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A HISTORY OF WARWICKSHIRE MOMPHINJE (continued) Sutton (R. C. Bradley) ; Rugby (N. V. Sidgwick) Blastodacna Hellerella, Dup., var. atra, Haw. Knowle (R. C. Bradley); Rugby J. M. Furness, Rugby list, 1894) Mompha (Laverna) propinquella, Stt. Rugby Quly 31, 1898, N. V. Sidg- wick) Chrysoclista linneella, Cl. Sutton (R. C. Bradley) Spuleria aurifrontella, Hb. Knowle, Moseley (R. C. Bradley) Psacaphora Schranckella, Hb. Sutton, Knowle (R. C. Bradley) HELIOZEUN^: Heliozela sericiella, Haw. Sutton, Knowle (R. C. Bradley) ; Rugby (N. V. Sidgwick, Rugby list, 1897) CoLEOPHORIRffl Coleophora laricella, Hb. Sutton, common and destructive (R. C. Bradley) lutipennella, Z. Rugby (July 30, 1896, N. V. Sidgwick) gryphipennella, Bouch. Knowle, Sut- ton (R. C. Bradley) - viminetella, Z. Knowle (R. C. Bradley) fuscedinella, Z. - nigricella, Stph. Sutton (R. C. Brad- ley ; Rughy (G. B. LongstafF, Rugby list, 1867) - discordella, Z. Knowle (R. C. Bradley) - anatipennella, Hb. Knowle (R. C. Bradley, at 'light,' July 23, 1886) - caespititiella, Z. Everywhere. Knowle, etc. (R. C. Bradley) ELACHISTIN^E Elachista albifrontella, Hb. Sutton, Knowle (R. C. Bradley) ; Overslade (J. M. Furness, Rugby list, 1894) - luticomella, Z. Sutton (R. C. Bradley); Newbold = Rugby (J. M. Furness, Rugby list, 1894) - atricomella, Stt. Sutton (R. C. Bradley) - monticola, Wck.-Hein. Knowle (R. C. Bradley) - nigrella, Haw. Sutton (R. C. Bradley) - megerlella, Stt. - rufocinerea, Haw. Knowle (R. C. Bradley) ; Rugby = Overslade, etc. (Rugby lists) - argentella, Cl. (cyanipennella, Hb.) Knowle (R. C. Bradley); Rugby = Overslade, etc. (Rugby lists) GRACILARIIDjE GRACILARIINJE Gracilaria alchimiella, Sc. Knowle (R. C. Bradley) ; Sutton Park (Blatch Cat.) ; Rugby (Rugby lists) GRACILARIIN/E (continued) Gracilaria stigmatella, F. Knowle (R. C. Bradley) elongella, L. Knowle (R. C. Bradley) Stramineella, Stt., which Rebel sinks as a form of this species, is recorded from Sutton (R. C. Bradley) syringella, F. Common everywhere (R. C. Bradley). The black form of this insect seems to be peculiarly a Birmingham insect. It is common at Edgbaston, and has already been re- ferred to in various places by Dr. Jordan and others (see E.M.M. Oct. 1888). Mr. G. T. Bethune- Baker tells me that although this form occurs in several places in Edgbaston, yet in Clarendon Road it is confined to one side of the road only. He lived for many years on one side, and the variety was common with the type there ; since then he has lived for several years on the other side, and finds there the type without the variety, although the variety is still to be seen in its old quarters as of old. This is a very curious case of extreme localization of a form, and doubtless to some ex- tent explains the fact that it does not occur outside the county Ornix guttea, Haw. Knowle (R. C. Bradley) anglicella, Stt. Rugby (N. V. Sidgwick, etc.) avellanella, Stt. Knowle (R. C. Bradley) torquillela, Z. LITHOCOLLETIN.S: Lithocolletis Cramerella, F. Knowle (R. C. Bradley) ; Rugby = Overslade, etc. (Rugby lists) alniella, Z. (alnifoliella, Dup.). Knowle (R. C. Bradley) spinolella, Dup. Sutton (R. C. Bradley) pomifoliella, Z. Rugby (N. V. Sidg- wick) and probably generally com- mon, but no one here has studied this genus properly, so that I cannot be sure which of the apple species occur with us sorbi, Frey. Rugby (N. V. Sidgwick, April 22, 1898, named by Mr. C. G. Barrett) faginella, Z. Knowle, Moseley (R. C. Bradley) quercifoliella, Z. Sutton, Knowle (R. C. Bradley) ; Small Heath (Blatch Coll.); Rugby = Overslade, etc. (Rugby lists) messaniella, Z. Moseley (R. C. Bradley) corylifoliella, Haw. Knowle (R. C. Bradley) 156