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INSECTS (continue/I) Bradley, H. W.Ellis, etc.); Hampton- in-Arden, Marston Green (G. W. Wynn) ; Rugby = Overslade, etc. (Rugby lists) ; Atherstone (C. Baker). Agrotis putris, L. Not common. Knowle (R. C. Bradley) ; Rugby = Overslade, Waveley Wood near Stoneleigh, etc. (Rugby lists) ; Atherstone (C. Baker) Wolford (W. C. E. Wheeler) ; Whitchurch (Worcestershire side, L. C. Keighley-Peach) exclamationis, L. Very common every- where nigricans, L. Knowle (W. G. Blatch, R. C. Bradley) ; Hampton-in-Arden (a few in 1900, G. W. Wynn) ; Rugby (N. V. Sidgwick, etc., Rugby lists) ; Atherstone (C. Baker) ; Bir- mingham (very rare, R. C. R. Jordan, E.M.M., October, 1888) tritici, L. Very rare. Hampton-in- Arden (two in 1 900, G. W. Wynn) ; Rugby (one doubtful record); is given by F. Enock (List, 1869) as com- mon, but that must have been an error - tritici, L., var. aquilina, Hb. Very rare. N. V. Sidgwick records one from Rugby obelisca, Hb. This species, usually, I believe, associated with the sea coast, occurs in Sutton Park, where a few specimens have been taken by P.W. Abbott and G. W. Wynn corticea, Hb. Rare with us. Mar- ston Green ; Lapworth ; Hampton-in- Arden (G. W. Wynn); Rugby = Overslade, etc. (Rugby lists) ypsilon, Rott. (suffusa, Hb.) Not common. Sutton (P. W. Abbott) ; Knowle (W. G. Blatch, W. Kiss) ; Hampton-in-Arden (one in 1900, G. W. Wynn) ; Rugby = Overslade, etc. (Rugby lists) ; Atherstone (C. Baker) ; Birmingham (very rare, R. C. R. Jordan, E.M.M., October, 1888) segetum, Schiff. Common everywhere saucia, Hb. Not common. Sutton (P. W. Abbott); Knowle (W. G. Blatch, W. Kiss); Small Heath (H. Taylor) ; Rugby = Overslade, etc. (Rugby lists) prasina, F. (herbida, Hb.) Not common. Knowle (W. G. Blatch) ; Hay Woods (Blatch Coll.) ; Rugby = Frankton Wood, etc. (Rugby lists) ; Atherstone (C. Baker), and I believe it has occurred in Sutton Park Tn.iFiN.ffi (continued) Pachnobia rubricosa, F. Common through- out the county Charaeas graminis, L. Not uncommon. Sutton (C. J. Wainwright, etc.) ; Knowle (R. C. Bradley, W. Kiss, etc.); Rughy = Overslade, etc. (Rugby lists) ; Atherstone (C. Baker) ; Wol- ford (common in a few spots, W.C. E. Wheeler) Epineuronia popularis, F. Not common, but occurs in every list cespitis, F. Not common. Knowle (W. G. Blatch, R. C. Bradley) ; Tardley (H. Taylor) ; Wolford W. C. E. Wheeler) ; Atherstone (C. Baker) ; Pershore Road, Birmingham (J. T. Fountain) Mamestra advena, F. Very rare. Rugby = Overslade, etc. (J. M. Furness, etc., Rugby lists) ; Wolford (W. C. E. Wheeler). I know of no other re- cords tincta, Brahm. Very rare ; the only record I have is Knowle (W. G. Blatch) nebulosa, Hufn. Common throughout the county brassicas, L. Very common every- where persicariae, L. Common, particularly so in gardens oleracea, L. Common everywhere genistae, Bkh. Not common. Knowle (W. G. Blatch, R. C. Bradley, etc.); Kingswood (G. H. Kenrick) ; Rugby (Rugby list, 1886 only); Atherstone (C. Baker) ; Sutton (F. Enock, Sat. Guide, but no recent record, C. j.W.) dissimilis, Knoch. Rare. Small Heath (H. Taylor) ; Rugby = Overslade, Brandon Woods, etc. (Rugby lists) ; Atherstone (C. Baker) thalassina, Rott. Common everywhere contigua, Vill. Not common ; gener- ally taken singly in the larval stage. I have a number of records from Sutton, also from Hampton-in-Arden (G. W. Wynn) ; Knowle (W. G. Blatch Coll.); Rugby (Rugby list, 1888 only) pisi, L. Common everywhere trifolii, Rott. (chenopodii, F.) Rare. Rugby (N. V. Sidgwick) ; Overslade (J. M. Furness, Rugby list, 1892) ; also is mentioned in Blatch Cat. as occurring at Knowle ; there is how- ever no specimen in the Blatch collection glauca, Hb. Rare. The only certain 135