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contents - volume 115 (part 2)

Published 25th March 2003

Peer-reviewed Papers:

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The changing moth and butterfly fauna of Britain during the twentieth century. Mark Parsons 49-66

The butterfly fauna of Central Ariège, Pyrenees, France in the 1920s and 2002. David Corke 77-94

The validity and synonymy of the names Bicyclus martius Fabricius, 1793 and B. sanaos hewitson, 1866 (Nymphalidae; Satyrinae). Torben B. Larsen 95-96


More on Cacyreus marshalli (Butler) (Lep.: Lycaenidae). M. Marney 67

Criomorphus williamsi China (Hem.: Delphacidae) apparently new to Kent. Laurence Clemons 67

Paralister obscurus (Kugelann) (Col.: Histeridae) in Devon Ð a recent record. Alex Williams 68

What value will individual field naturalists have in insect distribution recording in the future? Keith P. Bland 68-69

Some recent Suffolk (VC 25 & 26) records of the Pauper Pug Eupithecia egenaria H.-S. (Lep: Geometridae). Tony Prichard 69

Note on the name eutyphron, a subspecies of Maculinea arion (L.) (Lep.: Lycaenidae). A. A. Allen 70

A note on the apparent rarity of Orthoceratium lacustre (Scopoli) (Dipt.:Dolichopodidae) in Kent. Laurence Clemons 70-71

Further records of Tephritis matricariae (Loew) (Dip.: Tephritidae) in Kent. Laurence Clemons 71

Astiosoma rufifrons Duda (Dipt.: Asteiidae) in East Kent. Laurence Clemons 71-72

Hydriomena furcata Thun.(Lep. Geometridae): Melanism in north-west Kent and elsewhere. B. K. West 72-73

Gnophomyia viridipennis (Gimmerthal) (Dip.: Limoniidae) in Kent Ð rare or simply under-recorded? Laurence Clemons 74

Hazards of butterfly collecting. Butterflies at boarding school in Denmark, 1958-1962. Torben B. Larsen 74-76

Subscriber Notices:

List of Middlesex microlepidoptera now available. Colin W. Plant 76

Request for British examples of allegedly Japanese species. Hideo Ogai 96