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contents - volume 127 (part 4)

Published 25th July 2015

Peer-reviewed Papers:

Recent additions to the moth fauna of Hertfordshire. Colin W. Plant 137-149

A contribution to the microlepidopteran fauna of Cyprus. Ian Barton 157-167

New lepidopteran associations of the mite Cheletomorpha lepidopterorum (Shaw) (Acari: Prostigmata: Cheyletidae). Anne S. Baker and Roy Leverton 168-175

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Acrolepia autumnitella Curtis (Lep.: Glyphipterigidae): New to Northumberland. T. J. Tams 149

Further occurrrences of Clepsis dumicolana (Zeller, 1847) (Lep.: Tortricidae) in Middlesex. Andrew Culshaw and Rachel Terry 150

Viper’s-bugloss Echium vulgare and the Narrow-bordered Five-spot Burnet moth Zygaena lonicerae (Scheven). Kevin Royles 151-155

Coleophora pennella ([Denis & Schiffermüller], 1775) (Lep.: Coleophoridae): larvae feeding on Hound’s-tongue Cynoglossum officinale L. in England. Miss S. D. Beavan and R. J. Heckford 155

Sialis lutaria L. (Megaloptera: Sialidae) larvae recorded in a pitfall trap. Kevin Royles 176

The Four-spotted Moth Tyta luctuosa (D. & S.) (Noctuidae) and the Grizzled Skipper Pyrgus malvae (L.) (Hesperiidae) at Werrington Brook Drain, Peterborough, in 2014. Paul Waring 176-179


RHH Bloomer Medal. Editor 156


Torben Bjørn Larsen 180-182

Book Review

The smaller moths of Shropshire. Their status, distribution and ecology 183-184