HYMENOPTERA OF SUFFOLK.
S. rubicundus, Hag.—Cornard mere, 1925 (Harwood), many of both sexes at Copdock (Hocking). S. dimidiatus, Hag.—Copdock (Hocking), Claydon, Ipswich, Brandeston, Hoxne, Frostenden. S. affinis, Hag.—Ubiquitous. Halictus rubicundus, Chr.—Common : Dunwich (Blair) etc H. A-cinctus, Fab.—Blakenham Parva on 7 Sept (Kirbv • cf. Smith's Bees Gt. Brit., 27). H. xanthopus, Kirb.—Copdock (Hocking), Bradley Magna, Brandon, Brandeston, Frostenden. H. leucozonius, Sehr.—Dunwich (Blair), Southwold, Benacre, Covehithe, Fordley, Felixstow. H. sonulus, Sm. A female at Hollesley on 4 August 1899 (Hocking) : quite rare with us. H. \-notatus, Kirb.—Abundant. H. leevigatus, Kirb.—Not found here since first described, from Barham by K i r b v : tili a female was taken in Wangford Warren, near Brandon on 31 Mav, 1929 y (Morley). ' H. 6-notatus, Kirb.—Corton, 1925 (Blair); Barham. One on Angelica-Üower at Staverton in Butley, August 1917. H. prasinus, Sm.—Brandon, Tostock. Taken at T u d d e n h a m in June by Nurse ( E M M . 1907, p. 67). H. cylindricus, Fab.—Ubiquitous. H. albipes, Kirb.—Hardly rarer than the last. H. pauxillus, Schk.—Very rarely found : on Scabious-flower in Blythburgh Wood, 1914. H. fulvicornis, Kirb. (subfasciatus, Suff. Cat.).—Tostock (Tuck) Cavenham ( E M M . 1907, 67). H. Freygessneri, Alfk.—Both sexes at N. Cove and Gunton 1923 (cf. E M M . 1906, p. 201). H. villosulus, Kirb.—Abundant. H. lanis, Kirb.—Barham and Nacton, taken by Kirby. N o t found here later. H. puncticollü, Mor.—Very rare : a Single female at Framlingham 5 15 June 1922. H. brevieeps, Saund.—Two females near Copdock in 1899 ( E M M xxxvi, p. 46). H. deeipiens, Perk.—Co-types of this New Species are from Suffolk (loc. cit. 1913, p. 63). "• Punctatissimus, Schk.—Lowestoft (Tuck), Southwold Barton Mills, Brandon, Martlesham. 11 • mtidiusculus, Kirb. ™nutus, Kirb. All quite common. minutissimus, Kirb. J H. tumulorum, Linn.—Distinctly local: Rushford, Monks Soham, framlingham, Lakenheath, etc. Q
Published on Dec 21, 2016