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THE

ENTOMOLOGIST

^n ^(Unstrati'tr louriial

OF / 2-

GEiSTERAL ENTOMOLOGY.

EDITED BY EICHARD SOUTH, F.E.S.

WITH THE ASSISTANCE OF

ROBERT ADKIN, F.E.S. H. ROWLAND-BROWN, M.A., F.E.S. W. LUCAS DISTANT, F.E.S., &c. EDWARD .. FITCH, F.L.S., F.E.S.

F. W. FROHAWK, F.E.S., M.B.O.U. W. F. KIRBY, F.L.S., F.E.S. W. J. LUCAS, B.A., F.E.S. CLAUDE MORLEY, F.E.S., F.Z.S.

De. D. sharp, F.R.S., F.E.S., &c.

"By mutual confidence and mutual aid Great deeds are done and great discoveries made."

VOLUME THE FORTY-FOURTH.

LONDON:

WEST, NEWMAN & CO., 54, HATTON GARDEN. SIMPKIN, MARSHALL, HAMILTON, KENT & CO., Limited.

1911.

LIST OF CONTRIBUTORS.

Adams, Feedk. C, F.E.S., ^74

Adkin, B. W., F.E.S., 324

Adkin, Egbert, F.E.S., 67, 112. 186

Aldekson, Miss E. Maude, F.E.S., 126

Anderson, Joseph, 303, 364

Archer, G. D., 323, 326

Arkle, J., 69, 303

Baker, Herbert Wm., 325

Bauuann, R. T., 365, 366

Baynes, E. S. a., 2',)«), 406

Bayxes, Thomas, 34, 22;5

Bell, Sidney J., 159, 192,230, 376, 416

Bolton, Captain W. H. C, 323

BOWDITCH, C, 67

Boyd, A. W., F.E.S., 47, 406, 410 Briggs, Kev. Fred Julian, 114 Brockbank, Helena, 187 Bukr, Malcolm, D.Sc, M.A., F.E.S.,

&c., 199 Burt, L. F., 322

Butler, W. E., F.E.S., 226, 325, 411, 412 Buxton, P. A. & D. A. J., 407, 408 Cameron, P., 56, 63, 286 Campion, F. W. & H., 237 Campion, Herbert, 275 Capper, Charles, 184 Carter, J. S., 154, 321, 326 Chadwick, Lloyd, 322, 325, 327 Champion, H. G., 405 Chapman, T. A., M.D., F.E.S., &c., 80 Chittenden, Fred. J., 225 Claxton, The Eev. \V., 184, 320 Clutten, W. G., 363 Clutterbuck, C. Glanville, F.E.S., 69,

155, 228 Cockerell, Prof. T. D. A., 34, 100, 140,

176, 233, 327, 340 Cockayne, E. A., F.E.S., 253 Conquest, G. H., 157, 366 Coward, T. A., 406 Cuabtree, B. H., F.E.S., 319 Croft, E. O., M.D., F.E.S., 406 David, E. N., 226, 327 Day, Tlie Eev. A., 406 Delves, Wm., 326 Distant, W. L., F.E.S., 22, 104, 213,

269, 310 DoLTON, H. L., 301, 325, 405 DoNisTHORPE, Horace, F.Z.S., F.E.S.,

389 Edelsten, H. M., F.E.S., 364, 365, 405,

409, 410 Ellis, H. Willoughdy, F.Z.S., F.E.S.,

256

EssoN, L. G., 299

Everett, The Eev. E., 226, 363

Exeter, A. J., 410, 411

Earn, A. B., 363

Fitch, Edward A., F.E.S., 410

Fleet, H., 323, 326

Fletcher, T. Bainbrigge, E.N., F.E.S.,

281, 346 Fountaine, Miss Margaret E., F.E.S.,

14, 154, 404 Feohawk, F. W., M.B.O.U., F.E.S., 13,

35, 103, 155, 225, 226, 248, 322, 323,

377 G.AHAN, C. J., M.A., F.E.S., 121, 165,

214, 245, 259, 312, 348, 392 Gandy, W., 322 Garrett, H., 321 Gerrard, v., 252 Gibbs, a. E., F.E.S., 135 GiRAULT, A. A., 178, 197 GooDCHiLD, Walter, 323 Gunton, J. C, 324 Hammond, L.F., 273 Harrison, J., 413 Harwood, W. H., 320, 321, 324, 326,

362, 363, 364,410 Hebbut, E. G., 325 HiGGiNs, L. G., 406 Hodge, Harold, 409, 410, 412 Holmes-Tarn, Captain H., 225 Hudson, C, 300 Huggins, H.. 323 Jackson, F. W. J., 408 Jones, A. H., F.E.S., 34, 112, 301 Jones, Laurence, 113 Joy, E. C, F.E.S., 365 Jupp, Bertram E., 252, 273, 274,

326 Kaye, W. J., F.E.S., 142. 170 Kershaw, G. B., F.E.S., 324, 325, 367 KiDNER, A. E., 409 Laddiman, Eobt., 300 Leigh, Geo. F., F.E.S., 115 Leigh, S. H., F.E.S., 162 Lekay, H. G., 300 Littlewood, Frank, 75 Lowe, The Eev. F. E., M.A.,F.E.S.,367 Lucas, W. J., B.A., F.E.S., 48, 51, 96,

113, 157, 187, 192, 208, 225, 255, 257,

267, 279, 280, 299, 400 Lyle, G. T., 332, 365, 404 Lynn, Alfred Wm., 303 Mansbridge,Wm., F.E.S., 45, 7fi, 118,

191, 230, 375

IV

INDEX.

Mason, G. W., 409

Mathkw, Gervase F., F.Z.S., 67, 68,

3'27, 407 Meade-Waldo, Geoffrey, F.E.S., 326 Meldola, Professor R., D.Sc, F.R.S.,

F.E.S., &c., 146 Mellows, C, 275, 319, 321, 323, 365 Metcalfe, The Eev, John W., 300, 410,

411 Miyake, T., 90 MiLMAN, P. P., 252 Morgan, Ethel M., 300 Mokley, Claude, F.E.S., 34, 66, 108,

153, 161, 211, 224, 273, 299, 317 Morris, A. C, 40G

Morton, Kenneth J., F.E.S., 81, 134 MouLTON, J. C, F.E.S., 183 Muirhead, J. W., 320, 321, 364 Newman, L. W., F.E.S., 99, 113, 321,

322, 324 NicHOLL, Mrs. M. D. B., 290 NicuoLL, The Rev. D. S. W., 325 Nicholson, C, 184 NoBBs, G., 85, 225, 407 Nurse, Lt.-Colonel C. G., F.E.S., 94,

