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contents - volume 127 (part 5)

Published 25th September 2015

Peer-reviewed Papers:

Deplanqueia inscriptella (Duponchel, 1836) a sister species of D. dilutella (Denis& Schiffermüller, 1775) (Lepidoptera: Pyralidae) resident in Britain. David Agassiz 185-189

Vitula edmandsii (Packard, [1865]) (Lep.: Pyralidae): in County Durham. T. J. Tams 190-192

Eight new and some rare for Serbia nocturnal Lepidoptera species collected at light.
Stoyan Beshkov 212-227

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Garden Tiger Arctia caja (L.) (Lep.: Arctiidae), a distinctive aberration caught in Shropshire. Graham Wenman 193-194

The Elephant and the Wasp! Dug Heath. 194

Riband Wave Idaea aversata (L.) (Lep.: Geometridae) banded form frequency in Scotland. Roy Leverton 195-197

Strange Copulation: Meadow Brown and Red Admiral. Harry E. Clarke 197-198

Bristly Ox-tongue. Martin R. Honey 198-199

The larva of Light Brown Apple Moth Epiphyas postvittana (Walk.) (Lep.: Tortricidae) feeding on Broad Bean Vicia faba. Barry Dickerson 199

Cydia leguminana (Lienig & Zeller, 1846) (Lep.: Tortricidae) - first British record since 1976. D. V. Manning 200

Mercury vapour light bulbs – past, present and future. J. C. A. Craik 201-203

Possible trivoltinism in Ectoedemia septembrella (Stainton) (Lep.: Nepticulidae). Rob Edmunds 203-204

Nothochrysa fulviceps (Stephens) (Neur.: Chrysopidae). An unexpected flurry of records in 2015. Colin W. Plant 205-206

A response to some criticisms of the ‘Selection Theory’ of industrial melanism. J. C. Weir 206-211

The moths of Fox Covert, Werrington, Peterborough. Paul Waring 228-231

Book Review

Moths of Europe. Vol. 4: Pyralids 2 231-233

The Moths and Butterflies of Great Britain and Ireland Volume 5 (parts I and II) 234-236