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contents - volume 116 (part 3)

Published 25th May 2004

Peer-reviewed Papers:

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Resident and regular migrant butterflies on the Isles of Scilly. Ian C. Beavis 97-102

The utilisation of six metre countryside stewardship scheme grass margins by the Gatekeeper Pyronia tithonus (L.) (Lep.: Nymphalidae). R.G. Field and C. F. Mason 107-112

The larval habits of snakeflies (Raphidioptera: Raphidiidae). K.N.A. Alexander 113-114


Northern Arches Apamea zeta assimilis (Doubleday, 1847) (Lep.: Noctuidae) discovered in Dumfriesshire. Richard and Barbara Mearns 103

Search for larvae of Buttoned Snout Hypena rostralis (L.) (Lep.: Noctuidae) in Suffolk, 2003. Tony Prichard 103-105

Recent additions of Moths to the Isle of Wight. Sam Knill-Jones 105-106

Pandemis heparana (D. & S.) (Lep.: Tortricidae) feeding on Hop Humulus lupulus. Paul Waring 106

Some moths in north Pembrokeshire, Wales, during 2003. Tony Lewis 115-117

Ectoedemia amani Svensson (Lep.: Nepticulidae) second British site. Barry Dickerson 118

New Lepidoptera records from a Bedfordshire site including Ectoedemia sericopeza (Zeller) (Lep.: Nepticulidae) and Coleophora lassella Staudinger (Lep.:Coleophoridae). David Manning and Ian Woiwood 119

Magpie Moth Abraxas grossulariata (L.) (Lep.: Geometridae) in North-east Scotland. Roy Leverton 119-121

Some further examples of late broods of Lepidoptera. Sam Knill-Jones 121

Entomologists - born or made? Paul Waring 122-124

Psectra diptera (Burmeister) (Neur.: Hemerobiidae) in Gloucestershire. Keith N.A.Alexander 124

The Burren - a brief summary of its butterflies in 2003. Michael O’Sullivan 124-127

Hazards of butterfly collecting - Good for a rainy day - Sa Pa, Vietnam, September 2003. Torben B. Larsen 128-129

Grass Eggar Lasiocampa trifolii (D. & S.) (Lep.: Lasiocampidae) intersex female. Roy Leverton 130

Migrant moths recorded on the Isle of Wight during February 2004. Sam Knill-Jones 130-131

Searches for the Bordered Gothic Heliophobus reticulata around Peterborough, 2001-2003. Paul Waring 131-133

Records of Ceutorhynchus syrites Germar (Col.: Curculionidae): a suggestion and a plea for information. M.G. Morris 133

The Pale Pinion: Lithophane hepatica Clerk (Lep.: Noctuidae) in Norfolk. Philip J.L.Gould 133-134

News on the conservation of some UK Biodiversity Action Plan moths in 2003. Paul Waring 134-137

Bright Wave Idaea ochrata (Scop.) (Lep.: Geometridae) captive-reared for five generations solely on Hare's-foot Clover Trifolium arvense L. and Common Chickweed Stellaria media, with minimal intervention. Roy Leverton 138-139

Rivulet Perizoma affinitata (Stephens) (Lep.: Geometridae) flying by day. Roy Leverton 139-140

Subscriber Notice:

Wanted: specimens of British Tortricidae for DNA analysis 140-141

Book Reviews:

Die Schmetterlinge Baden-Württembergs. Band 9, Nachtfalter (moths) VII edited by Günter Ebert 141-142

Tortricidae of Europe. Volume 1: Tortricinae and Chlidanotinae; Volume 2:Olethreutinae by Józef Razowski 142-143

Noctuidae Europaeae, Volume 10, Catocalinae and Plusiinae by Barry Goater, László Ronkay, & Michael Fibiger 143-144

The moths of Essex by Brian Goodey 144