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contents - volume 134 (part 3)

Published 25th May 2022

Peer-reviewed Papers:

British Blastobasis maroccanella Amsel, 1952 are B. vittata (Wollaston, 1858). Richard Dickson, John R. Langmaid and Ian Thirlwell 116-120

Observations on the reliability of external characteristics to distinguish adults of the British Copper Underwing species Amphipyra pyramidea (L.) and A. berbera Rungs (Lep.: Noctuidae). L. J. Evans-Hill 123-136

Larval ecology of the Forester Adscita statices (L., 1758) (Lep.: Zygaenidae) at a site in Glamorgan, South Wales. G. M. Tordoff 137-142

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Western Gorse Ulex gallii Planch: A previously unrecorded foodplant of Phyllonorycter ulicicolella (Stainton) (Gracillariidae). B. P. Henwood 115

Moth dispersal as observed at light traps. Paul Waring and Dee Shore 120-122

Further additions to the Lepidoptera recorded in Huntingdonshire, vice-county 31, with notes on some other unusual species recorded during 2021. Barry Dickerson 143-147

Late-flying moths in Yorkshire in 2021. Charles Fletcher 148-149

Larvae of Flame Brocade Trigonophora flammea (Esper), White Point Mythimna albipuncta ([D.&S.]) and Dark Sword-grass Agrotis ipsilon (Hufn.) found in the wild in the UK (Lep.: Noctuidae). B. P. Henwood, P. H. Sterling and D. Foot 150-151

A further record of larval feeding by Anania coronata (Hufnagle, 1767) (Crambidae) on
Hedge Bindweed Calystegia sepium (L.). Ben Smart 152

A much belated record of Cydia interscindana (Möschler) from Kent (Lep.: Totricidae). Colin W. Plant 153

Recolonization of Werrington Brook Drain, Peterborough by the Four-spotted Moth Tyta
luctuosa (D.&S.) and other day-flying Lepidoptera in 2021. Paul Waring 153-155


John Rendle Langmaid 105-115


Appeal for Lacewing specimens from light traps. Colin W. Plant 156