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As well as the various feature articles listed below, the following are regular features:

  • My Best Day (in which authors describe their most memorable day in the field)
  • My Garden (a look at some of the more interesting gardens around the country)
  • County Focus (a look at the landscape, conservation issues and species of a particular county)
  • News/Notes/Requests


New Edition

Issue 54 (2015)

 


Issue 54

  • Scarce Tortoisheshell Nymphalis xanthomelas Influx
  • Migrant Hawkers Aeshna mixta in 2014
  • Breeding Banded Pine Carpet Pungeleria capreolaria
  • Sclerocona acutellus Breeding on the Isle of Wight
  • Northern Dart Xestia alpicola

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Issue 53

  • An Introduction to the Gelechiid Moths of the British Isles
  • Druid Aedia funesta - New to Britain
  • Dropwing Dragonflies in the UK
  • Additions to the British Isles List of Lepidoptera Published in 2013
  • A Small Skipper Thymelicus sylvestris with Black Undersides of the Antennal Tips
  • Nicotiana and the Convolvulus Hawk-moth Agrius convolvuli
  • Surveys of Rannoch Sprawler Brachionycha nubeculosain Perthshire

    Moth Night 2013

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Issue 52: (Summer 2014) 

  • Long-tailed Blue Lampides boeticus in Britain in 2013
  • Top 10 Most Endangered Butterflies in Britain
  • Relocating Moth-trap Sites After 27 Years
  • Entomopathogenic Fungi
  • Potential for Southern Darter Sympetrum meridionale to Occur in Britain
  • Dispersal of Spruce Carpet Thera britannica
  • Scarce Tortoiseshell Nymphalis xanthomelas in Norfolk

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Issue 51: (Spring 2014)

  • Banded Pine Carpet Pungeleria capreolaria
  • Musotima nitidalis Early Stages in the Wild
  • Migrant Dragonflies in 2013
  • Rarer Immigrant and Adventive Moths in 2013
  • Pine Processionary Thaumetpoea pityocampa in Suffolk
  • Rosy Underwing Catocala electa Sightings in 2013
  • Reports from Coastal Stations

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Issue 50: (Autumn 2013) - Out Early January 2013!
Special celebratory issue

  • Top 10 Endangered Moths in Britain
  • Ashworth’s Rustic Xestia ashworthii
  • Dragonflies of Coto Donana
  • Introduction to Leaf-miners
  • Sightings of Musotima nitidalis in Southern England
  • Unusual Occurrences of Spruce Carpet Thera Britannica
  • Site Guide: Murlough NR, Co. Down

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    Issue 49: (Summer 2013)

    • The UK’s Top 10 Endangered Invertebrates
    • The British History of the Jersey Tiger Euplagia quadripunctaria
    • When did the Brown Argus Aricia aegestis Turn Blue?
    • Further Observations on Scotch Argus Erebia aethiops
    • Mating Behaviour of Gold Swift Phymatopus hecta and Ghost Moth Hepialus humuli
    • The Hazards of Moth-trapping
    • Additions and Changes to the British Isles List of Lepidoptera Published in 2012
    • Cinnabar Tyria jacobaea Survey in Scotland
    • Moth Night 2012

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    Issue 48: (Winter 2013)

    • Butterflies: a Photographer’s View
    • The Enigmatic Silurian Eriopygodes imbecilla: Recent Discoveries on the England-Wales Border
    • Annulet Charissa obscurata and Scotch Annulet Gnophos obfuscata Occupying the Same Site
    • Migrant Butterflies, Moths and Dragonflies in 2012
    • Breeding Southern Brindled Green Dryobotodes roboris
    • The Second British Record of White-lined Hawk-moth Hyles lineata

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    Issue 47: (Autumn 2012)

  • Fir Carpet Thera vetustata: a Species New to Britain
  • Arran Carpet Dysstroma concinnata: is it a Valid Species?
  • A Picture of Alderney
  • Stephens’ Gem Megalographa biloba: a New Species to Ireland
  • Scythris empetrella at a Second Scottish Site
  • Changes to the British Lepidoptera List Published During 2011
  • Changes in Mountain Ringlet Erebia epiphron Habitat with Altitude in Scotland,
  • Associations with Topography and Possible Effects of Climate Warming
  • A Tale of Three Grayling Hipparchia semele
  • Accumulations of Immigrant Moth Species in their Homelands

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  • Issue 46: (Summer 2012)

    • Large White-faced Darter Leucorrhinia pectoralis in Suffolk
    • Site Guide: Cape Clear Island
    • Separating Turnip Moth Agrotis segetum, Heart and Club A. clavis and Pearly Underwing Peridroma saucia
    • Acrolepiopsis betulella Rediscovered in Co. Durham
    • Observations of Scotch Argus Erebia aethiops in the Western Highlands 2011
    • A Selection of Invertebrates Closely Associated with Marsh Fritillary Euphydryas aurinia Habitat in Ireland
    • Moth Attractions: Blossoms versus Light-traps!!

