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contents - volume 119 (part 1)

Published 25th January 2007

Peer-reviewed Papers:

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The immigration of Lepidoptera to the British Isles in 2003. Sean Clancy and Bernard Skinner 1-41


Hazards of butterfly collecting. It seemed a good idea at the time: London 2001 Torben B.Larsen 42-43

Acleris logiana (Cl.) (Lep.: Tortricidae) on Guernsey. P. D. M. Costen 44

Caterpillars drinking ‘sugar’. Roy Leverton 44

Third British record of Uloma culinaris (L.) (Col.: Tenebrionidae) from southern Hertfordshire. D. Murray 44-45

Acleris lipsiana (D.&S.) (Tortricidae) and Eudonia lineola (Curtis) (Pyralidae) new to the Shetland Isles. Jon Clifton 45

Stauropoctonus bombycivorus (Gravenhorst) (Hym.: Ichneumonidae) new to the Isle of Wight. Sam Knill-Jones 45-46

Perils of veracular. A. A. Allen 46

Avian predation of Sand Dart agrotis ripae Hb. (Lep.: Noctuidae). Roy Leverton 46

Subscriber notice:

Atlantoraphidia maculicollis required. Prof. Dr Horst Aspöck 47

Book Review:

Moths of Europe, Volume 1: Saturnids, Lasiocampids, Hawkmoths and Tiger Moths by Patrice Leraut 47-48