184, 219 Nurse, The Rev. E. J., 300, 302 Oldaker, F. a., M.A., F.E.S., 37 Perkins, V. R., F.E.S., 185 Pierce, F. N., F.E.S., 309 PoRRiTT, Geo. T., F.L.S., F.E.S., 227,

302 Prout, Louis B., F.E.S., 26, 59, 292 Raven, The Rev. G. E., 276 Reid, Percy C, 228, 365, 369 Reuss, T.. 4, 195 Richards, A., 367 Robertson, Geo. S., 300 Robertson, Major R. B., 319, 326 Robinson, Leslie H. Mosse, 40, 71 RoLLASON, W. A., F.K.S., 206 Rose, Arthur J., F.E.S., 324 Rothschild, The Hon. N. Charles,

M.A., F.L.S., F.E.S., 49, 403 Rowland-Bkown, H., M.A., F.E.S.,4, 5,

40, 69, 76, 184, 194, 223, 227, 305,

318, 329, 334, 365, 385 Ryland, Ralph, 252 St. Aubyn, J., 274 Sharp, D., M.A., F.R.S., &c., 185

Siiarpe, E., 322

Sheldon, W. G., F.E.S., 1, 357, 391,

399 Sich, Alfred, F.E.S., 318 Smith, B. Harold, 404, 406, 409, 410,

411, 412 Smith, Robt. S., 411 South, Richard, F.E.S., 1, 97, 119,

154, 160, 187, 192, 232, 252, 256, 276,

280, 300, 303, 304, 328, 376, 4C4, 405,

413 Speyer, E. R., F.E.S., 283 Spiller, a. J., 320, 323, 404 Stai.lman, F. H., 324, 364 Stenton, Rupert, F.E.S., 87 Stewart, A. M., 229, 243 Stiff, Alfred T., 155 Streeter, Ernest, 274 Strickland, E. H., 130, 179, 201, 249,

268 Studd, E. F., F.E.S., 319 Sweeting, H. R.. 45, 76, 118, 191, 230 Tarbat. The Rev. J. E., Ill, 112, 274,

407 Tatchell, Leonard, 325 Theobald, Fred W., M.A., F.E.S., &c.,

16, 351, 397 Thompson, J., 412 Thurnall, a., 228, 319 Todd, R. Geoffrey, 34 Turner, Hy. J., F.E.S., 44, 117, 158,

191, 230, 255, 304, 374 Walker, J., 325 ■Warburg, J. C, 183, 302 Waters, R. R., 274 Webb, Sydney, 120, 208, 308 Wheeler, The Rev. George,, M.A.,

F.E.S., 10, 116, 190, 241, 254, 264,

278, 372, 382, 416 Wuitehouse, Dr. Beckwith, 366, 367,

407 WniTTAKER, Oscar, 375 Whittle, F. G., 224, 368, 408 WiGAN, John T., 34 Wileman, a. E., F.E.S., 29, 55, 60, 109,

148, 174, 204, 263, 271, 295, 314,343,

362, 400 Williams, Harold B., 320 Woodbridge, Francis C, F.E.S., 300 Worsley Wood, H., 363

INDEX.

GENERAL.

Aberration of Acronycta rumicis and A.

alni, 97 ; of three Japanese Butter- flies, 55 Abnormal Emergence of Coremia desig-

nata, 67 Abnormal Union of Butterilies, 403 A Butterfly Hunt in some parts of Un- explored France, 305 (Charente), 334

(Basses-Pyrenees), 385 (Marshland of

Gironde) Acherontia atropos in Berks, 405 ; in

Bucks, 325 ; in Cornwall, 325, 405 ;

in Hants, 407 ; in Norfolk, 405 ; in

Sufl'olk, 325 Acronycta alni and Abraxas grossu-

lariata ab. lacticolor in Warwick, 322 ^geria andrenteformis in Viburnum

opulus, 252 Agrotis exclamationisin September, 321,

407, 408, 409 Amphidasys betularia ab. doubledayaria

in Essex, 67, 155 An Algerian Holiday, 135, 170 An Autumn Morning in the Alleghany

Mountains, 14 An interesting aberration of Eustroma

reticulata (SchilT.), 59 A New Aphid-infesting Aphelinus which

is not black, 178 A New Mosquito from Paraguay, 268 A New Species of Pimplinffi, 161 Apatura iris, etc., in Haslemere District,

273 A possible Hybrid of Agriades thetis,

male, and Polyommatus icarus, fe- male, 4 Arctia caia in October, 411 A llevised List of the British Ants, 389 Argynnis lathonia in Guernsey, 300 ; in

Kent, 324 A Second List of the Aphididae found in

Kent, 351, 397 Athalia Group of the Genus Melittea,

The, 10, 241, 264, 382 Autumnal Emergence of Polygonia

c-album var. liutchinsoni, 112 Bees from the Himalaya Mountains, 176 Biological Inquiry into the Nature of

Melanism in .Amphidasys betularia,

Linn., 162

Black Aberration of Dasychira pudi-

bunda, 319 Brachypterous Earwigs, 199 Breeding Trochilium apiformis, 228 Butterflies in a garden at Chichester,

364 ; in October, 364 By the Way, 223, 272, 297, 303, 316 Cap]3er Collection, The, 186 Captures at Light in Isle of Wight, 35 Caradrina exigua in Devonshire, 306 Carnivorous feeding of Platycleis brachy-

ptera, 275 Cateremna terebrella in East Devon,

300 Catocala nupta, ab., 412 Cerura furcula in August, 322 Cheshire and Lancashire Odonata, 102 Chcerocampa nerii at Eastbourne, 66 Choerocampa (Eumorpha) elpenor in

November, 411 Chrysopa flava (Neuroptera), 252 Chrysophanus dispar A Memory, 226 Chrysophanus phla;as, 364 ; in the City, 364; ab. alba in Bucks, 320; var. eleus at Colchester, 320 ; var. schmidtii in Lanes, 320 ; in Wales, 300 ; varie- ties, 304, 412 Clytus arcuatus in North-east London,

252 Coccidae affecting Eubber Trees, 327 Colias edusa in Cheshire, 409 ; in Corn- wall, 409 ; in Essex, 409; in Sussex, 300 Colias hyale in Bucks, 299, 322; in Cheshire, 410; in Cornwall, 324, 409, 410; in Essex, 322, 323, 324, 410 ; in Isle of Wight, 299 ; in Kent, 322, 323, 324, 410 ; in Norfolk, 323 ; in Oxford, 300 ; in Scilly, 324 ; in Suffolk, 323 : in Sussex, 3(J0 ; in Wales, 299 ; near Norwich, 299 Collecting at Kendal (Westmorland), 71 Continental Neuroptera, etc., taken by

Dr. Chapman in 1909 and 1910, 96 Conversazione of the Entomological

Society of London, 222 Corcyra (Melasobla^ites) cephalonica at

Colchester, 3()2 Corrections in names of three species of Phytophaga, 67

VI

INDEX.

