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contents - volume 134 (part 1)

Published 25th January 2022

Peer-reviewed Papers:

Fifth update to A Checklist of the Lepidoptera of the British Isles, 2013 on account of subsequently published data. David J. L. Agassiz, S. D. Beavan & R. J. Heckford 1-5

Isophrictis anthemidella (Wocke, 1871) (Lep.: Gelechiidae), new for Great Britain. Mark J. Sterling, Klaus Sattler and David C. Lees 7-15

Homoeosoma nimbella (Duponchel, 1837) (Lep.: Pyralidae) breeding in Dorset (VC9), with comments on the distribution at the site. Jack W. Oughton 18-20

The status of Caloptilia honoratella (Rebel, 1914) and C. hemidactylella ([Denis& Schiffermüller], 1774) in Britain with a note on two similar additional Acer-feeding Caloptilia that might appear in Britain (Lep.: Gracillariidae). Colin W. Plant 21-39

An example of the species diversity and abundance of butterflies of the forest edge in the vicinity of Jagodina (Serbia).Boban Stankovic 46-51

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Barea asbolaea (Meyrick, 1833) (Lep.: Oecophoridae) discovered in Sussex. Michael Whiteside 6

Epinotia granitana (Herricch-Schäffer, 1851) (Lep.: Tortricidae): Third record for the British Isles. Andy King. 16-17

Caloptilia fidella (Reutti, 1853) (Lep.: Gracillariidae): Further studies in East Suffolk. Raymond A. Watson and Helen McClennon-Warnock 40-42

Migration of the African Monarch Butterfly Danaus chrysippis (L.) (Lep.: Danainae. Nymphalidae) on the coast of the Gambia, West Africa, in 1984. John F. Burton 42-43

Larvae mining Spindle berries – a cautionary tale. Rob Edmunds 44-45

Book Reviews

Pterophoridae Fauna of Balkan Peninsula (Lepidoptera): Distribution, Biology, Identification by Imre Fazekas 5

Why nature conservation isn’t working by Adrian Spalding 52