INSECTS LARENTIIN.* (continued) Asthena candidata, Schiff. Common everywhere in woods Tephroclystia oblongata, Thnbg. (centau- reata [S.V.] F.) Not common. Knowle (R. C. Bradley, etc.); Hampton-in-Arden, Yardley (G. W. Wynn) ; Rugby = Overslade, Frankton, etc. (Rugby lists) ; Ather- stone (C. Baker) ; Wolford (W. C. E. Wheeler) linariata (S.V.), F. Not common. Knowle (W. G. Blatch) ; given in Knock's list 1869 as common, which it is not now anyway pulchellata, Stph. Not uncommon. Marston Green (G. W. Wynn) ; Button (R. C. Bradley) ; Knowle (Blatch Coll.) ; Rugby (Rugby list 1888 only) ; Edgbaston (R. C. R. Jordan, E.M.M. iv. 186) indigata, Hb. Fairly common in Sutton Part, and also recorded by Mr. N. V. Sidgwick in Rugby list 1859 venosata, F. Not common. Sutton (P. W. Abbott, etc.) ; Rugby (Rugby lists) ; and is given in Knock's list, 1870 assimilata, Gn. Common in gardens on currant bushes round Birming- ham ; also recorded from Atherstone (C. Baker) ; Rugby = Overslade (J. M. Furness, Rugby list, 1895) absinthiata, Cl. F. Enock gives it in his 1869 list as common, and it occurs in several Rugby lists, but I know of no capture myself Goossensiata, Mab. (minutata, Gn.) I have a specimen which I reared from amongst some Sutton larvs vulgata, Haw. Common every- where lariciata, Frr. Common in fir woods. Sutton (C. J. W., etc.) ; Rugby (Rugby list, 1867 only); Knowle (Blatch Coll.) ; Frankton Wood, Cawston Spring (G. B. Longstaffj E.M.M. iii. 138) castigata, Hb. Fairly common. Sut- ton (C. J. W., R. C. Bradley, etc.) ; Knowle (R. C. Bradley) ; Rugby = Brandon Woods, etc. (Rugby lists) subnotata, Hb. Enock says common in his 1869 list, but I do not know of any capture, though I expect it would prove not uncommon if looked for satyrata, Hb. Knowle (W. G. Blatch) ; Rugby (N. V. Sidgwick, Rugby list, I M5 LARENTIINVE (continued) 1888) ; Atherstone (C. Baker). Com- mon (F. Enock, List, 1869) Tephroclystia succenturiata, L. Enock (List, 1869) says common, but I do not think it is ; my only record is in the Rugby lists, where it is given by Rev. J. M. Furness subfulvata, Haw. Not uncommon. Is recorded from Tardley, Hampton-in- Arden (G. W. Wynn) ; Sutton (P. W. Abbott) ; Knowle (R. C. Bradley) ; Rugby (N. V. Sidgwick, Rugby lists) ; Atherstone (C. Baker) plumbeolata, Haw. Not common. Sutton (G. W. Wynn, R. C. Brad- ley) ; ? Rugby (Rugby list, 1898 only) ; Moseley (R. C. Bradley = ? Warwickshire) nanata, Hb. Common at Sutton and probably wherever the Calluna grows ; only recorded however from Hampton-in-Arden (G. W. Wynn) and Knowle (Blatch Coll.) [ innotata, Hufn. I have no record of the occurrence of the type more trustworthy than the Rugby School lists. The variety fraxinata, Crewe, however almost certainly occurs, though I have no certain Warwick- shire record. It is however common on ash trees in the suburbs of Bir- mingham at Handsworth, Moseley, etc., and I have no doubt also occurs on the Warwickshire side. I believe too that I have seen larvas on ash trees at Wylde Green] abbreviate, Stph. Seems to occur every- where in woods and to be fairly com- mon exiguata, Hb. Knowle (W. G. Blatch) ; Rugby = Overslade, etc. (Rugby lists several times = N. V. Sidgwick, J. M. Furness, etc.) sobrinata, Hb. Not common. Knowle (R. C. Bradley) ; Whitchurch (J. H. Bloom) ; Rugby = Overslade (Rugby list, J. M. Furness, 1892). (Food plant does not occur in this district = Rugby, N. V. Sidgwick) Chloroclystis coronata, Hb. Rare. Sutton (J. F. Perry) ; Wolford (W. C. E. Wheeler) ; Rugby = Overslade, etc. (Rugby lists) rectangulata, L. Common in gardens and orchards, etc. Phibalapteryx tersata (S.V.), Hb. The only record is one by Rev. J. M. Furness in the Rugby list for 1 893, and it needs confirmation 19
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