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INSECTS Clepsis rusticana, Tr. Said to occur in boggy places on the heaths Bactra lanceolana, Hb. Everywhere abun- dant among rushes Phoxopteryx siculana, Hb. Haslemere ; in damp woods unguicana, Linn. Tilburstowe and Leith Hill uncana, Hb. Redhill, Reigate, Haslemere, Oxshott ; not very common inornatana, H.S. Formerly at Wimbledon and Barnes Common biarcuana, Steph. Haslemere, scarce ; formerly at Wimbledon and Barnes Com- mon comptana, Frol. Croydon, Reigate, Horsley ; abundant on Box Hi/I, and chalk hills generally myrtillana, Tr. Hindhead, and other hills near Haslemere ; among whortle- berry lundana, Fab. Generally common among clover derasana, Hb. Croydon, Sanderstead, for- merly Birch Wood, Haslemere ; not common diminutana, Haw. Redhill, Reigate, Haslemere, scarce ; formerly at Coombe Wood mitterbacheriana, Schiff. Redhill, Reigate, Horsley, Haslemere ; common in woods upupana, Tr. Oxshott, Redstone Wood, occasionally ramana, Linn. ; lactana, Fab. Haslemere ; common in woods among aspen Grapholitha paykulliana, Fab. Redhill, Rei- gate, Haslemere, Witley, Hindhead, Shirley nisana, Linn. Widely distributed in hedges and lanes among sallows, even to the South London suburbs cinerana, Haw. Norwood ; among poplar nigromaculana, Haw. Redhill, Reigate, Norbiton, Haslemere campoliliana, Schiff. Generally common about sallows in woods and hedges minutana, Hb. South London suburbs ; among poplars trimaculana, Don. Generally abundant among elm penkleriana, Schiff. Widely distributed among alder obtusana, Haw. Redhill, Reigate, Oxshott ; common in Haslemere woods ; formerly in Dulwich Wood naevana, Hb. Abundant everywhere geminana, Steph. Leith Hill, Haslemere ; among whortleberry Phloeodes tetraquetrana, Haw. Generally distributed ; common in woods Phloeodes immundana, Fisch. Haslemere ; among alder demarniana, Fisch. Taken at Oxshott by Mr. Percy Richards and Mr. R. Adkin crenana, Hb. Once at Richmond Part, by Mr. T. Blackburn Hypermecia cruciana, Linn. ; augustana, Hb. Generally common among sallow Batodes angustiorana, Haw. Generally dis- tributed ; very abundant in gardens in South London and the suburbs Poedisca bilunana, Haw. South London suburbs, on birch trunks; Oxshott, Chobham, Redstone Hill, Haslemere ; irregular in its appearances oppressana, Tr. Purley ; among poplar corticana, Schiff. Everywhere abundant among oaks profundana, Schiff. Redhill, Reigate, Box Hill, Byfleet, Haslemere ; in oak woods occultana, Dougl. Weybridge, Box Hill, among larch ; Birch Wood, where it was first noticed in this country solandriana, Linn. Generally distributed in hedges semifuscana, Haw. Redhill, Reigate, Haslemere ; among sallow sordidana, Hb. Haslemere, Maldon among alders Ephippiphora bimaculana, Don. Redhill, Haslemere, Churt cirsiana, Zell. Redhill, Reigate, Box Hill, Haslemere ; common scutulana, Schiff. Generally distributed in marshy places brunnichiana, Schiff. Generally abundant among coltsfoot, even in South London foeneana, Linn. Croydon, East Dulwich nigricostana, Haw. Redhill, Reigate, Sanderstead, Ramner, Haslemere trigeminana, Steph. Reigate, Redhill, Box Hill, Mickleham, Ranmore, Ripley, Hasle- mere ; common among ragwort tetragonana, Steph. Redhill, Reigate, Haslemere ; not uncommon ; formerly at Coombe Wood signatana, Dougl. Croydon, Sanderstead, Mickleham ephippana, Hb.; populana, Fab. Wimble- don, Haslemere ; among sallow gallicolana, Zell. Wimbledon ; reared from oak-galls Olindia ulmana, Hb. Croydon, Leith Hill, Box Hill, among yew ; Hindhead, Hasle- mere, frequenting lanes leading up to the hills Roxana arcuana, Linn. Haslemere, in open woods ; formerly at Combe Wood Semasia spiniana, Fisch. Redhill, Reigate, Haslemere ; about hawthorn 139