealis in VC28 - Epinotia caprana / sordidana - An Aberrant Agriphila geniculea - Additions to Norfolk Migrants 2012
Newsletter 82
Newsletter 82 - November 2012
- Introduction - New County / Vice County Species - Field Meetings 2012: - Brettenham Heath - Hockering Wood - Strumpshaw Fen - Lynford Arboretum - Barrow Common - Weybourne Heath - Epinotia cinereana - The Camera Never Lies! - Further Results from a Pheromone trap during 2012 - Note on a very aberrant Large Nutmeg - On the Benefits of the Smoking Ban to Moth Recording - Norfolk Migrants 2012 - Photographs
Newsletter 81
Newsletter 81 - April 2012
- Introduction - Notable Norfolk Macro moths 2011 - The Norfolk Scarce Arches - Results from a pheromone trap - Conifer Moths of Norfolk meeting - A Marshland Miscellany - Additional Norfolk Migrants 2011 - Identification series 2 - Isle of Wight Wave - Photographs
Newsletter 80
Newsletter 80 - November 2011
- Introduction - Stupid Caterpillar - New County / Vice County Species - Field Meetings 2011: - Roydon Common - Emilys Wood - Weston Park - Sugar Fen - Colby - Strumpshaw Fen - Marlingford - Norfolk Migrants 2011 - Photographs
Newsletter 79
Newsletter 79 - April 2011
- Introduction - Macro Moths 2010 Report - Additional Migrant Records - NMS Leaf Mining Foray - Leaf Mines Workshop - Oak Lutestring at Gt. Ellingham - Bluebell Tortrix - Mid Norfolk Moth Group - Parectopa ononidis and Prays fraxinella - If it is not Black then it is White - Conistra rubiginosa - Identification Guides 1
Newsletter 78
Newsletter 78 - November 2010
- Introduction - County Recorders Report - Migrant Report - Field Meetings 2010: - Sculthorpe Moor - Lynford Arboretum - Weston Park - Ashwellthorpe - Suffield Community Meadow - Shotesham Common - Sugar Fen - Ghost of Barnham Broom - Reddish Light Arches - Mothing in Scotland - Unusual Records - RSPB Hickling Survey - A Tale of Two Micros - Phychoides at the Bottom of my Garden - Photographs
Newsletter 77
Newsletter 77 - April 2010
- Introduction - Plume Moths in Norfolk - County Recorder’s Report - An Unusual Burnet Moth - Capua vulgana Recent Records - The Elgood Collection - Got the Hump - Claiming Hoary Footman in Norfolk - The Leopard Moth - 2009 Migrant Report - Aphelia paleana - Photographs
Newsletter 76
Newsletter 76 - November 2009
- Introduction - County Recorders Report - Field Meetings 2009: - Heigham Holmes - Buxton Heath - Tyrrels Wood - Ken Hill - Craft Plantation - Holkham Gap - Lynford Arboretum - The Oates- Foster Method Pt. 2 - 2009 Migrant Report - Bactra robustana in Norfolk - Photographs
Newsletter 75
Newsletter 75 - April 2009
- Introduction - County Recorder Changes - Leaf Miners – October 2008 - The Underwing Conundrum - Garden Moths Count - Scop. basistrigalis in Norfolk? - Raspberry Clearwing in Norfolk? - The Foster-Oates Method - Additions to 2008 Migrant Report
Newsletter 74
Newsletter 74 - November 2008
- Introduction - Field Meetings: - Nat. Moth Night – Ashill - Swanton Abbott Common - Ken Hill Estate - Sheringham Park - Bure Marshes NNR - Heckingham Carr - Winterton - Blickling Woods - Moth Trapping in the Brecks - The Corn Moth - More Monochroa - The Arboretum, Lynford - The Trial of Three Moths - Migrant Moths Report - Colour Photographs
Newsletter 73
Newsletter 73 - April 2008
Introduction - Common Moths at Scole - Overview of the new BAP Moth list - A response. - Platyptilia isodactylus - A species to look out for. - The Grand Tour - Pyralid Workshop 19th March 2008 - Photographs
Newsletter 72
Newsletter 72 - November 2007
Introduction - The lure of the wild- An encounter with Six-belted Clearwings. - Duponchelia fovealis - An Overview of The New BAP Moths List - Field Meetings: - Thetford Nunnery Lakes - Swanton Abbott Common - Wood House, Ditchingham - NOA Moth Night, Holme - Felbrigg Woods - Scarning & Potters Fens - Swanton Novers Great Wood - Norfolk Moths web site.
