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contents - volume 134 (part 2)

Published 25th January 2022

Peer-reviewed Papers:

Batrachedra confusella Berggren, Aarvik, Huemer, Lee & Mutanen, 2022 (Lep.: Batrachedridae) in Britain. Peter Hall & Colin W. Plant 53-57

Anania coronata (Hufnagel, 1767) and Anania hortulata (Linnaeus, 1758) (Lep.: Crambidae): larvae of both feeding on Hedge Bindweed Calystegia sepium (L.) R. Br. in Devon, England, an overlooked foodplant of the former and a rarely recorded one of the latter in the British Isles and consideration of the voltinism of A. coronata. R. J. Heckford 59-67

Recording invertebrates – the importance of accuracy. Martin Albertini, Jon Cole, Les Evans-Hill, Keith Lugg, Ian Masters, Ian Sims and Adrian Spalding 69-80

On the occurrence of Oecophora bractella (Linnaeus, 1758) (Lep.: Oecophoridae) in the Norfolk Broads, England. M. A. Court, S. D. Beavan and R. J. Heckford 98-103

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Leucoptera spartifoliella (Hübner, [1813]0 (Lep.: Lyonetiidae) egg cases visible at start of larval mines. Nigel G. J. Richards 58

A record of Xystophora pulveratella (Herrich-Schäffer, 1854) (Lep.: Gelechiidae) in Northumberland – the first in England for 109 years. Ian Fisher 67-68

The first record of Fetcher’s or Pauper Pug Eupithecia egenaria (Herrich-Schäffer, 1848) (Lep.: Geometridae) in Scotland. Steve J. Petty 80-81

Athrips rancidella (Herrich-Schäffer, 1854) (Lep.: Gelechiidae) new to Northamptonshire (VC32) and a significant distance from previously known distribution. Mark Hammond 82-84

Larval colour and marking polymorphism in the Eyed and Poplar Hawk-moths Smerinthus ocellata (L.) and Laothoe populi (L.) (Lep.: Sphingidae): Some observations on crypsis. Mark Noble 85-88

DNA bar-coding reveals unusual female form of Epischidia fulvostrigella (Eversmann, 1844) (Lepidoptera: Pyralidae) in Spain. John Girdley, Manuel Garre, R. M. Rubio, J. J. Guerrero and A. S. Ortiz 88-90

The occurrence of species of Oligia (Heinicke, 1959) and Mesapamea (Hübner, [1921]) (Lep.: Noctuidae) in the west of Scotland. Steve J. Petty 91

A comparison of macromoth catches by Robinson and Moonlander light-traps. Chris Tyler-Smith and Yali Xue 92-97


John Langmaid 104