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contents - volume 128 (part6)

Published 25th September 2016

Peer-reviewed Papers:

Vitula edmundsii (Packard, [1865]) (Lep.: Pyralidae): discovery of the first breeding population in the British Isles. T. J. Tams 269-274

Microlepidoptera Review of 2015. J. R. Langmaid and M. R. Young 279-307

On the early stages of Prays peregrina Agassiz, 2007 (Lep.: Praydidae). Colin W. Plant 311-317

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An unknown species of pyralid moth from Northamptonshire. David Manning 274-275

Musotima nitidalis (Walker, [1866]) (Lep.: Crambidae): New for Hertfordshire, VC21, from two sites. Graeme J. Smith 276-277

Sharp-angled Peacock Macaria alternata ((D.& S.) (Lep.: Geometridae) – a new macromoth for Herfordshire. Liz Goodyear and Helen Bantock 277-278

Macro-moths flying unusually late in Yorkshire in 2015. Charles Fletcher 307-309

Large Thorn Ennomos autumnaria (Werneb.) probably resident at Tydd St Mary, Lincolnshire. Paul Waring 309-310

An unexpected contortion of a Satellite Eupsilia transversa (Hufn.) (Lep.: Noctuidae). Ben Sale318

White-spotted Pinion Cosmia diffinis (L.) in Lincolnshire. Paul Waring 319-320

Corrigenda 324

Book Reviews

Call of nature: The secret life of dung 320-321

Moth 321-322

Soldierflies, their allies and Conopidae 322-323