A HISTORY OF SURREY CEcophora fuscescens, Haw. Generally com- mon ; sometimes abundant on heaths pseudo-spretella, Stn. Everywhere abun- dant, and destructive, in nouses CEcogenia quadripuncta, Haw. ; kinderman- niella, Zell. Dorking, Beulah Hill, Norwood, Peckham Rye, Nunhead Endrosis fenestrella, Scop. Everywhere abundant in houses Butalis grandipennis, Haw. Sbiere, Crowhurst, Leith Hill, Wimbledon, Barnes Common, Hindbead ; among furze fusco-aenea, Haw. Reigate, Dorking, Mickleham, Redhill senescens, Stn. Croydon, Reigate, Dorking, Mhkleham, Haslemere incongruella, Stn. Wimbledon, Witley, Mi/ford Heath Pancalia leuwenhoekella, Linn. Abundant at Box Hill, Darling, Reigate, Sander- stead and elsewhere on chalk downs ; rare at Haslemere Acrolepia granitella, Tr. Leith Hill, Hasle- mere ; among fleabane Roeslerstammia erxlebenella, Fab. Shirley ; scarce and local Glyphipteryx fuscoviridella, Haw. Abundant everywhere among rough grass thrasonella, Scop. Everywhere common among rushes haworthana, Steph. Milford Heath ; among cotton-grass oculatella, Zell. Haslemere ; in marshes among sedges equitella, Scop. Box Hill, Mickleham, Redhill, Reigate Hill, South London suburban gardens and cemeteries, among stonecrop fischerella, Zell. Common everywhere JEchmia. dentella, Stn. Sanderstead, Hasle- mere ; not very common Perittia obscuripunctella, Stn. Redhill, Rei- gate, Haslemere ; and probably all woods among honeysuckle Antispila pfeifferella, Fab. Reigate, Dorking, Guildford ; on chalk downs treitschkiella, Fisch. Nutfeld, Croydon, Mickleham, Reigate, Dorking ; on chalk downs among dogwood, like the last species Tinagma sericeella, Haw. Redhill, and gener- ally in woods ; abundant at Haslemere stanneella, Fisch. Redstone Wood resplendella, Dougl. Redhill, Reigate, Haslemere, Hindhead ; in swampy places among alder Douglasia ocnerostomella, Stn. Reigate, Dorking, Mickleham, Box Hill ; prob- ably everywhere on the chalk among viper's bugloss Argyresthia ephippella, Fab. Widely distri- buted, including the South London suburbs, about cherry and hawthorn nitidella, Fab. Common everywhere in hedges semitestacella, Curt. Redhill, Reigate, Mickleham, Sanderstead, Milford ; local among beech spiniella, Zell. Haslemere ; very local albistria, Haw. Common everywhere about blackthorn conjugella, Zell. Reigate Hill, Haslemere ; among mountain ash semifusca, Haw. Haslemere, not common ; once at Reigate Hill mendica, Haw. Redhill, Haslemere ; rather local among blackthorn glaucinella, Zell. Redstone Wood ; either abundant, or quite absent, in different years retinella, Zell. Common any where among birch abdominalis, Zell. Croydon, Sanderstead, Mickleham ; on the downs among juniper dilectella, Zell. Reigate Hill, Mickleham, Sanderstead,Haslemere ; in juniper bushes on the downs and also in gardens andereggiella, Fisch. Haslemere ; in old orchards, very local curvella, Linn. Redstone, Reigate, Guild- ford, Haslemere, South London suburbs ; probably everywhere among apple trees sorbiella, Tr. Mickleham, Reigate Hill, scarce pygmeella, Hb. Generally distributed and common among sallow goedartella, Linn. Generally abundant among alder ; and in South London among birch brockeella, Hb. Widely distributed among alder and birch arceuthina, Zell. Reigate, Dorking, Croy- don, Sanderstead, Mickleham praecocella, Zell. Reigate Hill, Betch- worth Hill, Sanderstead, Croydon, Mickle- ham ; among juniper aurulentella, Zell. In the same places and also on Hydon Heath ; among juniper Cedestis farinatella, Zell. Gomshall, Churt, Milford Heath ; among fir Ocnerostoma, piniariella, Zell. Generally distributed in Scotch fir plantations ; very abundant at Shirley Zelleria insignipennella, Stn. Mickleham, Redstone, Hydon Heath, Buckland Hill, among yew and juniper Gracilaria swederella, Thunb. ; alchimiella, Scop. In all oak woods stigmatella, Fab. Generally distributed, including South London ; among poplar 146
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