Newsletter 71
Newsletter 71 - April 2007
Introduction - Request for Parasitic Wasps - Observationsons on Migrant Moth Reports - Moths at Barnham Broom - Reducing Bird Predation - Leaf Mine Hunting - 28 Oct. - Clearwings Workshop - 21 March. - Photos
Newsletter 70
Newsletter 70 - November 2006
Introduction - Holme Bird Observatory Moth Review 2006 - Observations on Norfolks Clearwings - Cameria ohridella ~ An update - Cydia amplana - New to Norfolk - Moths Galore - The Breck in 2006 - Stoke Holy Cross ~ The End of an Era - Mothing in Overstrand - Field meetings - Oxburgh Hall 24 June - Moorgate Meadows 22 July - Walsey Hills 29 July - Tolls Meadow 19 Aug. - How Hill NNR - Horsey Dunes 23 Sept.
Newsletter 69
Newsletter 69 - April 2006
Introduction - Stenoptilia annadactyla in the Brecks - Coleophora lusciniaepennella - differing larval cases - Spring workshop - Determination by Dissection 22 March 2006 - And Finally !
Newsletter 68
Newsletter 68 - November 2005
Introduction - The White-point. Evidence for possible colonisation at Scole. - A Record of Bright Wave in Norfolk - Convolvulus Hawk Moth drops in on Canaries. - Eucosma lacteana at Titchwell Marsh. - Field Meetings: - Whitlingham Country Park - 4th June - East Ruston Common - 1th June - Sculthorpe Moor - 9th July (NMN) - Southrepps Common - 16th July - Hickling Moth Night - 22nd July - Dersingham Bog - 6th August - Mannington Hall - 26th August - Scole - 3rd September.
Newsletter 67
Newsletter 67 - April 2005
Introduction - The NMS Leaf Mining Day ~ 16 October 2004 - Acleris logiana ~ New to Norfolk - Cameria ohridella and its Spread into Norfolk.
Newsletter 66
Newsletter 66 - November 2004
Introduction - Toadflax Brocade -New to Norfolk - Field Meetings: - Cranwich Camp 15 May 2004 - Whitlingham Country Park 22 May 2004 - Blakeney Point (supposedly) 16 July 2004 - Wymondham Newt Reserve 24 July 2004 - Flordon Common 14 August 2004 - Roman Camp, West Runton 21 August 2004 - Foxley Wood 11 September 2004.
Newsletter 65
Newsletter 65 - April 2004
Introduction - Moth Wing Overlapping - Another Antichloris Moth New to Norfolk - A Parasitoid Wasp First For Norfolk and Britain.
Newsletter 64
Newsletter 64 - November 2003
Introduction - Field Meetings: - Gressenhall 12 Apr 2003 - Flordon Common 31 May & 27 Sep 2003 - Sheringham Park 4 Jul 2003 - Swanton Abbott 26 Jul 2003 - Leziate 2 Aug 2003 - Horsey Warren 23 Aug 2003 - Sculthorpe Moor 30 Aug 2003 - Little Ouse Headwaters Project - Inland Records of Agdistis bennetti - More about the absence of Bleached Pug from Norfolk
Newsletter 63
Newsletter 63 - April 2003
Introduction - Clearwing Recording in Norfolk & Suffolk - Field Meetings: - Eccles-on-Sea 7 Sep 2002 - Litcham Common / Honeypot Wood 19 Oct 2002 - Does the use of MV trap give a Reliable indication of Real Status of Moths? - Without Prejudice - A Re-appraisal of Risk Assessment
Newsletter 62
Newsletter 62 - November 2002
Introduction - A Tale of Two Pugs - Bleached Pug in the Eastern Counties - Field Trips - Felbrigg 16 April - Sporle Wood 1 June - Narborough 7 June - Upton Fen 15 June - Felbrigg 5 July - Thetford Nunnery 6 July - Strumpshaw 13 July - Walsingham 3 August - West Harling 10 August - Ni Moth in Norfolk - A Near Miss - Early Stages of Golden Twin-spot - Microlepidoptera of Holme Dunes
Newsletter 61
Newsletter 61 - April 2002
Introduction - Moth Traps and Protecting the Bulb - New County Records since 1994 - Whats in a Name? - Alderfen Broad 2001
Newsletter 60
Newsletter 60 - November 2001
Introduction - Field meetings: - Hockering Wood - Leziate - Sheringham Park - Narborough - Horsey Mere - Kimberley - Felmingham - Gressenhall - Cnephasia update - Hornet on a Bike - Trapping in the Rain - How Common is a Common Moth?
