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contents - volume 120 (part 5)

Published 25th September 2008

Peer-reviewed Papers:

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Raspberry Clearwing moth Pennisetia hylaeiformis (Laspeyres, 1801) (Lep.: Sesiidae) in South Cambridgeshire and North Hertfordshire. J. Reid

Pherbellia (Oxytaenia) stackelbergi Elberg, 1965 (Dip.: Sciomyzidae) new to the British Isles, with comments on generic and sub-generic placement. J. Saunton, C.D. Williams, R.J. McDonnell, C. Maher, L. Knutson and M.J. Gormally

On a new species of Eurhadinoceraea from Kyrgystan and the distribution of E. athalioides (Jakovlev, 1891) in Europe (Hym.:Tenthredinidae, Blennocampinae). Andrew D. Liston 193-198

Notes on the genus Palpita Hübner (Lep., Pyralidae, Pyraustinae) from Fiji, with descriptions of two new species. John Clayton


The Conservation (Natural Habitats etc) (Amendment) Regulations, 2007 162-164

First Cheshire (VC 58) records of Small Ranunculus Hecatera dysodea (D.&S.) (Lep.: Noctuidae). Graham Jones 164

Cosmia trapezina L. (Lep.: Noctuidae) Comments on variation and the description of a new form from Ireland. B. K. West 170-171

Beautiful Snout Hypena crassalis (Fabr.) (Lep.: Noctuidae) in Essex. Joe Firmin 171

Gypsy moth Lymantria dispar (L.) (Lep.: Lymantriidae) female in Central London. Russell Miller 172

Daytime flight in Northern Rustic Standfussiana lucernea (L.) (Lep.: Noctuidae). Roy Leverton 177-178

Second record of the Scarce Hook-tip, Sabra harpagula Esp. (Lep.: Frepanidae), on The Channel Islands. Philip J. L. Gould 178

Hazards of butterfly collecting. A journey seamlessly resumed – Sierra Leone, April 2006. Torben B. Larsen179-181

Haphazards of Butterfly Recording – a tribute to the sumble Small White (Pieris rapae). Eddie John 181-183

Some notes on the territorial activity of Brown Hairstreak Thecla betulae (L.) (Lep.: Lycaenidae) in particular, its timing. Andrew Middleton and Liz Goodyear 183-186

Orthosia cerasi (Fabr.) (Lep.: Noctuidae): variation in Kent. B. K. West 187-188

More records of Aulagromyza luteoscutellata (de Meijere) (Dip.: Agromyzidae). Keith Palmer 188-189

Coeliades libeon (Druce, 1875) – A migratory butterfly used as human food (Lep.: Hesperiidae). Torben B. Larsen 189-191

Early records for Peripsocus milleri (Tillyard) (Psocoptera: Peripsocidae) – a correction. K.N.A. Alexander and R. (Bob) E. Saville 191

Cypress Carpet Thera cupressata (Geyer) (Lep.: Geometridae) in south-east Essex. Don Down 191-192

Nemapogon variatella (Clemens) (Lep.: Tineidae) in Oxfordshire. Ian Sims 192

Anthophila fabriciana (L.) (Lep.: Choreutidae) in November. Dennis Kallmer 192

Another unusual form of the Peppered Moth Biston betularia (L.) (Lep.: Geometridae). David C.G. Brown 198

Black V Moth Arctornis l-nigrum (Muller) (Lep.: Lymantriidae) pupa. Roy Leverton 203

Hypena obsitalis Hb. (Lep.: Noctuidae): an observation. Leslie J. Hill 204
Catocala fraxini L. (Lep.: Noctuidae): a third record for Lulworth, Dorset (VC9). Leslie J. Hill204

Editorial Announcement

The future of this Journal161

Eric Classey 205

Subscriber Notice:

Submitting results of European Moth Nights 2008 205

Book Reviews:

Catalogue of Palaearctic Coleoptera.
Volume 3: Scarabaeaoidea – Scitoidea – Dascilloidea – Buprestoidea – Byrrhoidea
Volume 4: Elateroidea – Derodontoidea – Bostrichoidea – Lymexyloidea – Cleropidea – Cucujoidea
Volume 5: Tenebrionoidea edited by I. Löbl & Smetana

Oxford Butterflies of India edited by Thomas Gay, Isaac David Kehimkar and Jagdish Punetha

Fascinating insects. Some aspects of insect life by Pierre Jolivet and Krishna K. Verma