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contents - volume 124 (part 2)

Published 27thMarch 2012

Peer-reviewed Papers:

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Brownfield sites and invertebrate biodiversity in the post-industrial environment of London. Genevieve Mun-Ee-Leong 49-58

Bucculatrix chrysanthemella Rebel, 1896 (Lep.: Bucculatricidae) new to Britain. Rachel Terry 59-63

Pseudococcyx tessulatana (Staudinger, 1871) (Lep.: Tortricidae, Olethreutinae) in Britain. Harry E. Beaumont 64-66

The importance of brownfield sites for moths: moths of Nosterfield Local Nature Reserve in North Yorkshire. Jill Warwick 77-88

Brownfield sites and moth diversity in the Tees Estuary. Robert Woods 89-100


Dicyphus escalerae Lindberg (Hem., Miridae) in Oxford. Rob Ryan 58

Moths on West Lothian ‘bings’. Mark Cubitt 66

Wastelands as steppes: the presence of Cucullia fraudatrix Eversmann 1837 (Lep.: Noctuidae) in Berlin. Matthew Gandy 66-68

Brownfield mothing long ago. Roy Leverton 69-74

Unusual moths in Warwickshire 2011. David C. G. Brown 101

Mompha bradleyi Riedl (Lep.: Momphidae) in West Norfolk. Dick Jones101

Bohemannia auriciliella (Joannis, 1908) (Lep.: Nepticulidae) – New to Buckinghamshire. Peter Hal101-102

Eucosma campoliliana (D.& S.) (Lep.: Tortricidae): new to the Shetland Isles. Jon Clifton102

Agonopterix subpropinquella (Stainton) (Lep.: Oecophoridae) reared from Saw-wort Serratula tinctoria. R. J. Heckford102

A very early record of Brindled Pug Eupithecia abbreviata (Steph.) (Lep.: Geometridae). Duncan W. W. Davidson104


Annual reviews of immigrant Lepidoptera 74-76

Book Reviews

Bird-dropping Tortrix Moths of the British Isles. A Field Guide to the Bird-dropping Mimics 103-104