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From the May 2022 issue

2    Contact details

      Notes for Contributors

3     The London Moth Book Update

5     Strepsiptera

       Library news (Julie Berk)

6     Vacancy: London Bird Club Secretary

7     Meet the author: Ted Benton (Gehan de Silva Wijeyeratne)

9     Richmond: Twickenham bridge towards Ham along the Thames: Mark Spencer (Saba Rokni)

12   Woodlands: a virtual talk by Mark Spencer  (Viviana Biazzo)

14   Botany walk in Islington: Mark Spencer (Julie Berk)

16   Acid Grasslands and Heaths: a virtual talk by Mark Spencer (Annie Chipchase)

20   Chess Valley for spring flora (Mario Maculan)

24   Ruislip Lido and Woods (Neil Anderson)

26   Brown Hares: their biology, ecology, mythology and future: Bob Reed (Wendy Knight)

28   Crossness (George Kalli)


Cover: Female Misumena vatia (flower crab spider) on Periwinkle, Adelaide Road Nature Reserve 30th April (Mark Burgess)