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A HISTORY OF SURREY Diplodoma marginepunctella, Steph. Rich- mond, Croydon, Sanderstead, Haslemere, Oxshott, Milford Heath ; not common Xysmatodoma melanella, Haw. Milford Heath ; formerly at Peckham Rye Ochsenheimeria birdella, Curt. Redstone Wood, Haslemere, South London suburbs bisontella, Lienig. South London suburbs vacculella, Fisch. South London ; under loose bark of old willows Scardia corticella, Curt. ; emortuella, Zell. Tooting Common parasitella, Hb., carpinetella, Gn. Rich- mond ; on trunks of decayed oaks granella, Linn. Witley cloacella, Linn. Everywhere common ruricolella, Stn. Haslemere ; common about hedges cochylidella, Stn. Stainton records 'once taken near Sanderstead' arcella, Fab. Haslemere, not scarce ; com- mon in a swamp near Redhill Tinea imella, Hb. Sutton, Stoats Nest, Croydon ferruginella, Hb. Dorking, Redhill, Rei- gate, Haslemere, South London suburbs rusticella, Hb. Everywhere common, in- cluding South London suburbs fulvimitrella, Sodoff. Haslemere ; rare tapetzella, Linn. Everywhere abundant, and especially so in stables and harness rooms albipunctella, Haw. Redhill, Box Hill, Richmond, Haslemere fuscipunctella, Haw. Redhill, Reigate, Haslemere, South London ; in houses pellionella, Linn. Abundant everywhere in houses ; destructive to woollens and furs pallescentella, Stn. South London suburbs; not uncommon lapella, Stn. ; ganomella, Tr. Reigate, Redstone, Haslemere ; common in woods and hedges, the larva feeding in birds' nests biselliella, Hemm. Abundant generally in houses ; destructive to all hair fabrics simpliciella, H.S. Headley Lane, Mickle- ham ; very local nigripunctella, Haw. Redhill, Haslemere ; in outhouses or on palings angustipennis, H.S. A single specimen taken on a fence at Richmond by Mr. Sorrell semifulvella, Haw. Reigate, Redhill, Coombe Wood, Ripley, Haslemere ; in the vicinity of decayed wood in hedges or woods bistrigella, Haw. Redstone, Reigate Hill, Haslemere ; among birch Lampronia quadripunctella, Fab. Redhill, Reigate, Haslemere, in hedgerows ; scarce luzella, Hb. Redhill, Reigate, Haslemere, West Humble praelatella, Schiff. Redstone Lane, near Leith Hill, Haslemere ; in hollow .lanes among strawberry rubiella, Bjerk. Haslemere, Reigate, Red- hill ; among raspberry Incurvaria masculella, Schiff. Common every- where about hawthorn hedges pectinea, Fab. ; zinckenella, Zell. Red- stone, Reigate, Haslemere oehlmanniella, Hb. Reigate, Redhill ; common at Haslemere tenuicornis, Stn. A single specimen taken near Haslemere capitella, Linn. Redhill, Reigate ; occa- sionally in old gardens, among neglected currant bushes Nemophora swammerdamella, Linn. Reigate, Redhill, Box Hill, Horsley, Effingham, Haslemere ; common in woods schwarziella, Zell. Generally common in woods metaxella, Hb. Reigate, Redhill, Hasle- mere ; local, in marshy spots Adela fibulella, Schiff. Reigate, Redhill, Mickleham, Shirley, Haslemere ; common rufimitrella, Scop. Haslemere, Redhill, formerly at Putney sulzella, Schiff. Reigate Hill ; not common degeerella, Linn. Richmond, Effingham ; once at the Copyhold Farm, Redhill ; common in Haslemere Woods viridella, Linn. Generally distributed among oaks cuprella, Fab. Wimbledon and Barnes Commons Nemotois scabiosella, Scop. On chalk downs, south of Croydon, upon scabious ; not uncommon (Mr. B. Bower) cupriacella, Hb. Croydon, Sanderstead, Banstead, Haslemere ; very local fasciella, Fab., schiffermillerella, Denis. On chalk downs, taken by sweeping minimella, Zell. Reigate, Redhill, Mickle- ham, Haslemere ; not uncommon Micropteryx calthella, Linn. Everywhere common seppella, Fab. Reigate, Redhill, Sander- stead, Haslemere ; common aruncella, Scop. Haslemere ; local mansuetella, Zell. Haslemere, in marshes, on Carex allionella, Fab. Recorded from Richmond Part by Mr. F. Bond ; Haslemere thunbergella, Fab. Redhill, Reigate, Hasle- mere ; rather common T 4 2