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contents - volume 120 (part 4)

Published 25th July 2008

Peer-reviewed Papers:

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Scolioneura vicina (Konow, 1894) (Hym.: Tenthredinidae): first records for mainland Britain. Rob Edmunds

Insect records from an electric insect killer in a tea servery at Sheringham Park, Norfolk. Keith N. A. Alexander


5th European Moth nights: 24 to 28 July 2008 132

Was the spring of 2008 really the worst ever for moth numbers? Colin W. Plant 133-138

Alzheimer’s Rustic? Anon

Ectoedemia heringella (Mariani) (Lep.: Nepticulidae) in Berkshire and East Suffolk. Ian Sims

Further records of Ectoedemia heringella (Mariani) (Lep.: Nepticulidae). Keith Palmer

Orthosia gothica L. (Lep.: Noctuidae): variation in Kent and the Highlands of Scotland. B. K. West

Heart Moth Dicycla oo (L.) (Lep.: Noctuidae) re-found in Middlesex. Simon Buckingham

The Triangle Heterogenea asella (D.&S.) (Lep.: Limacododae) in Devon. Philip J. L. Gould

Yellow-tail Euproctis similis (Fuessl.) (Lep.: Lymantriidae) larvae feeding on Japanese Knotweed. R. J. Heckford

Was the biology of Elachista tengstromi Kaila et al., 2001 (Lrp.: Elachistidae) discovered nearly 150 years before the species was described? R. J. Heckford 143-145

Eilema caniola (Hb.) (Lep.: Arctiidae) (Hoary Footman) in Kent. Keith Palmer 145-146

Dystebenna stephensi (Stainton) (Lep.: Agonoxenidae) in Berkshire. Ian Sims146

Oak Processionary moth Thaumetopoea processionea (L.) (Lep.: Thaumetopoeidae) in west London. Martin Townsend 149-150

Hazards of butterfly collecting – A quick look at Pseudophilotes jordanicus – Jordan, June 2008. Torben B. Larsen 151-153

An unusual form of the Peppered Moth Biston betularia (L.) (Lep.: Geometridae). Michael E. N. Majerus and Roger Northfield 154-155

Amphipyra pyramidea (L.) Copper Underwing and A. berbera Rungs ssp. svenssoni Fletcher Svensson’s Copper Underwing (Lep.:Noctuidae): a request for material. Leslie J. Hill 155

Trichopteryx carpinata Borkh. (Lep.: Geometridae). Geographical variation, with reference to Kent, Westmorland and the Highlands of Scotland and descriptions of two hitherto undescribed aberrations. B. K. West 156-157

Possible second generation of Pandemis cinnamomeana (Treits.) (Lep.: Tortricidae). R. J. Heckford 157

Book Reviews 157-160

Subscriber Notice:

Under new ownership: the National Leaf-mining Lepidoptera Recording Scheme. Rob Edmunds 150