Cyaniris argiolus, 274, 363 ; and L.

arion, 307 Dates of Emergence of Certain Butter- flies in 1911, 301 Description of Ova and Young Larva of

Chrysophanus amphidamus, 399 Descriptions of Three New Species of

Odynerinaj from Japan, 286 Dipterous Parasite bred from Imago of

Nyssia lapponaria, 253 Dragouliies bred in 1911, 412 Dragonflies of the New Forest, 267 Duration of the Larval Stage in some of

tlie SesiidtE, 94 Early Appearance of Erebia epiphron

var. cassiope and Parasemia planta-

ginis in Westmorland, 319 Early Date for Ccenonympha typhon,

319 Emergence of a Bornean Cicada, 182 Ephyra pendularia var. subroseata in

Lincolnshire, 409 Eristalis cestraceus, L., in Nortii Ame- rica (Diptera), 252 Errata, 115, 187, 369 Euripus fulguralis, 263, 362 Food of Vanessa antiopa larvm, 154 Formalin a Kemedy for Mould on

Cabinet Specimens, 391 Four New Pterophoridaj, 281, 346 Further Notes on the British Cicada,

Cicadetta montana (Hemiptera), 332 Geographical Distribution of Macaria

liturata var. nigrofulvata, 302, 322,

363 George Henry Verrall (Obit.), 329 Gloucestershire Lepidoptera, 227 Gynandrous Lyctena icarus (alexis), 273 Hadena pisi in September, 321 Hatching of the Eggs of Argynnis

laodice, 103 Heliothis armigera in Glamorganshire,

327 ; in Isle of Wight, 410 Hemerobius stigma (Neuroptera), 113 Heterusia taiwana, 362 Hippotion (Charocampa) celerio at Bir- kenhead, 252 Humble-bees of Formosa, The, 100 Hybernation of Pyrameis atalanta in

captivity, 99, 183, 224, 301, 319 Hydrilla palustris, etc., at Wicken, 111 Hygrochroa (Pericallia) syringaria in

September, 322 Ichneumonida; taken in Cornwall, 1910,

206 Insects taken by Dr. T. A. Chapman in

Switzerland, 1911, 356 Italian Forms of Zygsena transalpina,

Esp., 154 Lampides bocticus in Guernsey, 367 Laphygma cxigua in Cornwall, 409 Larva of Arctia caia full-grown in

September, 321 ; of Vanessa antiopa,

226

Late Autumn and Winter Emergence of

Ematurga atomaria, 113 Lepidoptera at Light, 274 ; at Sallows at Windermere, 187 ; in the Hasle- mere District, 252 ; in the Isle of Wight, 225 ; in West Suffolk, 219 ; of Lincolnshire, The, 405 ; of Scotland in August, 368 ; of the Brecksand District, 275 ; of the Portsmouth Dis- trict, 275 ; of the Swedish Provinces of Jemtland and Lapland, 357 ; of Torquay, 404 Leucania unipuncta, Haw., exti-anea,

Guen., in Devon, 366 Life-history of Anosia plexippus, 377 Limenitis sibylla in September, 363,

364 ; in Surrey, 299 Lophopteryx carmelita in North Lan- cashire, 225 Lycsena icarus, ab., 320 Macaria liturata, ab. nigrofulvata at

Oxshott, 363 ; in Warwickshire, 322 Macaria liturata in North Lancashire, 34 Macroglossa stellatarum in Cornwall,

410 Mamestra brassicje in September, 409 Mamestra persicarise in Scotland, 225 Mamestra trifolii in September, 409 Melanic Ematurga atomaria at Burnley,

363 ; at Oxshott, 363 Natural History Museum for Natura-

Hsts, The, 193 Nemoura dubitans, Morton, a Species of Plecoptera new to the British Fauna, 134 New African Geometridte, 292 New Genus of Australian Bees, A., 140 New Lepidoptera-Heterocera from For- mosa, 29, 60, 109, 148, 174, 204, 271, 295, 314 New Species of Boarmiinse from For- mosa, 343 New Species of Geometridte from For- mosa, 271, 295, 314, 400 New Species of Hemitheinas (Geome-

trinffi, auctt.), 26 New Species of Syntomidse from British

Guiana and South Brazil, 142 Nonagria sparganii in Sussex, 300 Non-hybernation of Pyrameis atalanta,

248 Notes on Durham Lepidoptera, 412 Note on Larva; of Agrotis ripse, 319 Note on Larva) of Merodon equestris,

225, 274 Note on the Roosting Habits of Heli-

conius charitonia, 403 Note on Trochilium apiforme, 154 Notes by the Way, 32, 65, 108, 152 Notes from Has'lemcre for 1910, 35 Notes on Agrion armatus, Charp., 302 Notes on Amphidasys betularia, Te- phrosia biundularia, and Trichiura cratsegi, 301

INDEX.

Vll

Notes on a Butterfly Hunt in France in

1910,5 Notes on British Odonata in 1910, 257 Notes on British Orthoptera in 1910,

208 Notes on Chilosia grossa, Cordyceps,

and Smerinthus tilias, 113 Notes on Lepidoptera in various Loca- lities, 368 Notes on Odonata observed in Great

Britain during the Summer of 1909

and 1910, 283 Notes on the Dragonfly Season of 1910,

237 Notes on the Life-history of Antitropa

erinnys, 114 Notes on the Life-history of Chrysopa

flava, Scopoli, 126 Notes on the Life-history of Pararge

hiera, Fabr., with Description of the

Full-grown Larva, 1 Notes on the Varieties of Peronea cris-

tana, 289, 308 Notodonta dromedarius in late July, 322 Number of Larval Stages of Lycrena

acis, 13 Obituary :

Albert Harrison, 304, 328

George Henry Verrall, 328, 329

Gerald George Hodgson, 120

John William Tutt, 77

Samuel Scudder, 376

W. A. Rollason, 192 Odonata, Lancashire and Cheshire, 102 Odynerus callosus, 185 On Some Recent Attempts to Classify

the Coleoptera in Accordance with

their Phylogeny, 121, 165, 214, 245,

259, 312, 348, 392 On Twniopteryx putata, Newman (Plec-

optera), with Notes on other Species

of the Genus, 81 On the Economy of the Ichneumonid,

Monoblastes palustris, Illgr., 87 On Two Undescribed Genera and Three

New Species of Ichneumonidie from

Borneo, 63 On Undescribed Evaniidfe taken at Ku-

ching, Borneo, by Mr. John Hewitt,

B.A.,56 Optical Instruments, 157 Ovipositing of Sesia apiformis, 862 Papilio machaon at Colchester, 320 ; in

