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contents - volume 129 (part 3)

Published 25th May 2017

Peer-reviewed Papers:

Anarsia lineatella Zeller, 1839 and Anarsia innoxiella Gregersen & Karsholt, 2017 (Lep.: Gelechiidae) in the British Isles. Stephen Palmer 117-124

Gelechia hippophaella (Schrank, 1802) (Lep.: Gelechiidae): consideration of the larval period and possible affiliation to native plants of Hippophae rhamnoides L. in England. S. D. Beavan, R. J. Heckford and S. M. Palmer 127-139

The Caddisfly Trichostegia minor (Curtis, 1834) (Trichoptera: Phryganeidae) confirmed as an Irish species. James P. O’Connor and Cathal McNaughton 147-150

Dotted carpet Alcis jubata (Thunberg, 1788) (Lep.: Geometridae): its captive rearing from egg to adult moth. Nigel G. J. Richards 151-155

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Argyresthia glabratella (Zeller, 1847) (Lep.: Argyresthiidae) new to Ireland. Jon Clifton 125

An unusal Caloptilia semifascia (Haw.) (Lep.: Gracillariidae). Paul Kitchener 126

A second British example of Cydia indivisa Danilevsky, 1963 (Lep.: Tortricidae). A. G. J. Butcher and P. J. Jewess 140-141

Putative database of forms and aberrations of the Heart and Dart moth Agrotis exclamationis (Linnaeus, 1758). Dafydd Lewis 141

Palpita vitrealis (Rossi) (Lep.: Crambidae) new for North-east Scotland. Roy Leverton 142-143

2017 Uyttenboogaart-Eliasen prize. The Editorial Team 143

New species of leaf-mining moths and bagworms in East Yorkshire: recent colonists or overlooked residents? Andy D. Nunn156-159

Notes from a red hole in south-east England. Chris Tyler-Smith and Yali Xue 159-161


Walter Gerald Tremewan. 144-146

Book Reviews

Field Guide to the moths of Great Britain and Ireland. Third edition 162-163

Ponds and Small Lakes and Solitary Bees 162-163.