Living World 2007
This issue contains a guest editorial from Club President I. Reginald Potter, eight research papers, five nature notes, the rare bird report, two book reviews and a tribute to Dr. Thomas H. G. Aitken.
Cover Photograph: The testa of the seed of the Chaconia after germination has taken place. A part of a cotyledon can be seen beneath the testa. The testa is highly ornamented with a network of ridges dividing the surface into 4 - 5 sided segments. The exposed surface of each segment is ornamented with reticulate to pitted thickenings. The colour of the testa is golden-brown; the blue tinge seen is caused by the stain used during preparation of the specimen. (EJD)