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140 THE HYMENOPTERA OF SUFFOLK. M. obscurus, Westw.—Many at Tostock (Tuck); house-windows at Monks Soham. M. obsoletus, Fab.—In nests of the above Megachile centu Ashfield Parva, Monks Soham. Oligosthenus Stigma, Fab.—Tostock in 1902 (Tuck); man bred at Bentley Woods from galls of Rhodites rosa. Megastigmus dorsalis, Fab.—Common : Lowestoft den Wenhaston, Easton Broad, etc. M. pictus, Fst.—Frequent: Herringswell Fen, Southwold, Monks Soham, etc. Torymus bedeguaris, L. —Abundant on Heracleum-Üo Monks Soham, etc. T. chloromerus, Wik.—Southwold, Bentley, Rendlesham : doubtless common. T. curtus, Wik.—Monk Park and Bentley woods ; frequent on lime in Monks Soham garden. T. dauci, Wik.—Swept from reeds in Buss Creek at Southwold, late in 1907. T. erucarum, Sehr.—Rarely taken wild on umbelliferous flower-heads. T. exilis, Wik.—Noticed only in Bentley Woods in autumn. T.flavipes,Wik—On umbells at Claydon bridge and Mildenhall in August. T. geranii, Wik. (glechomae, Fst.).—Doubtless common in Ground Ivy. T. nigricornis, Fab. (regius, Nees).—Abundant in galls of above Cynips Kollari. T. roboris, Wik. (nobilis, Boh.).—Tostock (Tuck) ; Barnby Broad, Judes bridge, Bentley, etc. T. viridiameus, Wik.—Rarely seen ; Tostock (Tuck), Mettingham in October. Lioterphus nitidulus, Wik.—Not rare about Ipswich : Foxhall Ormvrus sericeus, Nees.—Swept at Palmers Heath in Brandon on 22 June, 1914. Eupelminus excavatus, Dalm.—Rarely swept: at Blakenha Parva in September, 1897. Eupelmus DeGeeri, Dalm.—Not rare : Monks Soham in 190 (Newbery), Monewden, Corton, Kessingland, Mildenhall, Letheringham ; Sizewell denes by sea on 18 September. Microterys tessellatus, Dalm.—Abundant all over the Breck Spruce fir: W. Stow, 1936. Cerapterocerus mirabilis, Westw.—Southwold, July 1 (Saunders) ; Blythburgh heath in rabbit-hole, 20 September. Comys Szvederi, Dalm—Rarely swept at Wherstead and Tuddenham in July. Dinocarsis hemiptera, Dalm.—Tuddenham Fen and Covehithe Broad in August. Choreia inepta, Dalm.—Rarely seen, in July : Barton Mills and Felixstow marshes.

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