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contents - volume 135 (part 5)

Published 25th September 2023

Peer-reviewed Papers:

Coleophora coronillae Zeller, 1849 (Coleophoridae), new to the British Isles. Raymond A. Watson 185-189

Blastobasis glandulella (Riley, 1871) (Blastobasidae) new to the British Isles. Peter J. Hodge 193-196

Observations on the larva, pupa and cocoon of Zelleria hepariella Stainton, 1849 (Lep.: Yponomeutidae). S. D. Beavan and R. J. Heckford

Observation on the stages of Scythris inspersella (Hübner, 1817) (Lep.: Scythrididae). Rob Edmunds 211-214

Clepsis peritana (Clemens, 1860) (Lep.: Tortricidae) new to the British Isles. David W. Emley and Karl Stockton 218-220

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Dichelia histrionana (Frölich, 1828) (Tortricidae) update. Peter Hall 189

First record of the Fig-leaf Skeletonizer Choreutis nemorana Hübner, 1799 (Choreutidae) from East Sussex. Keith A. Palmer 190-191

Discovery of a female Limnephilus pati o’Connor (Trich.: Limnephilidae) in Scotland. Robin D. Sutton, Ian D. Wallace and James P. O’Connor

Celypha lacunana ([D.& S.], 1775) (Tortricidae): A confusion species for Phycitodes maritima (Tengström, 1848) (Pyralidae). Rob Edmunds 197-198.

Glyphodes caesalis (Walker, 1859) Crambidae and Paysandisia archon (Burmeister, 1880) Castniidae: Two unexpectedly adventive moths in the London area. Colin W. Plant 215-217

Olive Olea europaea – a surprising new larval foodplant for the Coronet moth Craniophora ligustri (D.& S., 1975) (Lep.: Noctuidae). Barry P. Warrington 221

Book Reviews:

Animals under logs and stones 222

Hymenoptera. The Natural History & Diversity of Wasps, Bees & Ants 223

What a bee knows. Exploring the thoughts, memories and personalities of bees 223

The lives of beetles. A natural history of Coleoptera 224

Ants. A visual guide 224