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Transactions of the Yorkshire Naturalists" Union

Yorkshire Naturalists" Union

Transactions of the Yorkshire Naturalists" Union

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Published in Leeds .
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Parts published at Hull The Transactions include papers in all departments of the Yorkshire fauna and flora, and are issued in annual parts containing signatures of the various sections (A-F); the groups are paged independently.

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Genre/Form: Book: Additional Physical Format: Print version: Massee, George, Fungus flora of Yorkshire. London, A. Brown, (OCoLC) Charles Crossland became the first secretary of the Yorkshire Naturalists' Union Mycological Committee inbecoming president of the union itself in He was a founder member of the British Mycological Society, becoming its first treasurer in He was made a Born: September 3,Halifax, Yorkshire.

Woolhope Naturalists' Field Club - Transactions. > Worcestershire Archaeological Society. > Worcestershire Naturalists' Club - Transactions. Yorkshire Archaeological Journal. > Yorkshire Naturalists' Union. Young Naturalist. Career. Grabham was a masters graduate of Cambridge University and Keeper of the Yorkshire Museum from to He was appointed by the Yorkshire Philosophical Society to the position of Keeper in following the retirement of the previous incumbent, Henry Maurice Platnauer.

He was a member of the British Ornithologists' Union and a committee member of the Yorkshire Naturalist's utions: Yorkshire Museum. of the Transactions of the Natural History Society of Northumberland, Durham and Newcastle upon Tyne in which there was set out an adequate account of the vegetation flourishing on the Magnesian Limestone.

Soon after this work appeared, inthe Tyneside Naturalists' Field Club came into being. the Yorkshire Naturalists Union (e.g. The Naturalist and Transactions of the Yorkshire Naturalists’ Union), synopses of the fauna of the York area (e.g.

Grabham,a & b) and papers relating to key species. The unpublished record books of the now-defunct York & District Field Naturalists Society (YDFNS) have also been consulted. Browse any ebooks by genre Nonfiction. Browse any genre in our library.

Read online and add your books to our library. Best fiction books are always available here - the largest online library. Page The origins of the British Mycological Society can be traced to Woolhope Field Naturalists' Club in Hereford and to the Yorkshire Naturalists' Union (Y.N.U.).

The Woolhope Club was based on the Hereford Museum and in its Curator, Dr H. Bull encouraged the club to take a special interest in fungi. (Yorkshire) Naturalist (present), deposited by the Craven Naturalists' and Scientific Association along with a cabinet in which to house the volumes; Yorkshire Naturalists' Union Bulletins (present), a growing collection donated by the Yorkshire Naturalists Association; and.

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by Proposed Wickland Oil Company Petroleum Products Facility, Selby, Draft EIR, Environmental Assessment (EA). 1 THE YORKSHIRE NATURALISTS’ UNION ANNUAL REPORT Charity No The Executive of the Union (the Trustees) are pleased to present the Annual Report, together with the financial statements for the year ended 31st March examined under the requirements of the Charities Act Nov - Mary Chorley FFS joins the Yorkshire Naturalists Union.

- one of the permanent members of the General Committee of the Yorkshire Naturalists' Union. - June - Mary Chorley gave a lecture on nature study for Bradford Girls Grammar School (part of the Bradford Exhibition). A The Naturalist - Journal of the Yorkshire Naturalists Union Vol 3 /8 A The Naturalist B25 Transactions of the Manchester Geological Society Vol 1 Grainger YNU C33 The Flora of West Yorkshire F.A.

Lees   Transactions of the Yorkshire Naturalists' Union (). Scan of 2 d images in the public domain believed to be free to use without restriction in the US. Redshaw () wrote in the Transactions Lincolnshire Naturalists' Union: "In the Fifth Minute Book of Spalding Gentlemen's Society (Founded ), under the entries for 28th Septemberappears the following report: 'The Orange Argus of Elloe, an Elegant butterfly depicted and discovered by the Secr'y.

