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Ccenopachys Hartigi, Ratz.—Monks Soham at Fossor's holes, 1920. (Bred from Tomicus bidens.) Histeromerus mystacinus, Wsm. (Bred from Leptura scutellata. In Bombi-nests, Dover.) Dendrosoter proterans, Nees ( E M M . 1933, p. 153). HORMIIDES.

Chremylus rubiginosus, Nees.—Abundant on Monks Soham windows only, 1911-32. Hormius moniliatus, Nees.—Rare in T u d d e n h a m Fen. [Gretna Scotland, August 1930 (Murray)]. EXOTHECIDES.

Phänomens fragilis, Hai.—Common in woods in May : Assington. P. dimidiata, Nees. Xenarcha lustrator, Hai.—Apparently not rare in woods: Assington, Brandon, &c. Bathystomus funestus, Hai. Rhysipolis meditator, Hai. Rhvssalus indagator, Hai—Occasional: Assington and Monks Soham, May and October. R. clavator, Hai. Colastes decorator, H a i — N o t noticed since a male occurred Bentley Woods, 1900. C. hariolator, Hai. C. braconius, Hai.—A very common species : Ipswich windows. Oncophanes lanceolator, Nees.—Bred from Micro-Lepidoptera at Monks Soham. SPATHIIDES.

Spathius rubidus, Rossi.—Found at Tostock, on 7 Sept. (Tuck). S. exarator, L i n n . — T h e beneficial parasite of the Death Watch ; a b u n d a n t : Stuston, &c. HECABOLIDES.

Hecabolus sulcatus, Curt.—The abundant parasite of Ptilimis. Synodus caesus, Nees. (New to Britain : bred by M r . Donisthorpe f r o m Beetles). Euchasmus exiguus, Marsh. PAMBOLIDES.

Pambolus mirus, Rth. RHOGADIDES

(cf. Entom. 1916, p. 83).

Heterogamus dispar, Curt.—Males swept after dark, Fen ; and at light at Fritton, August. Pelecystoma lutea, Nees. Rhogas grandis, Gir. R. cruentus, Nees.


The Hymenoptera of Suffolk: Final Part  
The Hymenoptera of Suffolk: Final Part