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    Issue 45: (Winter 2012)

    • Rannoch Looper Itame brunneata – is it Breeding in Sussex?
    • The First British Record of Maize Wainscot Sesamia nonagrioides
    • The First British Record of the Tortricoid Moth Gravitarmata margarotana
    • National Moth Night 2010
    • Migrant Odonata and Lepidoptera in 2011
    • Reports from Coastal Stations, 2011

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    Issue 44: (Autumn 2011)

    • The Year of the Vagrant Emperor Hemianax ephippiger
    • An Early Season Trip to the Scottish Highlands and the Surprise Capture of a Conformist Lithophane furcifera
    • The First Breeding Record of Southern Migrant Hawker Aeshna affinis in the UK
    • Aethes rutilana at a Second Scottish Site
    • Notes on the Occurrence of Barea asbolaea in Cornwall
    • In Search of the Blind Peacock, an Aberrant Form of Inachis io
    • Elegia fallax - a Pyralid Moth new to Mainland Britain

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    Issue 43 (Summer 2011)

    • Artwork versus Photography
    • Range Expansion of European Dragonflies – the Appearance of African Species in Iberia
    • Close-focusing Binoculars for Insect Watchers
    • Bumblebee Conservation and Identification Challenges
    • Vagrant Emperor Hemianax ephippiger in Cornwall
    • Additions to the British Lepidoptera List Published in 2010
    • Attack and Defence: Observations on Behaviour in the Grayling Hipparchia semele
    • Moth Conservation at Butterfly Conservation
    • Key to British Scopariinae

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    Issue 42 (Winter 2011)

    • An Invasion of the Southern Migrant Hawker Aeshna affinis in 2010
    • The Dainty Damselfly Coenagrion scitulum in Kent
    • Castor Semi-looper Achaea janata: an Adventive Moth New to the British Isles and Europe
    • As Good as it Gets: Cape Clear Island
    • Migrants in 2010 and Reports from Coastal Stations
    • The Search for White Prominent Leucodonta bicoloria Larvae 2009
    • Half a Century on: Notes on Abundance of Nymphalid Butterflies in Robin Hood's Bay, North Yorkshire

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    Issue 41 (Autumn 2010)

    • Convolvulus Hawk-moths Agrius convolvuli in Eyemouth
    • The Distribution and Habitat of Mountain Ringlet Erebia epiphron in Scotland
    • Landguard Curved-ribbon Dinumma deponens at Landguard Bird Observatory, Suffolk
    • Moth Recording on South Uist
    • Moths Count: Outcomes and Outlook
    • Records of Exotic Odonata in Britain in 2010

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    Issue 40 (Summer 2010) Out Now

    • 2009: The Year of the Painted Lady Vanessa cardui
    • Further Research on the White Prominent Leucodonta bicoloria in Ireland
    • Rannoch Looper Itame brunneata in Southern England, 2009
    • Re-establishment of the Gypsy Moth Lymantria dispar in the UK
    • Lekking in Ghost Moth Hepialus humuli
    • Red Wing Venation in Darters
    • Raspberry Clearwing Pennisetia hylaeformis in Primocane Raspberries
    • National Moth Nights 2009
    • Garden Moth Scheme 2010

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    Issue 39 (Winter 2010)

    • Queen of Spain Fritillary Issoria lathonia Breeding in Sussex
    • Egyptian Bollworm Earias insulana in Northamptonshire
    • Globe Skimmer Pantala flavescens: the Greatest Migrant?
    • Brassy Waved Umber Menophra japygiara in Cornwall
    • Migrant Butterflies, Moths and Dragonflies in 2009
    • Painted Lady Vanessa cardui Aberrations

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    Issue 38 (Autumn 2009)