Essex, 365; in Herts, 365; in Middle- sex, 365 Pararge megsera, 364 Perizoma (Kmmelesia) tasniata in North

De\on, 410 Phasgoaura viridissima (Orthoptera),

Phryxus (Deilephila) livornica in Corn- wall, 274, 411; in Devon, 411; in Surrey, 365 ; in Sussex. 274 ; in the New Forest, 365

Phtheochroa (Argyrolepia) schreibersi-

ana, Fnll., in Gloucestershire, 69 Pieris rapa? and P. napi triple-brooded

in 1911, 321 Plusia moneta, 184 ; at Reading, 225 ; in Balham, 322 ; in Herts, 226 ; in Wales, 226 Plusia ni in Cornwall, 411 Polia xanthomista in Cornwall, 410 Preliminary List of the Aphididte found

in Kent, 16 Public Exhibition of Butterflies, 303 Pyrameis atalanta, ab., 362, 412 Pyrameis atalanta and Vanessa io in

1910, 184 Query respecting Sesia sphegiformis, 228 Rare Coleoptera at Hiudhead, Surrey,

367 Recent Literature : Annals of Scottish Natural History, 48 Monographia de los Nemopt^ridos,

by R. P. Longinos Navas, 48 Dermaptera of the Seychelles, by Dr.

Malcolm Burr, 48 Annals of Tropical Medicine and

Parasitology, 48, 192 Memorias do Instituto Oswaldo Cruz,

48 Catalogue of the Lepidoptera Phal- ajnce in the British Museum, vol. x., by Sir George Hampson, 118 Annual Report of the New Jersey

State Museum, 119 A Book of Nimble Beasts, by D. En- glish, 119 The Rhopalocera of Java ; Hesperida?, by M. C. Piepers, and P. C. T. Snellen, 159 Diptera Danica, Part iii., by W.

Lundbeck, 160 On Some New Species of Leaf-hopper

on Sugar-cane, by F. Muir, 192 Fossil Insects and a Crustacean from Florissant, Colorado, by T. D. A. Cockerell, 232 The Thorax of the Hymenoptera, by

R. Evans Snodgrass, 232 A Handbook of the Tsetse-flies, by

Ernest E. Austen, 256 Our Insect Friends and Foes, by F.

Martin Duncan, 278 Proceedings of the South London Entomological and Natural History Society, 1910-11, 280 St. Albans and its Neighbourhood ; an Account of the Topography, Geology, Fauna, Flora, etc., 304 Regular Temperature Variation in

Vanessa urticaj, 195, 318 Remarkable Aberration of Terias

elathea, 153 Retarded Development on Emergence

of Chesias rufata (obliquaria), 274 Rhopalocera of Cyprus, 404

vin

INDEX.

Ehynchota Indica (Heteroptcra), '22, 104, 'JIS, 269, 310

Scarcity of Pyrameis atalanta in 1910, 225 ; of Wasps in the Cheshire Dis- trict, 69

Second Brood of Boavmia repandata, 412 ; of Cerura furcula, 302 ; of Eurois prasina 3GG ; of L. sibyHa, 327

Second International Congress of Entomology, 403

Senta maritima, 184

Sirex gigas, 35

Six days at Glen Tilt, Perthshire, 155

Smerinthus ocellatus in the North Sea, 34

Societies : Birmingham Natural History, 255 City of London Entomological, 158,

192, 230, 375, 416 Entomological Society of London, 37,

75, 115, 187, 253, 276, 369, 413. Lancashire and Cheshire Entomolo- gical, 44, 76, 117, 191, 231, 374 Manchester Kntomological, 45 South London Entomological, 40, 116, 157, 190, 230, 254, 303, 372

Some Asiatic Bees of the Genus Anthophora, 233

Some Bees from Formosa, 1, 340

Some Ichneumonidous Synonyms, 211

Some New Culicidte from Western Australia, South Queensland, and Tasmania, 130, 179, 201, 249

Some Notes on Melanism, 243

Some Species of Crambi, with descrip- tions of two New Ones, 49

Species new to the Gloucestershire List, 155

Sphinx convolvuli in Bedfordshire, 406 ; in Bucks, 325 ; in Cornwall, 325 ; in Devon, 325, 406 ; in Dorset, 325 ; in Essex, 325, 365, 407; in Glamorgan- shire, 327 ; in Hants, 326, 406, 407 ; in Isle of Man, 406 ; in Isle of Wight, 326, 405 ; in Kent, 300, 324, 326, 407 ; in Manchester, 405 ; in Scilly, 324 ; in Suffolk, 326 ; in Surrey, 326, 406, 407 ; in Sussex, 326 ; in Warwick, 326; in Worcestershire, 406

Sphinx convolvuli reared from Ova to Pupa, 407

Spilosoma lubricipeda in September, 411

Sterrha sacraria in Cornwall, 410 ; in Scotland, 2:)9

Stridulation in the Pupa of an Ichncumonid, 404

Surrey Orthoptera, 51, 186, 225

Synonymic List of the Panorpida^ of Japan, A, and Description of a New Species, 90

Syntomis rubicunda, 34

Teratological Specimen of Noctua c- nigrum, 363

The Entomological Club, 187, 276, 413 The Macro-Lepidoptera of the World,

402 The Nature of Melanism, 318 The Scents of Butterflies, 303 The Tapping of Anobium tessellatum,

185 The Tutt Collection. 185 Third Brood of Notodonta ziczac, 365 ;

of Papilio machaon, 321 Time of Appearance of Stilbia anomala,

411 Tortrix pronubana, 320 ; in Essex, 366 Triphffina pronubana in January, 113 Trochilium apiforme, 183; crabroni-

formis, 229 Two New Species of Trichogrammatidfe

from the United States and West

Australia, 197 Unrecorded Occurrences of Euvanessa

antiopa, 68 ; of Vanessa antiopa, 35,

112 Unusual dates of Occurrence and Emer- gence of Lepidoptera in 1911, 405 Unusual Emergence of Noctua plecta,

112 Unusual Pairing of Moths, 34 Vanessa antiopa in England, 184 ; at

l^erkhamstead, 324 ; in Essex, 324 ;

in Isle of Wight, 324 Vanessa io Double-brooded in 1911, 321 Varietal Names, 227 Varieties :

