Worcestershire Record Articles

Worcester Recorders Article No.38 April 2015

1 Bingham John Bingham Lonchoptera lutea Panzer, 1809. (Lonchopteridae). Yellow Spear-winged Fly larvae found at Ribbesford Woods, Worcestershire
2 Bingham John Bingham Solar eclipse 20th March 2015 Kidderminster, Worcestershire
3 Bingham; Bingham John Bingham; Denise Bingham Aphis ilicis Kaltenbach 1843 Holly Aphid, Hemiptera, in Kidderminster
4 Button Nick Button Coralroot Cardamine bulbifera in the Wyre Forest
5 Davies Steve Davies A new regional representative for the British Trust for Ornithology (BTO) in Worcestershire
6 Davies Steve Davies BTO Breeding House Martin Survey 2015
7 Farmer Gary Farmer Craspedosoma rawlinsii Leach, a new millipede for Worcestershire
8 Farmer Gary Farmer Mega-beaks
9 Farmer Gary Farmer Porcellio spinicornis Say, 1818. An Isopod enigma in Worcestershire
10 Farmer Gary Farmer Worcestershire Bumblebee Atlas and Grasshopper Atlas. Last call for records
11 Green David M. Green Leptoglossus occidentalis Heidemann, 1910 (Hemiptera: Coreidae) in Worcester city
12 Green Harry Green Editorial: Small-leaved Lime Tilia cordata, remarkable germination in 2015
13 Hill; Hill Graham Hill; Ann Hill Ram’s-horn gall Andricus aries at Whitethorn Bank, Rushwick, Worcester
14 Hitchcock James Hitchcock The Hazel Dormouse in Worcestershire – an update
15 Jennings Des Jennings The recent colonisation and range expansion by Beautiful Demoiselle Calopteryx virgo along the rivers Cole and Rea in north-eastern Worcestershire VC37
16 Lowe Garth Lowe A Song Thrush, a Mole, and worms
17 Matthews Martin Matthews The Gloucester Mecopteran No. 4 April 2015
18 Metcalf Mike Metcalf The spread of Northern Ravens Corvus corax in Worcestershire
19 Peacock Mark Peacock Syrphus torvus and Andrena clarkella and along Barnett Brook, Blakedown, Worcestershire, March 2015
20 Peacock Mark Peacock Ram’s-horn Gall Andricus aries near Blakedown, Worcestershire, 8th February 2015
21 Peplow Gavin Peplow Birds in Worcestershire – April to September 2014
22 Peplow Gavin Peplow Birds in Worcestershire – October 2014 to March 2015
23 Trevis Geoff Trevis Pound Green Common – a hot spot for ants
24 Trevis Geoff Trevis Records from Worcestershire Recorders Committee March 2014 to February 2015
25 Turner; Turner Mark Turner; Christine Turner Hawks and Hirundines, a study of predators and prey around Broadway village residences. August to October 2014
26 Turner; Turner Mark Turner; Christine Turner Kites, Ravens and other raptors of the Broadway, Worcestershire area, from December 2014 to April 2015
27 Umpelby Roger Umpelby A Death’s-head Hawk-moth caterpillar Acherontia atropos visits Ashton-under-Hill
28 Wadsworth Oliver Wadsworth Worcestershire Moths Summary 2014
29 Westwood Brett Westwood Aspen leaf-rolling weevils Byctiscus populi. More sites in north Worcestershire
30 Whitehead P.F. Whitehead An interesting early reference to the Privet Hawk-moth Sphinx ligustri L., 1758 in Worcestershire
31 Whitehead Paul F. Whitehead An interesting variation in a male Eurasian Wigeon Anas penelope L., 1758 at Slimbridge, Gloucestershire
32 Whitehead Paul F. Whitehead Disentangling derivation: Palaeolithic artefacts and biota from Avon No. 4 terrace at Twyning, Gloucestershire
33 Whitehead Paul F. Whitehead Ephemera vulgata L., 1758 (Ephemeroptera, Ephemeridae) at Birlingham, Worcestershire on 6 April 2015
34 Whitehead Paul F. Whitehead The scorpion Euscorpius cf. flavicaudis (De Geer, 1778) (Scorpiones, Euscorpiidae) at Stow-on-the-wold Gloucestershire
35 Whitehead Paul F. Whitehead Updating Middle Devensian plant macrofossils from Avon No. 2 terrace, Twyning, Gloucestershire