home | journal | contents | abstracts | subscribe | submit | links | photos | advertising | sponsor | editors | books
contents - volume 123 (part 3)

Published 27th May 2011

Peer-reviewed Papers:

Click on each paper to view the abstracts:

A review of Acleris umbrana (Hb.) (Lep.: Tortricidae) in Great Britain since 1900. R. J. Heckford 111-127

New species of Megalodontesidae (Hym., Symphyta, Pamphilioidea) from North Africa and the Middle East. Neil D. Springate, Daniel H. Burckhardt and Lawrie S. Springate 131-144

Rediscovering Muschampia Tessellum ([Hübner, [1803]) (Lep.: Hesperiidae) in Bulgaria with additional notes on M. Cribrellum (Eversmann, 1814) from the eastern Balkan (Stara Planina) mountains. Kurt Hoejgaard & Stoyan Beshkov 147-150


Stathmopoda pedella (L.) (Lep.: Stathmopodidae): new to East Gloucestershire (VC 33). Benedict John Pollard 105-106

Phtheochroa schreibersiana (Frölich) (Lep.: Tortricidae) re-found in Britain in Buckinghamshire. Peter R. Hall 107-110

Clay Triple-lines Cyclophora linearia (Hb.) (Lep.: Geometridae) in Ireland. Mark Jeffares 110

Helicoconis hirtinervis Tjeder, 1960 (Neur.: Coniopterygidae) confirmed as a British species from Scotland. David Pryce 145

Splendid Brocade Lacanobia splendens (Hb.) (Lep.: Noctuidae) on Shetland: The first for Scotland. Paul Harvey 146

Brown-Tail Moth Euproctis Chrysorrhoea (L.) outbreak in South-East England. ColinW. Plant 146

A plea for research into the life history of Prays spp. (Lep.: Yponomeutidae). David J. L. Agassiz 150-151


Michael Fibiger 128-130

Book Reviews

Porritt’s Lists: missing information 152

British and Irish moths: an illustrated guide to selected difficult species: an important
correction 152

Call for Contributions

Brownfield Moth Special – Second call for contributions 152