Abraxas grossulariata, 40, 43, 44, 45, 47, 416

Acronycta alni, 97 ; rumicis, 97

Agabus bipustulatus (Col.), 116

Agriades newmani (Hybrid), 5, 38 ; thetis, 43

Agrotis cursoria, 118 ; exclamationis, 42

Anarta cordigera, 303

Anosia plexippus (Terat.), 116

Anthous hiemorrhoidalis (Col.), 116

Anthrocera trifolii, 40

Arctia caia, 191, 373

Argynnis paphia, 159

Badister bipustulatus (Col.), 39

Boarmia repandata, 158

Brenthis euphrosyne, 42

Bryophila glandifera, 47 ; perla, 40

Cailophrys rubi, 40

Catocala nupta, 375

Cidaria populata, 244 ; truncata, 76

Cocnobia rufa, 159 ; coenonympha pamphilus, 416

Colias edusa, 415

Cosmotriche potatoria, 42

Ephyra sp. ?, 43

Epione advenaria, 43

Ematurga atomaria, 43, 46

Ennomos alniaria, 230; angularia, 158

Epinephele tithonus, 191

Eubolia bipunctaria, 43

INDEX.

IX

Euchelia jacobiere, 4'5, 76

Enchloe cardamines, 43

Fidouia atomaria (Gynand.), 43

Gnophos obscnrata, 159

Grammesia trilinearia, 43

Hesperia linea, 1-59

Hydriomene impluviata, 412 ; ruber-

ata, 412 Lithosia deplana, 374, 414 Luperina gueneei, 115, 158 LycaBiia astrarche, 45 ; corydon, 375 ;

orion, 44 Malacosoma castrensis, 116; neustria,

116 Melanargia galatea, 376, 413 Meliana flammea, 40 Melitffia artemis, 44 ; athalia, 44 ;

aurinia, 158 ; varia, 40 Noctua augur, 192 ; dahlii, 76 Nemeophila plantaginis, 43, 76 Nemoria viridata, 45 Nola albulalis, 191 Panolis piniperda, 116 Phlogophora meticulosa, 116 Pieris napi (Gynand.), 43, 159, 374 Polygonia c-album, 43, 116, 158

Polyommatus icarus, 43 ; phleeas, 876, 376

Prosena sybaiita (Dipt.), 43

Pseudopterpna pruinata, 43

Smerinthus populi, 192, 231

Spilosoma menthastri, 40

Taniiocampa gothica, 44

Thera vanata, 244

Trichiura cratasgi, 159

Triphajna fimbria, 43

Vanessa atalanta, 43 ; urtica;, 195

Zanclognatha grisealis, 1

Zygffina filipendula, 159 Varieties of Chrysophanus phlteas and

Dianthoecia conspersa, 320 Viviparity in Lepidoptera, 309 Wanted, Living Larvffi of Vanessa poly-

chloros, 155 What has become of the British Saty-

ridtB?, 146 Xanthia ocellaris near Downham Mar- ket, 411 XylophasiazonikoferiinBritain,1910,34 Zanclognatha grisealis ab., 1 Zygtena fiUpendulaj ab. flava in Surrey,

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PLATES.

I. Some Species of Crambi . . . . II. The Genus Taniopteryx \ III. Fore wings of Taniopteryx ) IV.-^C/irysojjayfa?;«, Scopoli V. y^h&re FAipheno Q.\es, .... VI.— From the Walls of Tlem^en . VII. Ayrion armatum . . . .

VIII. Portrait of the late George Henry Verrall

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ILLUSTRATIONS IN THE TEXT.

Zanclognatha grisealis, ab. .

Agriades hybrid

I'aprobanus gravelyi, sp. n. (Heterop.) .

Eustroma reticulata, ab

Monohlastus palustris, IWgx. (Hymen.) . Aulops galloisi s.'^.n. {^&\xxo^.)

Acronycta rumicis, ab

MetacantUus hilianiatus, Dist.

Wing Venation in Coleoptera

Portion of Wing of Grabhamia anstralis, sp. n.

Sexual Organs in Coleoptera

Vanessa urticce var. amploldes var. falcoides

Culicada vandema, Portion of Wing of .

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Forficula aurieularia var. forcipata Melitma berisalensis (neuration)

Female palp of Andersonia tastnaniensis, denuded of scales Thorax of Andersonia tasmaniensis, n. sp. Euripus fulg^iralis, Wileman (not Matsumiira)

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SPECIAL INDEX.

New Genera, Species, Sub-Species, and Varieties are marked ivith an asterisk.

Order IV. MALLOPHAGA.

cygni (Ornithobius), 48 goniopleurus (Ornithobius)

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Order VII. ORTHOPTEKA.

aculeatus (Nesogaster), 199 albipennis (Apterygida), 52 albopunctata [; = grisea] (Metriopteryx)-,

53 americana (Periplaueta), 53, 210 annulipes (Anisolabis), 52 arachidis (Labia), 52 auricularia (Forticula), 52, 199, 200, 208 auricularia var. forcipata (Forficula),

52, 208 australasiae (Periplaneta), 53 bicolor (Stauroderus), 54, 210 bicolor (Stenobothrus), 373 bipunctata (Arechura), 356 bipunctatus (Tetrix), 55, 211, 225 brachyptera (Metrioptera), 54, 187, 225 brachyptera (Platycleis), 275, 373 campestris (Gryllus), 53, 187 crurifolium (Pulchriphyllium), 47 decipiens (Forticula), 200 Demogorgon, 199 domesticus (Gryllus), 53, 187 dorsalis (Conocephalus), 53, 187, 210 elegans (Chorthii)phus), 54, 225 gerraanica (Blattella), 53 grandis (Marava), 199 griseo-aptera [=cinereus] (Pholido-

ptera), 54, 210, 225 grossus (Mecostethus), 54, 211 Gryllotalpa, 298

gryllotalpa (Gryllotalpa), 53, 187 indicum (Allostethus), 199 Labiduridaj, 280 lapponicus (Ectobius), 53, 209

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lesnei (Forficula), 52, 187, 209, 280

lineatus (Stenobothrus), 54

lurida (Forficula), 200

maculatus (Gomphocerus), 54, 210, 225,

275 minor (Labia), 52, 187, 225 miranda (Forficula), 199 moesta (Euborellia), 254 morosus (Dixippus), 373 nivea (Panchloi-a), 232 orientalis (Blatta), 53 panzeri (Ectobius), 52, 187, 209 parallelus (Chorthipphusi, 54, 211 parvulum (Echinosoma), 199 perspicillaris [=lividus] (Ectobius), 53 punctatissima (Leptophyes), 53, 187,

225 riparia (Labidura), 199, 208 roeselii (Metrioptera), 53 roeselii (Platycleis), 275 rutipes (Omocestus), 54 rufus (Gomphocerus). 54 silana [ = targionii] (Forficula), 199,200 subulatus (Tetrix), 55 surinamensis (Pycnoscelus), 53 sylvestris (Ncmobius), 52, 210 tetragona (Labia), 199 thalassina [=varium] (Meconema) 53,

187 unidentata (Labia), 199 verrucivora (Tettigonia), 53 viridissima (Phasgonura), 54, 113, 187,

210 viridylas (Omdcestiis); 54, 210, 211

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INDEX.

