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A. hortensis, Marsh. A. chrysanthemi, Msh. (Bred from Aphid in Essex—Beaumont.) A. matricariee, Hai.—Doubtless common, but unlocalised. [Many at Gosfield, Essex.] A. arundinis, Hai. A. cardui, Msh.—Doubtless abundant: feeding on Parsnip-flower. A. salicis, Hai. A. exiguus, Hai. A. scabiosce, Msh.—Very rarely noticed : on sands at Corton, &c. A. leucopterus, Hai. A. brassicce, Hai.—Abundant: Potters bridge, Monks Soham, &c. A. fabarum, Marsh. A. ambiguus, Hai. A. dauci, Marsh. A. polygoni, Marsh. A. absinthii, Msh.—Doubtless very common : at Easton Broad. A. euphorbia, Msh.—Common everywhere, Brandon in May, &c. A. lychnidis, Marsh. A. cerasi, Msh.—Swept in marshes only once : Henstead, July. A. acalephae, Marsh. A. callipteri, Marsh. Dyscritus planiceps, Msh. D. Suffolcensis, Morley.—I have described this new species to Science from Brandon and Lakenheath. Total is 391 Suffolk species of Braconidse, out of 694 in THIS British List



[The British species of this interesting family are sadly in need of reVision. Marshall's 1872 Catalogue enumerates six kinds, ofwhich the two Evanice are no more than introductions from abroad and, in the course of a half-century's collecting, I have seen nothing like either or Fcenus erythrostomus, Dahl. T h e other two Fcenus are ubiquitous and I possess Hyptia minuta„ With the completion of this computation of our Hymenoptera, it may , w e U t o succinctly state that well over E I G H T AND A H I L F T H O U S A N D insects are now specifically recorded from Suffolk. This is a satisfactory increase of nearly a thousand beyond the figures (Trans, i, P . 10) known the tlme of this Society's inception ; and may be shown thus : — 1929 1937 Coleoptera . . 2052 2112 (Trans, iii, 186). Hemiptera . . 602 646 ( „ ii, 170). Orthoptera 26 28 ( „ ü, 170). Neuroptera.. 164 208 ( „ iii, 96 & 200). Lepidoptera 1356 1505 (Memoir 1937). Diptera 1857 1919 (Trans, iii, pt. 3). Hymenoptera 2090 2255 ( „ iii, 248). INSECTS



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