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contents - volume 115 (part 4)

Published 25th July 2003

Peer-reviewed Papers:

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The Engrailed, Ectropis bistortata (Goeze) (Lep.: Geometridae), has become partially double-brooded in north-east Scotland. Robert Palmer and Philip Gould 153-154

Microdon myrmicae Sch.nrogge et al 2002 (Dipt.: Microdontidae): presence in Ireland confirmed. Martin Speight 155-157

Lithophane consocia (Borkhausen, 1792) (Lep.: Noctuidae): Softly's shoulder-knot - a noctuid moth new to Britain. M. R. Honey and C. W. Plant 159-165

Eupithecia massiliata Dardoin & Millière (Lep.: Geometridae) - a pug moth new to the British fauna from Epping Forest. B. Goodey 167-170

A record of Uloma culinaris (Linnaeus) (Col.: Tenebrionidae) from the British Isles, with a discussion of its European biology. M. V. L. Barclay 181-186

Earias vittella (Fabricius) (Lep.: Noctuidae) the first occurrence of wild-caught moths in Europe. Steven Nash 187-188

The Emperor Swallowtails (Papilio hesperus Westwood and P. horribilis Butler) in West Africa (Lep.: Papilionidae). Torben B. Larsen 189-192


Epichoristodes acerbella Walker (Lep.: Tortricidae) not new to Britain in the wild. A. A. Allen 157

The flight period of Tachystola acroxantha (Meyrick) (Lep.: Oecophoridae). Rob Edmunds 166

Little-known entomological literature - 9. Brian Gardiner 171-174

Hazards of butterfly collecting. "Hoo, hoo, hoo, hoo ... and you too!" - Bangladesh, March 2002. Torben B. Larsen 175-176

Dotted Chestnut Conistra rubiginea (D.&S.) (Lep.: Noctuidae) in Warwickshire. David Brown 176

Saddleback Moth caterpillar Sibine ?stimulea (Clemons) (Lep.: Limacodidae): - a possible new record for the UK discovered in Somerset. Samantha Trebilcock 177

Meadow Brown Maniola jurtina (L.) (Lep.: Nymphalidae): and early and a late record in Staffordshire. Jan Koryszko 178

Acleris hyemana (Haw.) (Lep.: Tortricidae): the first confirmed record in Buckinghamshire (VC 24). L. J. Hill 178-179

Non-coastal Tetramorium caespitum (L.) in Scotland. Jonathan Hughes 179-180

The generic names of the British Hydradephaga (Coleoptera) explained. A. A. Allen 180

Yponomeuta rorrella (Hb.) (Lep.: Yponomeutidae) and Syncopacma larseniella (Gozmany) (Lep.: Gelechiidae) recorded new to Monmouthshire. Martin White 186

Some interesting moths recently confirmed for or new to the Devon fauna. Roy McCormick 192-193

Otiorhynchus porcatus (Herbst) (Col.: Curculionidae) in Northamptonshire. R. Colin Welch 193-194

A record of Strangalia aurulenta Fabricius (Col.: Cerambycidae) from Co. Kerry. Michael O’Sullivan 194-195

Danish lepidopterist receives honorary doctorate from Russia. John Bradley195

Clouded Buff Diacrisia sannio (L.) (Arctiidae), Acrolepiopsis assectella (Zell.) (Yponomeutidae) and Adela rufimitrella (Incurvariidae) three moths (Lepidoptera) new to Middlesex. Rachel Terry 195

Subscriber Notices:

Possible collecting of the Fiery Clearwing Pyropteron chrysidiformis (Esper). Mark Parsons, Brian Banks and David Sheppard 158

Book Reviews:

Living with urban wildlife by John Bryant 196

Catàleg de Biodiversitat del Parc Natural de S’Albufera de Mallorca edited by Nick Riddiford 196

European Fauna of Oedemeridae by X. A. V.zquez 197

Atlas fotográfico de los escarabeidos florícolas íbero-baleares by Estefan.a Mic. and Eduardo Galante 197

Noctuidae Europaeae, Volume 5, Hadeninae by L.szl. Ronkay, Jos. Luis Yela and M.rton Hreblay 189-199

The Geometrid Moths of Europe. Volume 4: Larentiidae II by Vladimir Mironov199-200