    • Jersey Mocha Cyclophora ruficiliaria Breeding in Cornwall
    • Rediscovery of Dainty Damselfly Coenagrion scitulum in Jersey
    • National Moth Night 2008
    • Silver-studded Blue Plebejus argus Staying True to its Foodplant
    • Willow Emerald Damselfly Lestes viridis in East Anglia
    • Mountain Moths in the Scottish Highlands
    • The Garden Moth Scheme 2003-2008
    • Some Moth Population Statistics from Arne, Dorset

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    Issue 37 (Spring 2009)

    • Pine-tree Lappet Dendrolimus pini - Friend or Foe?
    • Moth-trap Developments
    • Lepidoptera Pathogens
    • Winter Damselfly Sympecma fusca in Glamorgan
    • Detecting the Raspberry Clearwing Pennisetia hylaeiformis in the UK
    • Opogona omoscopa in Cleveland
    • Anatrachyntis badia Recorded in the Wild

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    Issue 36 (Winter 2008)

    • Sombre Brocade and Boxworm Moth - New to Britain
    • Largest Site and Garden Lists in the British Isles
    • Migrant Butterflies, Moths and Dragonflies in 2008
    • Western Conifer Seed Bug in Britain

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    Issue 35 (Autumn 2008)

    • The Rediscovery of the White Prominent Leucodonta bicoloria in Ireland in 2008
    • The Influx of the Camberwell Beauty Nymphalis antiopa to North-west Europe in 2006
    • Can a Butterfly Monitoring Protocol be Adapted to Monitor Populations of Hoverflies
    • Mysteries of Lepidoptera Migration Revealed by Entomological Radar
    • The Sandhill Rustic Luperina nickerlii: a Conservation Flagship
    • Defending the Bugs of West Thurrock Marshes
    • My Best Day by Bernard Skinner
    • The Feline Cerura erminea: a New Moth for Britain and the Channel Islands

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    Issue 34 (Spring 2008)

    • Identification of Emerald Damselflies Lestes spp.
    • The Winter Immigration of 2008
    • National Moth Night 2007
    • Identification of Peacock Moths
    • Tamarisk Plume Agdistis tamaricis: New to the Channel Islands
    • Successful colonisation by Barberry Carpet Pareulype berberata
    • Two Weeks in the Languedoc
    • Bordered Gothic Heliophobus reticulata hibernica in the Republic of Ireland

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    Issue 33 (Winter 2008)

    • Notes on the Continental Swallowtail Papilio machaon gorganus
    • Common Forest Looper Pseudocoremia suavis: A New Species to Britain
    • Willow Emerald Damselfly Lestes viridis in Suffolk
    • Occurrences of the Scarcer Moth Species in 2007
    • Migrant Dragonflies in 2007
    • Reports from Coastal Stations 2007

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    Issue 32 (Autumn 2007)

    • Revisions to the Moths Included Within the UK Biodiversity Action Plan
    • National Moth Night in The Netherlands
    • Captive Rearing of Netted Carpet Eustroma reticulatum
    • Odonata as Indicators of Climate Change
    • Naturalised Stick-insects in South-west England
    • Conogethes punctiferalis: a Moth New to Britain and Europe

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    Issue 31 (Spring 2007)

    • Silvery Gem Eucarta virgo and Shining Marbled Pseudeustrotia candidula: New to Britain
    • Wild Pre-Hibernation Larvae of the Silurian Eriopygodes imbecilla
    • Uresiphita reversalis: A Moth New to Britain and Europe?
    • Butterflies and Moths of Hungary
    • Separation of Knot Grass Acronicta rumicis and Scarce Dagger A. auricoma
    • The Impact of the Warming Trend on Lepidoptera Species in the UK
    • Spread of the Harlequin Ladybird Harmonia axyridis in Late 2006
    • Reintroduction of the Marsh Fritillary Euphydryas aurinia to Cumbria
    • National Moth Night 2006

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    Issue 30 (Winter 2006/2007)

    • American Painted Lady Vanessa virginiensis on the Isles of Scilly
    • Occurrences of the Rarer Immigrants Moths in 2006
    • Migrant Dragonflies in 2006
    • Conservation of the Dingy Skipper Erynnis tages and Grizzled Skipper Pyrgus malvae in the East Midlands
    • Sickle-bearing Bush-cricket Phaneroptera falcata
    • A Year to Remember in Lancashire
    • Reports from Coastal Stations 2006

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    Issue 29 (autumn 2006)