Order VIII. PLECOPTERA.

alpina (Dictyopteryx), 96, 356 braueri (Tjeniopteryx), 85, 86, 87 dubitans (Nemoura), 134 inermis (Leucti-a), 96 intricata (Dictyopteryx), 96 kempnyi (TaBiiiopteryx), 86, 87 marfjinata (Nemoura), 96 moiiilicornis (Tseniopteryx), 86 raontq.na (Isopteryx), 356 mortoni (Nemoura)' 97 nebulosa (Tffiniopteryx), 83, 84, 87 neglecta (Ta3niopteryx), 96, 356

Nephelopteryx, S3

obtusa (Nemoura), 356

putata (Nemoura), 81, 82

putata (TiBniopteryx),83, 84, 85, 86, 87

risi (Taeniopteryx) 81, 83, 84, 86, 87

rivulorum (Chloroperla), 356

seticornis (Tii^niopteryx), 86, 96

sinuata (Nemoura), 96

Taeniopteryx, 83

trifasciata (Tteniopteryx), 81,88, 85, 86,

87 tristis (Taeniopteryx), 85

Order XII. EPHEMEROPTEEA.

Baetis sp., 356

helveticus (Ecdyurus), 96,356

Order XIII. ODONATA. [ = Paraneuropteea.]

aenea (Cordulia), 238, 258, 268 alpestris (Somatochlora), 356 annulatus (Cordulegaster), 268, 284 armatum (Agrion), 257, 267, 302 cserulescens (Orthetrum), 267 cancellatuni (Orthetrum), 267 curtisii (Oxygastra), 267 cyanea (.Eschna), 102, 239, 258, 268,

285, 286, 412 cyathigerum (Enallagma), 102, 240,

258, 268, 285, 286 depressa (Libellula), 238, 258, 267, 284,

286, 332 dryas (Lestes), 239, 267, 285 dubia (Leucorrhinia), 102 elegans (Ischnura), 102, 239, 257, 258,

268, 285, 286, 412 elegans var. infuscans (Ischnura), 240 elegans var. rufescens (Ischnura), 240 flaveolum (Sympetrum), 102, 267 fonscolombii (Sympetrum), 267, 415 fulva (Libellula), 238, 257, 267 grandis (.Eschna), 102, 239, 268, 285,

412 hafniense [ = pratense] (Brachytron),

239 hastulatum (Agrion), 267, 356 imperator (Anax), 258, 268, 286 juncea (.Eschna), 258, 268, 356 mercuriale (Agrion), 268 metallica (Somatochlora), 238, 267, 284,

286 mixta (iEschna), 239, 258, 268, 285 naias (Erythrorama), 239, 257,258,267,

285, 286, 412 nyraphula (Pyrrhosoma), 97, 102, 239,

257, 258, 268, 285, 286, 412

nymphula var. fulvipes (Pyrrhosoma), 239

nymphula var. melanotum (Pyrrho- soma), 268

pennipes (Platycnemis), 239, 258, 268, 285

pratense (Brachytron), 97, 257, 268, 412

paella (Agrion), 102, 240, 257, 258, 268, 285, 286, 302, 412

pulchellum (Agrion), 102, 240, 257, 267, 285

pumilio (Ischnura), 268

pumilio var. aurantiacum (Ischnura), 268

quadrimaculata (Libellula), 238, 257, 258, 267, 284

quadrimaculata var. prfenubila (Libel- lula), 258

sanguineum (Sympetrum), 238, 258, 284

scoticum (Sympetrum), 102, 238, 258, 267

splendens (Calopteryx), 102, 239, 258, 268, 285, 286

sponsa (Lestes), 102, 239, 258, 268, 285

striolatum (Sympetrum), 238, 258, 267, 284

tenellum (Pyrrhosoma), 258, 268, 285

tenellum var. erythrogastrum (Pyrrho- soma), 268

tenellum var. melanogastrum (Pyrrho- soma), 258, 268

Virgo (Calopteryx), 102, 268, 286

virgo var. anceps (Calopteryx), 102

vulgatissimus (Gomphus), 239, 268

vulgatum (Sympetrum), 267

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Order XV. HEMIPTERA.

abietana (Aphis), 355 abietis (Chermes), "21 absintliii (>[acrosipliuin), 35iJ aceris (Caitophorus), 19 ieneus (Eysarcoris), 372 albipennis (Plagiognathus), 373 *ali (Aiiisops), 107 alliana3 (Macrosiphum), 353 antennatus (Teratocoi'is), 374 avtemisiii) (Macrosiphum), 353 atricapilla (Serenthia), 269 atriplicis (Aphis), 18, 397, 398 avellanffi (Siphonophora), 16 avonffi (Aphis), 398 bellosus (Cryptus), 213 berberidis (Khopalosiphum), 354 bicolor (Pseudobryocoris), 311 biharaatus (Metacanthus), 105 brassica3 (Aphis), IB bursarius (Pemphigus), 21 calthffi (Rhopalosiphura), 354 campanuIiB (Macrosiphum), 353 capreffi (Siphocoryne), 18 capsellffi (Aphis), 355 Capyella, 214

cardamomi (Hubertiella), 260 cardamomum (Elettaria), 269 cardui (Aphis), 19 *carinata (Serenthia), 269 carnosa (Eudeis), 21 carnosa (Siphonophora), 17 carolffi (Aphis), 18 CastilloflB (Cardiococcus), 327 castilloffi (Inglisia), 327 centaureiE (Macrosiphum), 353 cerasi (Myzus), 18 chicrophyllii (Aphis), 398 chamomillie (Aphis), 398

