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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

The Hymenoptera of Suffolk: Part ii  
The Hymenoptera of Suffolk: Part ii