Subject index – issues 1-50

References in bold are authors or subjects of main articles. References in italics are scientific names or book/journal titles.

(c) after an English reference indicates that the article is written in Welsh, with an English summary.

 

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F

50 things to do before you’re 11¾, 46:7, 12-13

50 years ago

++++dairy farming, 41:3

++++great black-backed gulls, 43:3

++++leatherback turtles, 40:3

++++marsh orchids, 45:42

++++moths and mothing, 48:43-45

++++National Nature Reserves, 42:3; 44:3

52 Wildlife Weekends by James Lowen, 49:45

Fairfield, Tom, 50:40

Fallow Deer by Jochen Langbein & Norma Chapman, 10:45

Farmer, Richard, 8:24; 17:34 (c)

Farmers & Environment: Action towards 2020, 19:36

farmers as conservationists, 31:18; 33:4; 38:4-9, 11ff

farmers’ markets, 7:46

farming

++++17th century, 12:17(c); 13:13(c)

++++arable, 7:43

++++changing practices, 21:10; 46:18; 47:36

++++communities, 7:28(c), 30, 34; 8:31

++++dairy, history of, 41:3

++++for wildlife, 7:28(c), 30; 8:31; 16:34-5; 21:10ff; 31:32; 33:4; 35:33; 38:11ff, 20ff, 28; 39:13

++++mainstream, 31:18

++++medieval, 29:4ff; 40:22, 36-7; 46:19

++++Neolithic, 7:43; 10:5ff

++++organic, 7:32ff; 13:6; 20:34; 21:32; 33:4; 38:11

++++prehistoric, 29:21, 26; 30:5-6

++++pressures on, 33:22; 35:33; 39:13

++++strip field, 46:7

++++subsidies, 48:8

++++sustainable, 19:32

++++traditional, 26:16-17; 29:4ff; 30:6-8, 9; 46:19; 47:36-7; 48:13

++++uplands, 42:27

Farming & Wildlife Advisory Group (FWAG), 7:14; 14:47; 31:18ff

Farming Connect, 20:22

Farming for the Future, 3:41; 31:33

farmland birds, decline of, 15:27(c); 20:22

Farr, Gareth, 43:44; 44:51

Farrar, John, 2:12; 14:33

Farrell, Shane, 27:21

Fascinated by Fungi by Pat O’Reilly, 41:42

Faulkner, Clive, 7:30

Fedw Fawr, 35:31

Felis sylvestris, 34:12, 16(c)

fen meadows, 13:17; 30:10ff

fencing, in the uplands, 33:12; 36:8; 37:47

Fenn’s, Whixall and Bettisfield Mosses, 11:22

Feral by George Monbiot, 48:4, 8, 41

Ferguson, John, letter, 48:49

fern

++++element in place names, 10:32(c)

++++Killarney, 9:9(c)

fertiliser, 33:5, 7, 46

Festuca rubra (peiswellt coch), 31:13(c)

ffenoleg, 38:33(c); 50:28-31(c)

Fferm Lodge, 16:14

Fferm Somerton, Penfro, 39:13-17

ffermio

++++ar gyfer y dyfodol, 3:40; 10:44

++++cydnaws â natur, 1:7-10

Fflint, 20:20; 42:23(c)

Fforwm Carreg Cymru, 15:36

Fforwm Rheolaeth Waun Fignen Felen, 42:25(c)

ffosffad, 24:12

ffosfforws, 21:14

ffosil

++++Calamostachys, 43:23(c)

++++Flemingites, 43:20-23(c)

++++Palaeostachya, 43:20-23(c)

Ffos-y-fran, 32:8

Ffrainc, 34:18

Fframwaith Amgylchedd Naturiol, 42:37

ffridd/ffrith, 16:40

ffromlys chwarennog, see Impatiens glandulifera,

ffwlbart (Mustela putorius), 31:30-31

ffyngau (ffyngoedd), 20:44; 21:9; 23:2; 48:25

ffyrdd

++++cludo calch, 44:29(c)

++++porthmyn, 44:28-31(c)

++++Rhufeinig, 44:29(c)

Field Guide to the Bumblebees of Great Britain and Ireland by Mike Edwards & Martin Jenner, 15:42

Field Guide to the Dragonflies & Damselflies of Great Britain & Ireland (British Wildlife), 11:42

Field Guide to the Dragonflies of Britian & Europe by Klaas-Douwe B Djikstra, 20:45

Field Guide to the Marine Fishes of Wales by Paul Kay & Frances Dipper, 32:22ff, 46, 47

Field Guide to the Moths of Great Britain & Ireland by Waring, Townsend, & Lewington, 9:45

field maple, 3:39; 6:32 (c)

field systems, 22:15ff

Fighting for Birds by Mark Avery, 45:48

fire, regeneration through, 45:11

fire-fighting, 39:18; 42:18; 46:30, 41

Firth of Forth, 22:12

fish

++++in Welsh seas, 32:22

++++life cycles, 50:9

++++restocking, 40:20

Fisheries Bill, 19:30

fisheries, 28:42; 49:43

fishing, 21:37ff; 23:11(c)

