The Gloucestershire Naturalist No. 24

The latest edition of The Gloucestershire Naturalist (No.24) has been published and will be posted out shortly. John Sanders is a new contributor to this magazine and, having studied Gloucestershire’s gulls for some years, has now been studying Curlews on the River Severn. He writes about their movements through colour-ring observations. John Harper describes the discovery of a spider species new to Gloucestershire. The county’s flora and fauna also receive attention from the many recorders, contact details for whom are given at the back of the magazine.

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Notes on Contributors
Gloucestershire Botany Report 2012, Mark & Clare Kitchen
Amphibian and Reptile Report 2012, Colin Twissell
Grasshoppers Crickets & allies in Gloucestershire 2012, John Widgery
Spiders in Gloucestershire 2012, David Haigh
Odonata Report for 2012, Ingrid Twissell
Colour-ringed Curlews on the Lower Severn, John Sanders
Colour Plates
Zygiella stroemi – a spider new to Gloucestershire, John Harper
Hoverfly Report 2012, David Iliff
Ladybird Report 2012, David Iliff
Terrestrial Heteroptera (Land Bugs) Report 2012, John Widgery
Gloucestershire Lichen Report 2012, Juliet Bailey
Wildlife Recording In Gloucestershire
County Recorders
Notes for Contributors

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