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contents - volume 121 (part 1)

Published 25th January 2009

Peer-reviewed Papers:

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Microlepidoptera Review of 2007. J. R. Langmaid and M. R. Young 13-32

Anthene georgiadisi sp. nov. (Lep.: Lycaenidae) – a new butterfly from Liberia. Torben B. Larsen 47-51


Editorial 1

Reappearance of Celypha rosaceana (Schläger) (Lep.: Tortricidae) as a Scottish species after over 100 years. Keith P. Bland 2

Moths new to the Isle of Wight in 2008. Sam Knill-Jones 3

Westward spread of the Toadflax Brocade Calophasia lunula (Hufn.) (Lep.: Noctuidae). A. M. George 3-4

Lights out for Glow-worms Lampyris noctiluca (Col.: Lampyridae). Tim Gardiner 4-5

Juniper Shieldbug Elasmostethus tristriatus (Fabr.) (Het.: Acanthosomatidae) in northeast Scotland. Roy Leverton 5-6

Moths excreting meconium after flight. Roy Leverton 6

Larvae of the Argent & Sable Rheumaptera hastata (L.) (Lep.: Geometridae) discovered in Northern Ireland apparently for the first time, with notes on pupation. Paul Waring, David Allen and Clive Mellon 7-9

Does Coleophora alnifoliae Barasch (Lep.: Coleophoridae) feed on birch (Betula sp.)? Colin W. Plant 10

Comment on the Conservation (Natural Habitats) (Amendment) Regulations 2007. A. Nonni-Muss 11

An unusual aberration of Mellicta sp. probably parthenoides (Keferstein) (Lep.: Nymphalidae) in SW France. Catherine Wellings and Graham Wenman 11-12

Monochroa suffusella (Douglas) and M. palustrella (Douglas) Lep.: Gelechiidae in West Norfolk. J. R. Wheeler 38-39

Some noteworthy moths from Chorleywood, Buckinghamshire, 2005-2008. Richard Ellis 39-42

Coleophora follicularis (Vallot) (Lep.: Coleophoridae): Elecampane Inula helenium (L.) confirmed as a larval foodplant. M. H. Smith 42-43

Emmelina argoteles (Meyrick) (Lep.: Pterophoridae) recorded in Greece – new country, new habitat and new season. Colin W. Plant and Stoyan Beshkov 44-45

A comment on the recent changes in legislation relating to insect collections. Mike Bryan 45-46

Orthoptera (and allied insects) online: www.orthoptera.org.uk. Peter Sutton, James Bacon, Björn Beckmann and Helen Roy 46


Eric William Classey 33-36

Brian Kenneth West 36-37