++++commercial, 4:32ff

++++over-, 4:32ff; 30:37

++++stocks, 19:29-30; 23:11(c)

Fissidens curvatus, 21:46

Fitter, Richard, 9:45

flash flooding, 50:14

Flat Holm Island, 1:25; 9:46; 35:45; 50:50

flatflies, 36:21

flax-leaved St. John’s Wort, see Hypericum linariifolium

flea, 30:44

Fleming-Williams, Liz, 42:42; 45:36

Fletcher, Chris, 41:42

Fletcher, Tony, 5:38

flies, river, 14:23

flood defences, 2:13 see also ecosystem services,

flood plains, 11:28ff

flood risk management, 29:21, 37

Flora Locale, 21:47

Flora of Cardiganshire by AO Chater, 37:39

floral diversity, 48:18

fly, stiletto, 1:47

flycatcher, pied, 8:35; 9:44, 47; 13:47; 34:44

Foley, Michael, 17:43; 27:44

food, 20:33

++++buying locally, 7:30ff, 7:32, 46; 9:15ff

++++growing, 7:14; 9:15ff

++++packaging, 7:46

++++production, 31:19

++++shopping, 7:14ff, 46

Foot & Mouth disease, 1:10; 2:10, 17, 40; 3:41; 34:41

footpath, guide, 45:39

Footprints on the Sands of Time by Norman & Hugh Salmon, 39:41

foraging, see also bushcraft,21:19; 46:13-13; 48:46

Forest Enterprise, 5:20

forest networks, 3:30; 5:7

Forest Strategy for Wales, 3:30ff

Forestry Commission, 3:45; 5:23; 9:14ff; 12:33; 18:19ff; 22:44-5; 29:32ff; 32:43

forests

++++and farming, 3:8

++++grazing in, 3:8

Forman, Dan, 25:9; 48:26

fossil fuels, 5:12ff

fossil species

++++Calamostachys, 43:23(c)

++++crinoid Hylodecrinus cymrus, 50:46

++++Flemingites, 43:20-23(c)

++++Palaeostachya, 43:20-23(c)

fossilised bark, 37:44

fossils, 30:18; 32:4045:51

++++digital database, 45:51

++++forest, 43:20(c); 50:51

++++vascular tissue, 42:43

Fox, Richard, 24:19

foxglove, 2:34 (c); 11:46

Francis, Rory, 2:15; 17:34; 22:44; 29:47; 48:52; 49:52

Freeman, Chris, 14:33

Frenchman’s Steps, 42:14ff

Freshwater Fishes in Britain by Davies, Shelley, Harding, McClean, Gardiner and Peirson, 13:42

Frey, W. et al., 21:43

Friends of Cardigan Bay, 9:41

Friends of the Earth, 14:6; 48:36

frog, common, 37:22

frog-spawn, monitoring of, 2:21

Fron Deg cottage restoration, 46:9, 10(c), 31

fruit

++++conserving species, 43:24; 49:28-9

++++growing, 49:24-5

Fryers, Andy, 37:46; 38:45

fucoids, see seaweeds,

Fuller,Chris, 4:11; 26:13; 36:40; 37:39

fulmar, 17:46

Fumitories of Britain & Ireland by R J Murphy, 34:42

Fungi by Brian Spooner & Peter Roberts, 16:42

Fungi of Northwest Wales by Charles Aron, 17:42

fungi, 12:23; 27:30-31; 37:20; 44:12; 48:22

++++at National Botanic Garden, 45:46-7; 49:50

++++commercial collecting, 21:6

++++festival, 21:4

++++forays, 37:20

++++harvesting, 36:14-15

++++new research, 20:41

++++of grassland, 10:17

++++of sand dunes, 9:37

++++on lawns, 2:27

++++psychology of, 36:14

fungi species

++++Abortiporus biennis, 49:50

++++big blue pinkgill Entomola bloxamii, 44:14

++++Clathrus rubus, 48:35

++++Cyathus striatus, 49:50

++++dark-purple earthtongue Geoglossum atropurpureum, 44:14

++++dead man’s fingers, 48:24

++++dune cup Peziza ammophila, 44:13

++++dune inkcap Coprinopsis ammophilae, 44:13

++++Entolema rubellum, 39:15

++++Entomola fridolfingense, 44:14

++++eyelash, 48:23

++++fairy club, 2:27

++++fairy rings, 2:28; 9:39; 49:50

++++jelly ear, 48:24

++++orange peel, 4:30

++++Piptoporus quercinus, 49:52

++++scarlet elf cup, 4:30

++++stinkhorn, 48:24

++++Strobilomyces strobilaceus, 49:50

++++Stropharia rugosoannulata, 49:50

++++trooping funnel cap, 37:21

++++waxcaps, 2:27; 4:28; 44:13; 49:50

FUTUREforest project, 32:43; 39:45

FWAG, see Farming & Wildlife Advisory Group