chelidonii (Siphonophora), 17

chenopodii (Aspis), 355

"chilawensis (Acanthaspis), 106

chrysanthemi (Aphis), 398

cichonii (Macrosiphum), 353

circumflexa (Siphonophora), 17

convolvuli (Macrosiplium), 353

coryU (Callipterus), 20

craccaB (Aphis), 397 ' crassiceps (Zethieus), 311

cratiegi (Aphis), 18, 397

cratiegiella (Aphis), 397

cucurbiti (Aphis), 19

diantlii (Pihopalosiplmm), 18

diroda (Siphonopliora), 17

*eliyanus (Hegesideinus), 270

epilobii (Aphis), 355

eragrosUdis (Tycliea), 21

*Ernestinus, 311

evonymi (Aphis), 355

fab;.' (Aphis), 19

fagi (Psyllaphis), 20

fasciata (Mytilaspis), 327

fitchii (Aphis), 18 *tletcheri (^liomorpha), 22 fodiens (Scliizoneura), 20 formicaria (Forda), 21 fracticollis (Plociomerus), 273 fragarias (Siphonophora), 17 ftagariella (Siphonophora), 17 fuHginosa (Schizoneura), 20 galeopsidis (Phorodon), 354 gei (Macrosiphum), 352 genista) (Aphis), 355 gibba (Serenthia), 270 glyceriaa (Siphonoi^hora), 354 'gracilis (Capys), 213 granaria (Siphonophora), 17 gravelyi (Taprobanus), 25 grossularise (Aphis), 18 hedera; (Aphis), 18 *Hegesidemu3, 270 hieracii (Macrosiphum), 353 horni (Capys), 25 humuli (Phorodon), 17 hybridus (Pirates), 370 ilicis (Aphis), 397 *illuminata (Halyomorpha), 22 imperatoria (Pomponia), 183 jaceffi (Macrosiphum), 352 jacobteaB (Aphis), 398 juglandicola (PterocalHs), 20 juglandis (Ptychodes), 20 laburni (Aphis), 356 lactuarius (Pemphigus), 21 lactucfe (Aphis), 397 lactucffi (tthopalosiphum), 18 lactuc£B (Siphonophora), 17 lanigera (Schizoneura), 20 lantanaa (Aphis), 354 lappffi (Aphis), 397 laricis (Cliermes), 21 lathyri (Macrosiphum), 353 ligustri (Rhopalosiphum), 18 *limbatipennia (Henicocephalus),

106 lineatus (Nabis), 374 loti (Aphis), 398 lychnidis (Aphis), 354 lythri (Aphis), 355 macrinus (Scylax), 23 mahaleb (Aphis), 355 majusculus (Henicocephalus), 106 malacaipus (Capys), 25, 213 mali (Aphis), 18 malvie (Aphis), 397 millefohi (Siphonophora), 17 •mimicus (Ernestinus), 311 montana (Cicadetta), 332, 372 montandoni (Elasmucha), 104 *myosotidis (Aphis), 254 *nigrescens (Prionaca), 24 *notabiiis (Lethrof^us), 310 nymphrene (Rhopalosiphum), 18

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INDEX.

ochropus (Aphis), 397

olivata (Macrosiphura), 353

opima (Aphis), 397

oxycantha' (Aphis), 398

papaveris (Aphis), 19

pelargonii (Siphonophora), 17

pellucida (Endeis), 21

Persicffi (Myzus), 18

picefe (Laehnus), 20

picridis (Aphis), 355

pilosa (Pterocomma), 19

pini (Chermes), 21

pinicohis (Laehnus), 20

pisi (Megoura), 353

pisi (Siphonophora), 17, 352

porrectus (Scylax), 23

pruni (Aphis), 19

*Pseudobryocoris, 311

punctatus (Maeropes), 106

pyraria (Aphis), 19

jDyri (Aphis), 19

quadripunctatus (Amulius), 107

quercus (Phylloxera), 21

quinquespinosa (Acanthaspis), 106

rhei (Aphis i, 355

ribicola (Macrosiphum), 353

ribis (Myzus), 18

rosffi (Siphonophora), 16

rosarum (Siphonophora), 17

rubi (Siphonophora), 17

rubrovittatus (Lepidosapthes), 327

ruticeps (Hebrus), 273

*rufipes (Maeropes), 105

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rumicis (Aphis), 19, 253 salicis (Melanoxanthus), salicti (Aphis), 350 sambucaria (Aphis), 19 sanguinea (Huechys), 182 seabiosse (Macrosiphum), 352 setaria (Tychea), 21 setulosa (Tyehea), 21 signatorius (Aritanis), 213 solani (Aphis), 397 sonchii (Siphonophora), 17 sorbi (Aphis), 19 spirothecas (Pemphigus), 21 stietogala (Linotettix), 40 stellaria; (Macrosiphum), 352 strobilobium (Chermes), 21 symphyti (Aphis), 399 *Taprobanus, 24, 105 *tauriformis (Elasmucha), 104 *taurus (Compastes), 23 Teleonemia, 270 tiliffi (Pterocallis), 20 traKopogonis (Aphis) trivialis (Tychea), 21 troglodytes (Trama) tussilaginis (Macrosiphum), 353 ulmariae (Macrosiphum), 352 ulmi (Tetraneura), 21 umbellatarum (Aphis), 354 vicise (Megoura), 353 viminalis (Laehnus), 20 *viscus (Amulius), 107 xylostei (Khopalosiphum), 354

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Older XVI. NEUEOPTEKA.

alpina (Panorpa), 96, 356

annexa (Panorpa), 94

apicalis (Panorpodes), 90, 91

aspersa (Chrysopa), 96

bicornuta (Aulops), 92

bicornuta (Panorpa), 91

bouvieri (Panorpa), 91

brachypennis (Panorpa), 90, 92

chuzenjiensis (Panorpa), 91, 92

communis (Panorpa), 91, 93

cornigera (Aulops), 91

cornigera (Panorpa), 91, 93, 94

decorata (Panorpodes), 92

drouarti (Aulops), 92

dyscola (Aulops), 92

flava (Chrysopa), 126, 129, 189, 252

flavipes (Itaphidia), 9o

germanica (Panorpa), 94, 96

galloisi (Aulops), 93

"■galloisi (Panorpa), 91, 93, 94

gokfflnsis (Panorpa), 91, 94

hageni (Panorpa), 91

irregularis (Aulops), 92

japonica (Aulops), 91

japonica (Panorpa), 93

klugi (Aulops), 91

Ifevipes (Bittacus), 92 leucoptera (Aulops), 91 lewisi (Aulops), 92 lewisi (Panorpa), 91 limbata (Panorpa), 90 limbata (Panorpodes), 92 lutaria (Sialis), 97, 356 macrogaster (Aulops), 91 magnicauda (Panorpa), 91, 22 Mantispidfe, 279 meridionalis (Panorpa), 96 multifasciaria (Aulops), 92 nffivia (Panorpa), 90, 91 nffivia (Panorpodes), 92 nikkcensis (Aulops), 92 niphonensis (Aulops), 92 nipponensis (Aulops), 90, 92 nipponicus (liittacus). 92 notata (Panorpodes), 92 notata (Eaphidia), 97 obscura (Aulops), 92 ochracea (Aulops), 92 ochraceopennis (Aulops), 92 Osmylus, 273 paganus (Mieromus), 96 Panorpidae, 279

INDEX.

