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contents - volume 128 (part 3)

Published 25th March 2016

Peer-reviewed Papers:

Morphological difference between upperside and underside leaf-mining larvae of Phyllocnistis unipunctella (Stephens, 1834) (Lep.: Gracillariidae) and its changing phenology. Martin P. Jordan, John R. Langmaid and Camiel Doorenweerd 121-127

Searching and finding: prey and foodplants. R. J. D. Tilley 129-133

Mecyna balcanica sp.nov., a closely related species to Mecyna flavalis ([Denis & Schiffermüller]. 1775) and M. lutealis (Duponchel, 1833) (Pyraloidea, Crambidae, Spilomelinae). František Slamka & Colin W. Plant 137-145

Slate Flash Rapala manea schistacea (Moore, 1879) (Lep.: Lycaenidae): the confused identity of a supposed adventive species in Britain. R. J. Heckford and S. D. Beavan 156-166

A new species of metallic-green Coleophora (Hübner, 1822) (Lepidoptera: Coleophoridae) from Cyprus. Ian Barton 167-171

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The larva of Bloxworth Snout Hypena obsitalis (Hübner, [1813]) (Lep.: Erebidae) in late November 2011 – a late and belated record. Miss S. D. Beavan and R. J. Heckford 128

Prays peregrina Agassiz – the enigmatic adventive (Lep.: Praydidae). David Agassiz and Roger Kiddie 134-136

Some interesting Microlepidoptera records from Cambridgeshire VC29. Ian Barton 146-149

The twelve days of christmas: a personal account of the extraordinary immigration of moths in December 2015. Alec S. Harmer 149-151

Spilostethus pandurus (Scopoli, 1763) (Hem.: Lygaeidae) recorded for the first time in the wild on Britain. Jovita F. Kaunang152-153

Atlas Approaches. Zoë Randle 153-155

Book Reviews

The geometrid moths of Europe, volume 5: Ennominae I 171-172

The bees in your backyard: A guide to North America’s bees 172