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rapax, Gr.—Dunwich, ex Oxyptilus teucrii, June 1926 (Blair). ruficincta, Gr.—Barham oak-wood (Sparke), Finborough Park. ccedator, Gr.—Uncommon : marshes at Bramford, Tuddenham. tricincta, Hlg.—Rare : Tostock (Tuck), Tuddenham Fen. inquinata, Hlg.—Apparently very rare : Lakenheath in June. coxalis, Brsh.—Certainly occurs. [Known in Norfolk and Essex.]. A. Brischkei, Bdg.—Once beaten from birch at Tuddenham. Holoeremma clandestina, Hlg.—Uncommon : Mariesford and Bentley Woods. H. argentata, Gr.—Tostock (Tuck), exPteronus ribesii at Sudbury (Harwood), &c. Pristomerus vulnerator, Pz.—Eriswell (Elliott), Tostock (Tuck), west Suffolk (Nurse), Monks Soham bred tx C. pomonana. Schizoloma amicta, Fab.—Apparently very rare : Ipswich in 1893. Anomalon cerinops, Gr.—A pair on Atigelica-flowers at Claydon. A. bellicosum, Wsm.—Rare in Bentley Woods during May. Labrorychus nigricorms, Wsm.—Not rare, flving among birch. L. clandestinus, Gr.—Rare on birch : Tuddenham Fen and Bentley. L tenuicornis, Gr.—Common in woods at Bentley, Assington. Schisoloma amicta, Fab.—Apparently very r a r e : Ipswich, 1893. Anomalon cerinops, Gr.—A pair on Angelica-ftowers at Claydon. A. bellicosum, Wsm.—Rare in Bentley Woods during May. Labrorychus nigricornis, Wsm.—Not rare, among birch in May. L. clandestinus, Gr.—Rare on birch : Tuddenham Fen &c. L. tenuicornis, Gr.—Common in woods at Bentley, Assington. L. debilis, Wsm.—On F<eniculum vulgare flowers at Alderton. Agrypon anomelas, Gr.—Apparently quite rare : Ipswich in 1894. A. variitarsum, Gr.—No commoner : Bentley Woods, May 1902. A. nigripss, Bdg.—A single male taken at Bentley with the last. A. canaliculatum, Hlg.—Bred in west Suffolk early in May 1911 (Nurse) ; Brampton Wood, June 1932. A. ßaveolatum, Gr.—Abounds in every oak-wood, on Thecla quercus, &c ; Monks Soham garden, flies to light. A. anxium, Wsm.—Uncommon in Bentley Woods and Assington. Ophion Mocsarii, Brns.—Light at Monks Soham, 6 Sept. 1920. O. luteus, L.—Abundant everywhere ; at light at Monks Soham, &c. O. calcaratus, Morley.—Ipswich (Platten), Tostock (Tuck). O. distans, Th.—Tuddenham (Elliott), Aldeburgh (Tuck). O. parvulus, Kr.—Woods : Assington, Bentley in 1926, Barham. O. forticornis, Morley.—Known i n t h e w o r l d o n l y from Felixstow. O. stigmaticus, Morley.—West Suffolk (Nurse), Walberswick. O. longigena, Th.—On Heracleum-Üowers, Southwold cliffs. O. longicornis, Brns.—One female bred at Monks Soham in June. O. scutellaris, Th.—Abundant : Brandon (Elliott), Monks Soham. O. brevicornis, Morley.—Type captured in Bentley Woods (E. W. Platten).

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