The Newsletter of the Kent Field Club

The Newsletter of the Kent Field Club

Two newsletters are produced annually containing articles written by members, details of future meetings, membership news and sales information for Kent Field Club publications.

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  • Nature Newsletter from Little Barton Farm January - July 2016. Susan and Terry Dove.
  • Notes on the Calliphoridae (Diptera) of Kent. Laurence Clemons.
  • The Future of the Newsletter of the Kent Field Club revisited. Laurence Clemons.
  • A Visit to Kemsing Downs. Joyce Pitt.
  • Nature Newsletter from Little Barton Farm July - December 2015. Susan and Terry Dove.
  • Early flowering of Cherry Plum in 2016. Joyce Pitt.
  • Investigations into the distribution of recent marine invertebrate discoveries in Kent. Chris Spurrier.
  • Notes on the Fanniidae (Diptera) of Kent. Laurence Clemons.
  • Nature Newsletter from Little Barton Farm January - June 2015. Susan and Terry Dove.
  • Nature Newsletter from Little Barton Farm 2014. Susan and Terry Dove.
  • Progress with recording the Diptera of Kent 4. Laurence Clemons.
  • A rare mining bee, Andrena vaga, rediscovered in the UK in Kent. Grant Hazlehurst.
  • Weasel's-snout as an allotment weed. Richard Moyse.
  • A Snail Tale. Kathy Friend.
  • Potential Bryozoan invader alert. Chris Spurrier.
  • Nature Newsletter from Little Barton Farm 2013. Susan and Terry Dove.
  • Progress with recording the Diptera of Kent 3. Laurence Clemons
  • Here on holiday or here to stay? Kathy Friend
  • New atlas of Orthoptera and allied insects of Britain and Ireland. Richard Moyse.
  • The Bumblebees of Kent. Ian Tittley.
  • Across our borders. Ian Tittley.
  • Seaweeds at Dungeness? Ian Tittley.
  • A family walk in Farningham Wood on Boxing Day 2013. Joyce Pitt.
  • Observations on the effects of photovoltaic solar panels on invertebrates at Ebbsfleet Farm, Sandwich, Kent 2010-2012. John Feltwell.
  • On the shoulders of giants - forty years of Kent Diptera. Laurence Clemons.
  • Peppered moth update. David Gardner.
  • Atlas of Shieldbugs & allies of Kent. Jonathan Barnard.
  • Progress with recording the Diptera of Kent 2. Laurence Clemons
  • Letter from Ranscombe Farm. Richard Moyse.
  • Sargassum in Oare Creek? An unexpected marine habitat. Ian Tittley.
  • Across the borders... What's been going on elsewhere! Ian Tittley.
  • Eric George Philp 1930-2013. John Bdmin.
  • Notes on the Chloropidae (Diptera) of Kent. Laurence Clemons.
  • North Kent Marshes SSSIs. Tony Witts.
  • Are photovoltaic solar arrays an influencing factor in avian mortality? John Feltwell.
  • The marina alga 'Devils Tongue Weed' in Kent. Ian Tittley.
  • 2012 Glow-worm (Lampyris noctiluca) report for Little Barton Farm, Bethersden. Terry and Sue Dove.
  • From the Kent Field Club archives. Kathy Friend.
  • An entomological note on Ragwort Senecio jacobaea. Paul Sokoloff.
  • Kent's strangest tales. John Badmin.
  • Progress with recording the Diptera of Kent. Laurence Clemons.
  • DNA identification of Drosophila obscura (Diptera, Drosophilidae) and a new sigma virus in Kent. John Badmin.
  • Enhancing distribution maps using Microsoft Powerpoint. Laurence Clemons.
  • Observations on the Wasp Spider (Argiope buennichi) at Little Barton Farm, Bethersden. Terry and Sue Dove.
  • Fungal associates with Yew Taxus baccata. Joyce Pitt.
  • Letter from Ranscombe Farm. Richard Moyse.
  • Corrections and amendments to the Bulletin of the Kent Field Club volume 57. Laurence Clemons.
  • 2001 Glow worm (Lampyris noctiluca) report for Little Barton Farm, Bethersden. Terry and Sue Dove.
  • The red alga Bostrychia scorpioides (Hudson) Montague ex Kützing (Ceramiales, Rhodomelaceae) in Kent and the Thames Estuary. Ian Tittley.
  • Beach invasion? Chris Spurrier.
  • Dianthus armeria at Farningham Wood. Joyce Pitt.
  • Whitstable winter weather 2011-12. Jim Crawley.
  • Observations from St. George's Golf Course, Sandwich. Joyce Pitt.
  • Book review - Seasearch guide to Seaweeds of Britain and Ireland. Ian Tittley.
  • Porch roof at St. Peter's Church, Oare. Joyce Pitt and Alison Riggs.
  • Pyramidal orchids at Doddington churchyard. Kathy Friend.