Newsletter 59
Newsletter 59 - April 2001
Introduction - Caudle Springs - Biodiversity & Moths - Nflk Lepidopterist & Species Protection - Cnephasia in Norfolk - Maitland Emmet Obituary - Book Review
Newsletter 58
Newsletter 58 - November 2000
Introduction - Field Meetings: - Holt Hall - Mannington Hall - Foulden Common - Sheringham Park - Brancaster - Marsham & Cawston Heaths - Surlingham - Horsey Gap - Moths of the Wash NNR - A week on the Lizard - Dersingham Bog, Roydon Common and Ringstead Downs in 2000
Newsletter 56
Newsletter 56 – November 1999
Introduction – Moths and biodiversity – New to Norfolk: Argyresthia trifasciata – Rare variety of Latticed Heath moth at Holme – Workshops spring 1999 – Field meetings:- Cranwich Camp – Abbey Farm, Flitcham – Holme Dunes – Felbrigg Woods – Marham Fen – Hickling Broad - Cliff hanger – Kelling Heath – Cawston College – Sennowe Park – Wheatfen Broad – Immigrant moths for Norfolk in 1999
Newsletter 55
Newsletter 55 – April 1999
Introduction – Whatever happened to? – Habitat diversification and changes in moth populations 1988-1995 - The Firethorn Leaf-miner in Norfolk – The moths of Foxley Wood 1998 – Making Waves count – Additions to the 1998 immigrant moth list for Norfolk
Newsletter 54
Newsletter 54 – November 1998
Introduction – Back from extinction? – Painting of hawk-moth larva – Workshops 1998 – Field meetings:- Wheatfen – Holt Lowes – Marham Fen – Felbrigg Great Wood – Weeting Heath – Snettisham Coastal Park – Corpusty – Whitlingham Marshes – Winterton Dunes – West Runton Heath – Sisland Wood – Late night frolics in Filby – Exotic moth new to Norfolk – I’ll have that big hairy fly! – Immigrant moths for Norfolk in 1998 – The mothing year 1998
Newsletter 53
Newsletter 53 – April 1998
Introduction – visiting private land – News from the Castle – Blanket advice – Northern Drab on the north Norfolk coast – Buttoned Snout – Pleas for Leopard Moth poo – Moths of Norfolk publication - Anglian Lepidopterist Supplies – Additions to the list of immigrant moths for Norfolk in 1997
Newsletter 52
Newsletter 52 – November 1997
Introduction – Field meetings:- Alderford Common – Bergh Apton – Caudlesprings – Sheringham Park – Lopham Fen – Whitwell Common – Dersingham Bog – Roydon Common – Wheatfen – Wood House, Ditchingham – Bure Marshes, Woodbastwick – Norfolk Brecks 1997 – Eccles-on-sea 1997 – Angoumois grain moth – Workshops at the Castle – Happy Returns – Moth recording from a bike – Larvae of some Norfolk coastal sandhills – Immigrant moths in Norfolk 1997
Newsletter 51
Newsletter 51 – April 1997
Introduction – New venue for indoor meetings - Autumn in Japan – Immigrant moths in Norfolk 1996 – Duponchelia fovealis –a pyralid moth new to Britain – Good news for expectant mothers – Winter notes from west Norfolk – Filling in cards - On the subject of wine ropes – Norfolk moth records, April 1997
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