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INSECTS Cionus hortulanus, Marsh. blattariae, F. pulchellus, Herbst Orobitis cyaneus, L. Cryptorrhynchus lapathi, L. Acalles ptinoides, Marsh. turbatus, Boh. Cceliodes rubicundus, Herbst quercus, F. ruber, Marsh. erythroleucus, Gmel. cardui, Herbst quadrimaculatus, L. exiguus, Ol. Poophagus sisymbrii, F. Ceuthorrhynchus assimilis, Payk. setosus, Boh. constrictus, Marsh. cochleariae, Gyll. ericae, Gyll. erysimi, F. contractus, Marsh. cyanipennis, Germ. chalybaeus, Germ. pilosellus, Gyll. quadridens, Panz. geographicus, Goeze pollinarius, Forst. viduatus, Gyll. pleurostigma, Marsh. alliarias, Bris. rapae, Gyll. punctiger, Gyll. marginatus, Payk. urticae, Boh. rugulosus, Herbst melanostictus, Marsh. asperifoliarum, Gyll. arcuatus, Herbst euphorbiae, Bris. chrysanthemi, Germ. campestris, Gyll. litura, F. trimaculatus, F. Ceuthorrhynchidius floralis, Payk. hepaticus, Gyll. Ceuthorrhynchidius pyrrho- rhynchus, Marsh. nigrinus, Marsh. melanarius, Steph. posthumus, Germ. terminatus, Herbst horridus, F. distinctus, Bris. quercicola, Payk. troglodytes, F. chevrolati, Bris. Rhytidosomus globulus, Herbst Amalus haemorrhous, Herbst. Rhinoncus pericarpius, L. gramineus, Herbst perpendicularis, Reich. castor, F. bruchoides, Herbst quadrinodosus, Gyll. Eubrychius velatus, Beck Litodactylus leucogaster, Marsh. Phytobius comari, Herbst waltoni, Boh. quadrituberculatus, F. canaliculatus, Fahr. quadricornis, Gyll. Limnobaris X-album, L. Baris laticollis, Marsh. picicornis, Marsh. lepidii, Germ. Balaninus venosus, Grav. nucum, L. turbatus, Gyll. betulae, Steph. rubidus, Gyll. villosus, F. salicivorus, Payk. pyrrhoceras, Marsh. Magdalis armigera, Fourc. cerasi, L. pruni, L. barbicornis, Latr. CALANDRINA Calandra granaria, L. oryzae, L. COSSONINA Cossonus ferruginous, Clairv. Rhyncolus lignarius, Marsh. gracilis, Ros. ater, L. SCOLYTID^E Scolytus destructor, Ol. pruni, Ratz. intricatus, Ratz. rugulosus, Ratz. multistriatus, Marsh. Hylastes ater, Payk. cunicularius, Er. opacus, Er. angustatus, Herbst - palliatus, Gyll. Hylastinus obscurus, Marsh. Hylesinus crenatus, F. oleiperda, F. fraxini, Panz. vittatus, F. Myelophilus piniperda, L. Cissophagus hederae, Schmidt Phlceophthorus rhododacty- lus, Marsh. Cryphalus binodulus, Ratz.

  • granulatus, Ratz.

abietis, Ratz. piceae, Ratz. fagi, Nord. Pityophthorus pubescens, Marsh. Xylocleptes bispinus, Duft. Dryocsetes villosus, F. alni, Georg. coryli, Perris. Tomicus laricis, F. Pityogenes chalcographus, L. bidentatus, Herbst Trypodendron domesticum, L. Xyleborus dispar, F. dryographus, Ratz. saxeseni, Ratz. Platypus cylindrus, F. Stylops melittae, Kirby ABNORMAL COLEOPTERA STYLOPID.E Elenchus tenuicornis, Kirby LEPIDOPXERA Butterflies and Moths With the possible exception of its southern portion and its extreme south-western and western limits bordering on Sussex and Hampshire, probably no county in England except perhaps Kent has been more 109