  • The green seaweed Codium in Kent. Ian Tittley.
  • A swarm of starfish at Foreness Point. Ian Tittley.
  • Recent changes in distribution of bees in Kent. Geoff Allen.
  • Congratulations - Fred Booth MBE. Ian Tittley.
  • Publications of the Kent Field Club. Ian Tittley.
  • News of sister societies. Ian Tittley.
  • Book review - Silent Summer. John Badmin.
  • Notes on the genus Bibio Geoffroy, 1762 (Diptera, Bibionidae) in Kent. Laurence Clemons.
  • 2010 Glow Worm (Lampyris noctiluca) report for Little Barton Farm, Bethersden. Terry and Susan Dove.
  • Glow-worm Lampyris noctiluca studies at Little Burton Farm, Bethersden. Terry and Susan Dove.
  • 'Ideal homes' for White-clawed Crayfish. Kathy Friend and Sue Skipp.
  • Progress with recording the Flesh-flies (Diptera, Sarcophagidae) of Watsonian Kent. Laurence Clemons.
  • Where have all the orchids gone? David Johnson.
  • Progress with recording the Sawflies (Hymenoptera, Symphyta) of Watsonian Kent. Laurence Clemons.
  • Rabbits! Orchid friend or foe?
  • The identity of the leaf-curling mite on cleavers in Kent
  • Occurrence of new eucalyptus gall in Kent Bees, wasps and ants of Kent by Geoff Allen
  • Hothfield Heathland Project "To pollinate or not to pollinate, that is the question"
  • Notes on the Muscidae of Kent
  • Wasp visits fly at downe bank
  • Notes on the Roman snail Helix pomatia
  • Notes on studying the Chironomidae. Laurence Clemons.
  • Frangula alnus at Hosey
  • Common Amanita pantherina - Panther cap
  • More Kentish orchid variants
  • Fungi on piles of wood chippings. Joyce Pitt and David Mitchell.
  • More notes on Kentish orchids. David Johnson.
  • Progress with recording the Craneflies of Kent. Laurence Clemons.
  • Mniaecia jungermanniae in Kent. Joyce Pitt.
  • Chalk bank in Lullingstone Park. Joyce Pitt.
  • Progress with recording the Tephritidae (Diptera) of Watsonian Kent. Laurence Clemons.
  • Insects to look out for in Summer - Oak Bush-Crickets. Richard Moyse.
  • Mistletoe and hosts in the County. Joyce Pitt.
  • Mole Cricket Gryllotalpa gryllotalpa (L.) In Kent. Norman Heal.
  • Insects to look out for in Spring. Richard Moyse.
  • Further notes on the Lizard Orchid Himantoglossum hircinum at Lullingstone Park, West Kent (v.c. 16). David Johnson.
  • You couldn't make it up. Laurence Clemons.
  • Man Orchids and Common Helleborines. Joyce Pitt.
  • Life on the edge! The incredible insects of soft cliffs. Andrew Whitehouse.
  • Where are the cynipid galls on Quercus robur? Karsten Schonrogge.
  • Mistletoe Viscum album in Kent. Joyce Pitt.
  • Book review: The Longshoreman. Priscilla Nobbs.
  • Nomenclatural numerical nonsense. Laurence Clemons.
  • New locations for the Shrill Carder Bee Bombus sylvarum. Richard Moyse.
  • Arable weeds on an allotment. Richard Moyse.
  • Juniper management at St. Margaret's Leas. Phil Chantler.
  • Flies to look out for. Laurence Clemons.
  • The future of the Newsletter of the Kent Field Club. Laurence Clemons.
  • Fallow Deer in Kent. Peter Heathcote.
  • Water Voles on the north Kent marshes. Malcolm Jennings.
  • Nibbled nuts. Hazel Ryan.
  • The Lizard Orchid Himantoglossum hircinum at Lullingstone Park. Sue Pittman.
  • Two Sawflies to look out for. Laurence Clemons.
  • Oxtongue Broomrape Orobanche picridis in the Dover area. Phil Chantler.
  • Lizard Orchid Himantoglossum hircinum at Lullingstone Park, West Kent (v.c.16). David Johnson.
  • Elham weather, fourth quarter 2004. Peter Gay.
  • Weather facts from Sellindge. Tony Orsbourne.
  • Xylocopa violacea in Kent. Geoff Allen.
  • Silver-spotted Skipper Hesperia comma Linn. In the Dover to Kingsdown SSSI. Phil Chantler.
  • The Military Orchid (Orchis militaris) in Kent. David Johnson.
  • Moths to look for in Autumn. Keith Palmer.
  • The Horse Chestnut leaf miner (Cameraria ohridella) in Kent. Keith Palmer.
  • Dormice in Kent. Peter Heathcote.
  • Elham weather, third quarter 2004. Peter Gay.
  • Weather facts for July 2004. Tony Orsbourne.
  • Flies to look out for. Laurence Clemons.
  • A possible record of the Carpenter Bee Xylocopa violacea in Kent. Richard Moyse.
  • Weather records: Elham weather, second quarter 2004. Peter Gay.
  • Weather records: Weather notes from Sellindge. Tony Orsbourne.