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contents - volume 115 (part 5)

Published 25th September 2003

Peer-reviewed Papers:

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A collection of invertebrates assembled by the late Norman E. Hickin. K. McGee and P. F. Whitehead 201-211


Announcement: Planning a national macro-moth recording scheme 212

News on the conservation of some UK Biodiversity Action Plan moths in 2002. P. Waring 213-219

The Horse Chestnut Leaf Miner Cameraria ohridella Deschka & Dimic (Lep.: Gracillariidae) in North Oxford in 2003. C. Tyler-Smith 220

A partly successful attempt at rearing Dahlica inconspicuella (Stt.) (Lep.: Psychidae). I. Sims 221-222

Pyrausta aurata (Scop.) (Lep.: Pyralidae) in Staffordshire. J. Koryszko 222

The names of Engrailed moths (Geometridae). D. Agassiz 223

Vanessa cardui (L.) (Lep.: Nymphalidae) reared from Borago officinalis. K. Alexander 223

  Acrolepiopsis marcidella (Curtis) (Lep.: Yponomeutidae) and other microlepidoptera on Guernsey and Sark. P. D. M. Costen 224-225

Argyresthia trifasciata Staudinger (Lep.: Yponomeutidae) - new for Wales. M. J. White 225-226

Mompha langiella (Hb.) (Lep.: Momphidae) - the first records for North Hampshire, VC12. R. Edmunds and I. Kimber 226

A population of Dahlica triquetrella (Hb.) (Lep.: Psychidae) persisting in the Reading area. I. Sims 227

Acleris logiana (Clerk) (Lep.: Tortricidae) - the first North Hampshire, VC12, records. R. Edmunds and M. Wall 227-228

Early butterfly dates in the Scottish Highlands in 2003. D. C. Hulme 228-229

Chorosoma schillingi (Hem.: Rhopalidae), new to Middlesex? R. A. Jones 229

The generic names of the British longicorn Coleoptera explained. A. A. Allen 230

Little-known entomological literature - 10. The Morris's Naturalist. B.O.C. Gardiner 231-238

The Lepidoptera Collection of Scarborough Museum Ð background and some specimens of note. K. P. Bland 239-241

Arboreal substrate for an egg-laying Meadow Brown Maniola jurtina L. (Lep.: Nymphalidae). R. L. H. Dennis 241-242

Unusual abundance of flies (Diptera) at a moth trap on a cold winter's evening. C. W. Plant 242-243

Hazards of butterfly collecting. "What is in the pot?" - Ghana, 1993. Torben B. Larsen 243-246

Subscriber Notices:

New edition of the Directory for Entomologists 246

Book Reviews:

British Plant Galls. Identification of galls on plants and fungi by Margaret Redfern and Peter Shirley, illustrated by Michael Bloxham 264-247

Checklist of the fauna of Hungary. Volume 2: Microlepidoptera by Cs. Saboky, A. Kun and F. Buschmann 247

Provisional atlas of British spiders (Arachnida, Araneae) by P.R. Harvey, D.R. Nellist and M.G. Telfer 248

Provisional atlas of the Cantharoidae and Buprestoidea (Coleoptera) of Britain and Ireland by Keith N. Alexander 248

What good are bugs by Gilbert Waldbauer 248