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L. sulphurifera, Gr.—Hardly rarer than the last species. L. femorata, Hlg.—Not in frequent on Monks Soham windows. L. variabilis, Hlg.—Not very common : Staverton Thicks, Monks Soham, etc. L. trochanteralis, Schm.—Common in woods: Letheringham, Ashfield, etc. L. deversor, Gr.—Occasionally singly in woods: Staverton, Bentley, etc. L. carbonaria, Hlg.—A male in Bentley Woods on 7 July 1917. L. transversa, Bdg.—Common : Harleston, Bentley, Mariesford. L. segmentator, Fab.—A female in Assington Thicks in May. L. nigridens, Th.—Probably common : Barton Mills in June 1916. L. errabunda, Hlg.—Rarer than in south England: Bentley Woods. L. dubia, Hlg.—Apparently rare: Brandon on 11 August 1906. Meniscus setosus, Frc.—Bury (Wrattislaw: in Hope Coli., Oxford). M. catenator, Pz.—Certainly rare with us : Barnby Broad in 1906. Alloplasta murina, Gr.—Not very common : Framlingham, Debenham, Monks Soham. A. plantaria, Gr.—Bury (Wrattislaw: in coli. Morley). Phytodiatus polyzonias, Forst.—Rare; swept at Dunwich on 7 August, 1900. P. corypheeus, Gr.—Tostock (Tuck), Clare-Stoke, Barton Mills. P. ornatus, Dsv.—Elveden onflowersduring May, 1906. P. geniculatus, Th.—One male in Barton Mills woods in July. P. obscurus, Dsv.—Brandon, Bentley Woods and Barnby Broad. Syzeuctus bicornis, Gr.—The sole localised British example is a male, taken at Bury St. Edmunds, Suffolk, on 16 July, 1901 bv the late Mr. W. H. Tuck (in coli. Morley). Procinetus decirnator, Gr.—One female on Falmers Heath, Brandon, where the Longicorn Molorchus minor, Linn., occurs, on 16 May, 1930. Lampronota caligata, Gr.—Less common with us than the next. L. melancholica, Gr.—Not very frequent: Mildenhall, east Denham, etc. Acanitus arator, Rssi.—In marshes, very rare: Tuddenham Fen on 29 August, 1902. Collyria calcitrator, Gr.—Abundant about corn-lands everywhere. C. puncticeps, Th.—Tostock (Tuck). Lavenham, Mildenhall, etc. Arotes albicinctus, Gr.—One ' captured near Lowestoft' (Ent. Annual 1859, p. 112). (Edematopsis scabricula, Gr.—Not rare: Gorleston, bred 1936 (Moore); Finbro, Brandon and at light at Monks Soham. [Obs.—(Ed. Ops, Morl. 1908 = Neliopisthus (Thomson) elegans, Ruthe 1855]. Thymaris pulchricornis, Brsh.—Rarely noted : Tuddenham Feil and Brandon.

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