In The Yorkshire Naturalists’ Union one hundred and sixth annual report. The Naturalist • (with Johnson, C.) A preliminary list of the Coleoptera of Merioneth, North Wales. He recorded some bryophytes for the eastern part of v.-C. 63, but was more involved with the East Riding (v.-c.

61), for which he compiled the first comprehensive moss list (in the Botanical Transactions of the Yorkshire Naturalists’ Union, 1, ). William West () is celebrated for his work on the freshwater algae.

Anon (). The Yorkshire Naturalists’ Union in Upper Teesdale. The Naturalist (): A report of a Yorkshire Naturalists’ Union field meeting, including mollusca, a modest list of Lepidoptera, 12 Hemiptera, one Orthopteran and one beetle (Carabus nitens).

Molluscs includedFile Size: 2MB. Leeds Philosophical and Literary Society, Yorkshire Naturalists' Union. ISBN Fryer, G. Phylogeny and adaptive radiation within the Anomopoda: a preliminary exploration.

Naturalists’ Union Series D, 5: Mayhew, P.J. () The Dark Bordered Beauty moth at Askham Bog at the end of the 19 th Century. The Naturalist, Yorkshire Naturalists' Union. He was its Coleoptera recorder and chairman of one of its most important committees.

During the course of these services, he compiled a unique card index of British insects which has been of great value to many prominent entomologists locally and elsewhere.

This index, very fortunately, he has. William Denison Roebuck () was a distinguished amateur naturalist, who was a founder member of the Leeds Shell Club in This society evolved into the Conchological Society of Great Britain and Ireland and the Yorkshire Conchological Society.

LIST OF SCIENTIFIC PUBLICATIONS QUOTED THE following list does not represent all the publications Hull Scientific mid Field Naturalists' Club, Transactions.

Hutton's Abridg., Philosophical Transactions. Yorkshire. Naturalists' World. Nature. Nature Book. Nature, La. 1 THE YORKSHIRE NATURALISTS’ UNION ANNUAL REPORT Charity No The Executive of the Union (the Trustees) are pleased to present the Annual Report, together with the accounts for the year ended 31st March examined under the.

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This banner text can have markup. web; books; video; audio; software; images; Toggle navigation. His older brother, William Gardner Smith (–), completed those surveys, and then moved to Leeds, where he convinced the Yorkshire Naturalists’ Union to undertake a botanical survey under his direction (DesmondAyres ).

Yorkshire vegetation maps appeared inthe first in England, which inspired formation of the Cited by: 1. The Wasps, Ants and Bees of Watsonian Yorkshire. Yorkshire Naturalists’ Union.

Archer, M. E., Second report into the Chrysis ignita group - a provisional approach to gain confidence in identifying the specimens. BWARS Newsletter Spring Archer, M. ed., BWARS Members' Handbook. Centre for Ecology and Hydrology, Huntingdon.

Cambridge University, School of Agriculture: Memoirs. Cockle Park Agricultural Experimental Station, Northumberland: Bulletin. Colonial Resources, London: Geol. & Mineral Resources, Plant & Animal Research Products, Bulletin. Commonwealth Institute of Entomology: Review of Applied Entomology.

Cranmore Ethnographical Museum: Ethnologia. Department of Scientific and Industrial Research:. Yorkshire Phil. Soc. (), the museum in the grounds of St Mary's Abbey, York, contains a remarkable collection of Roman remains; Naturalists' Union of the natural history and scientific societies of the county (founded in as the West Riding Consolidated Naturalists' Soc., reorganized in ), publishes the Naturalist (, &c.), Trans.

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The additional week took place in Q3 – all comparisons within this.Filey, East Riding of Yorkshire. Remains of a Roman work, seemingly of a station, were discovered on the cliff inand have been described in the Transactions of the Yorkshire Philosophical Society. In Domesday book it is called Fivelae.

The town, however, has made no figure in history; and, till some time after the commencement of the.