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paradoxa (Panoi'podes), 92 parthenopffius (Dilar), "279 perla (Chrysopa), 90 pryeri (Aulops), 91 pulchra (Aulops), 92 rectifasciata (Aulops), 92 ritsemas (Leptopanorpa), 92 sieboldi (Leptopanorpa), 92 sinanoensis (Aulops), 92 sinense (Bittacusj, 91, 92 singularis (Panorpodes), 90, 92

stigma (Hemerobius), 113 striata (Aulops), 92 subnebulosus (Hemerobius), 96 takenouchii (Aulops), 92 tortricoides (Megalomus), 96 trizonata (Aulops), 92 vittata (Chrysopa), 126 vulgaris (Chrysopa), 97 vulgaris (Panorpa), 856 wormaldi (Aulops), 92

Order XVII. TRICHOPTEEA.

alpestris (Stenophylax), 356 alpinus (Drusus), 97, 98 azurea (Mystacides), 356 bicolor (Trifeaodes), 239 biguttatus (Potamorites), 97 bis chrysotus (Drusus), 97, 356 conspersa (Plectrocnemia), 97 discolor (Drusus), 97, 356 tlavicornis (Limnophilus), 356 melanchsctes (Drusus), 97 ^/••i montanus (Philopotamus), 96 muelleri (Drusus), 97

nebulicola (Cryptothrix), 97 niger (Lithax), 97, 356 nigrescens (Drusus), 97 obsoleta (Phryganea), 356 pedemontanum (Sericostoma), 97 pellucidula (Hydropsyche), 96 persimilis (Rhyacophila), 96 rhorabicus (Limnophilus), 356 tristis (Rhyacophila), 96 vulgaris (Rhyacophila), dl bis zerberus (Acrophylax), 97

Order XVIII. LEPIDOPTERA.

abdelkader (Satyrus), 172 abietaria (Boarraia), 41, 45, 164 abietella (Dioryctria), 319 abyla (Adelpha), 191 acaciiB (Thecla), 8 acis (Lycffiua), 13 actiEOu (Adopaea), 173 actaeon (Thymelicus). 7, 307, 335 actinote (Dimorphia), -iS *aculeata (Lobogonia), 61 adfEquata (Emmelesia), 156 adippe (Argynnis), 103 admetus (Polyommatus), 7, 8 adonides (Heliconius), 115 adrasta (Pararge), 340 advena (Aplecta), 255, 276, 375 advenaria (Epione), 43, 70 advenella (Rhodophaea), 221 adyte (Krebia), 255 £Eg,a (Morpho), 41 tegon (Plebeius), 41, 116, 389 ffigon (Rusticus), 41, 306, 307 *aEnea (Polyploca), 150 ffiscularia (Anisopteryx), 187 tetherie (Melitaja), 170, 173 sethiops (Erebia), 71, 155 agathina (Agrotis), 44, 74 agathon (Aporia), 40 aglaia (Argynnis), 55, 71, 307, 373 aglaope (Heliconius), 115 Agraptochlora, 28 ajax (Papilio), 15

alba (Chrysophanus), 320 albicillata (Melanthia), 46, 47 albiclausa (Plerocymia), 294 albicoUis (Acontia), 119 albicollis (Tarache), 119 albicolon (Melanchra), 270 *albicorpus (Mystrocneme), 143 albicostana (Peronea), 309 albifusa (Thalassodes), 27 *albipuncta (Thyatira), 30 *albipunctella (Sochchora), 347 *albofasciata (Deilemera), 31 albostriana (Peronea), 290 albovenosa (Arsilonche), 46, 111 albovittana (Peronea), 289 albulalis (Nola), 191 albulata (Emmelesia), 375 albulata (Emmelesia), 36 alcasjc (Carcharodus), 173, 389 alchemillata (Perizoma), 46 alciope (Acrcea), 415 alciphron (Chrysophanus), 8, 307 alcippina (Acraa), 40 alcippus (Limnas), 40 alexanor (Papilio), 0, 8 alexis (Lyc.'ena), 273 algffi (Bryophila), 186 algira (Zygajna), 174 algirica (Hipparchia), 414 algirica (Melitroa), 170, 173 allouD (Lycaena), 45 alni (Acronycta), 46, 97, 274, 322

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INDEX.

alniaria (Ennoinos), 43, 73, 230 altheffi (Carcliarodus), 338 alticola (Hepialus), 340 alveus (Hesperia), 173 ambusta (Lobogonia), 61 amphidaiuas (Chrysophanus), 359, 399 *amphitiomera (lictropis), 294 *amplaria (Alcis), 345 amploides (Vanessa), 195 amyntas (Eveies), 307, 335 anacrepn (Heliconius), 44 anaxibia (Moi'pho), 41 anceps (Mamestra), 70 Anchocelis, 186 andiei (Philosamia), 47 andreniformis (J]geria), 44 andrenwformis (Sesia), 228, 230, 252,

278 andromedsB (Hesperia), 337, 340 andromediv (Syrichthus), 338 angularia (Ennomos), 158, 369 Anisogamia, 26 anomala (Sorocaba), 278 anomala (Stilbia), 368, 369, 411 anthea (Acerbas), 160 anthedon (Euralia), 371 antinorii (Deilemera), 372, 415 antiopa (Euvanessa), 42, 68, 112 antiopa (Vanessa), 15, 35, 112, 154, 158,

183, 184, 226, 324 antiqua (Orgyia), 369 aphirape (Brenthis), 350 apiciaria (Epione), 44, 46, 72, 375 apiformis (Trochilium), 94, 154, 183,

228, 229, 362 apollo (Parnassius), 6, 9, 303, 309 apta (Argadea), 158 aquata (Horisme), 294 arcania (Coenonympba), 135, 308 ai'canioides (CoBnonympba), 135, 137,

173 ardates (Nacaduba), 277 arenaria (Onychia), 293 areola (Xylocampa), 35 arete (Aphantopus), 255 argentana (Aphelia), 156 argeutea (I'olyommatus), 375 argentula (Bankia), 44, 46, 119 "argia insolita (Zizera), 55 argiades (Everes), 137, 307, 335, 336,