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N ruficornis Linn. , ßoth common. N. bifida, Thms. > N. bucephalce, Perk. Tr. Ent. Soc. 1919, p. 314.—A female Aying at oak-stool, Bentley Woods, 25 May, 1935. N. borealis, Zett.—Occasionally in Bentley Woods, etc. N. ochrostoma, Kirb. N flavoguttata, Kirb. All of frequent occurrence. N. furva, Panz. J N. lateralis, Panz.—Somewhat rare at Bentley Woods and and Stuston in May. N. Fabriciana, Linn.—Uncommon : Framlingham, Monewdon, Coddenbam and Bentley Woods. N. ferruginata, Kirb.—One female in Hieracium pilosella flower, Stuston Common, 6 May 1922. Epeolm productus, Thms. , N e i t h e r u n c o m m o n a m o n g Calletes. E. rufipes, Thms. > Ceratina cyanea, Kirb.—Extremely local: Nayland, rare (Harwood, E M M . 1884, p. 213). A dozen examples in Shrubland Park on 5 and 23 July, 1923. Chelostoma florisomne, L.—Has become curiously abundant everywhere since 1899. C. campaniilarum, Kirb.—Quite rare : Barham, Brandon, Tostock, Rushbrook, Copdock (Hocking). Coelioxys conoidea, III. (Vectis: delete Tuck's 1899 record). Timworth, one in 1911 (Nurse). C. 4-dentata, Linn.—Copdock (Hocking), Needham (Platten), Mildenhall, Southwold, Bentley. C. rufescens, Lep.—Copdock (Hocking); not rare about Brandon and Blythburgh. C. elongata, Lep.—Scattered everywhere: Dunwich (Blair), Parham (Vinter), etc. C. acuminata, Nyl.—Uncommon: Monks Soham garden, Bentley Woods, Tuddenham Fen. Megachile maritima, Kirb.—Suffolk (Samouelle, 1819) ; Tuddenham, 1901 (Blair); Copdock (Hocking); Sizewell, 1936 and Frostenden. M. Willoughbiella, Kirb.—Scattered everywhere. M. circumcincta, Lep.—Nayland (Harwood), Dunwich, Southwold, Brandeston, Redgrave, Bentley. M. ligneseca, Kirb. -| M. centuncularis, L. V Generally distributed. M. versicolor, Sm. J M. argentata, Fab.—Still common at its Felixstow site, despite building encroachment. Osmia rufa, Linn. 1 Common O. ccerulescens,

O. Leaiana,

L.

K. (fulviventris, Suff. Cat).

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J

everywhere.

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