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contents - volume 133 (part 5)

Published 25th September 2021

Peer-reviewed Papers:

Caloptilia fidella (Reutti, 1853) ( Lep.: Gracillariidae) new to the British fauna resident in East Suffolk. Raymond A. Watson, Allan C. Eaton & Helen E. McClennon-Warnock 217-224

Impact of railway works on the Four-spotted Moth Tyta luctuosa (D. & S.) and other day-flying Lepidoptera at Werrington Brook Drain, Peterborough in 2020. Paul Waring 225-234

A contribution to the knowledge of the Macro-moths of Cothill Fen, Oxfordshire. Paul Waring 242-249

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Unusual form of Lesser Common Rustic Mesapamea didyma (Esper, 1788) (Lep.: Noctuidae). Nigel G. J. Richards & Roy Leverton 235-237

An August record of an adult Orthosia gothica (L.) (Noctuidae) – the Hebrew Character. Colin W. Plant 237-238

A compact and economical method for eclosing large numbers of moths individually in captivity. James C. Weir 238-239

Dewick’s Plusia Macdunnoughia confusa (Steph.) and Kent Black Arches Meganola albula (D. & S.) (Noctuidae) resident and breeding in the London area (Middlesex). Colin W. Plant 240

An example of Aglais urticae (L.) ab. conjuncta Neuberg, 1905 (Lep.: Nymphalidae) in Scotland. Craig Austick 241

The occurrence of Triaxomasia caprimulgella (Stainton, 1851) (Lep.: Tineidae) to the LUN Pheromone Lure. Finley N. Hutchinson 250-253


Relaunch of Lacewing Recording Scheme. Colin W. Plant 253

Book Reviews:

British Moths. A Gateway Guide. A field guide to the common moths of Britain and Ireland 254-255

Britain’s Insects: A field guide to the insects of Great Britain and Ireland 255-256