    • National Moth Night (and Day) 2005
    • National Moth Night in the Netherlands
    • Dragonflies and Damselflies at Artificial Light
    • Overwintering by Red Admiral Vanessa atalanta in Britain and North-west Europe
    • Fluctuation within Garden Tiger Arctia caja Populations

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    Issue 28 (COLOUR TENTH ANNIVERSARY EDITION)

    • Photographing Caterpillars
    • Discovery of the Rosy Marsh Moth Coenophila subrosea in South Cumbria
    • Forms of Lesser Emperor Anax parthenope
    • Survey of Pyrausta sanguinalis in Northern Ireland
    • The Changing Trends of Britain's Odonata
    • 1996-2006: Ten Years of Butterfly Recording, Monitoring and Conservation
    • The Mid-Cornwall Moors LIFE Project: Conservation of the Marsh Fritillary Euphydryas aurinia at Landscape Level
    • Distribution and Identification of the Harlequin Ladybird Harmonia axyridis
    • The Death's-head Hawk-moth Acherontia atropos in Italy

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    Issue 27 (Winter 2005)

    • The Welsh Clearwing Synanthedon scoliaeformis
    • The Source of Bizarre Tiger Moth Records in Sussex
    • The First British Record of Patton's Tiger Hyphoria testudinaria
    • Wild Larvae of The Silurian Eriopygodes imbecilla
    • Records of Mole Cricket Gryllotalpa gryllotalpa During 2005
    • 2005 Highlights and Reports from Coastal Stations

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    Issue 26 (Summer/Autumn 2005)

    • The Rothamsted Light-trap Network
    • High Altitude Observations of Scotch Argus Erebia aethiops
    • Captive Rearing of Tamarisk Peacock Chiasmia aestimaria
    • Some significant Discoveries from Jersey in 2004
    • Towards a Labour-saving Trap

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    Issue 25 (Spring 2005)

    • The History of Dusky Clearwing Paranthrene tabaniformis in Great Britain
    • The Distribution of the UK BAP Priority Moth Species
    • Natonal Moth Night (and Day) 2004
    • Scarlet Darters in Britain

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    Issue 24 (Winter 2004/2005)

    • Immigrant Catocalid species in 2004
    • The State of Moth Recording in Britain
    • The first British Records of Beautiful Marbled Eublemma purpurina
    • Scarce Swallowtail Ipichlides podalirius in Dorset
    • Recent Records of Mole Cricket Gryllotalpa gryllotalpa in Britain
    • Southern Emerald Damselfly Lestes barbarus at Sandwich Bay, Kent

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    Issue 23 (Summer/Autumn 2004)

    • Dragonfly Vernacular Names
    • Jersey Mocha Cyclophora ruficiliaria New to the British Isles
    • Species Profile: Brindled Ochre Dasypolia templi
    • American Painted Lady Vanessa virginiensis on St Mary's, Isles of Scilly
    • Cosmopterix pulchrimella Now Resident in Mainland Britain
    • Identification of Red Darters Sympetrum spp.
    • Impact of Coppicing Upon Scarce Hook-tip Sabra harpagula

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    Issue 22 (Spring 2004) Out Now

    • The Winter Immigration of 2004
    • National Moth Night 2003
    • Durham's Dragonflies
    • Forewing Laterality
    • Moth Photography: Down the Digital Road
    • Moth-trapping Etiquette
    • Splendid Brocade Lacanobia splendens - the first British Records

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    Issue 21 (Winter 2004)

    • Past Breeding Evidence of Willow Emerald Damselfly Chalcolestes viridis in Kent
    • Notes on the Distribution of Square-spotted Clay Xestia rhomboidea in the British Isles
    • An Update on Small Red-eyed Damselfly Erythromma viridulum at its First Known British Sites
    • Butterfly Islands
    • County Focus: Gloucestershire
    • Burnet Moths on the Isle of Mull
    • Rarer Immigrant Lepidoptera in 2003
    • Migrant Dragonflies in 2003
    • Reports from Coastal Stations

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    Issue 20 (Summer/Autumn 2003)

    • A Brief Review of the UKBAP Plan for Moths
    • Clancy's Rustic: The First British Record
    • Return of the Southern Damselfly to an Historic Site in Dorset
    • Separating Rosy Rustic and Butterbur
    • Discovery of the Large Cone-head on the Isles of Scilly
    • The Rosy Marsh Moth of Borth Bog
    • Digiscoping Insects

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    Issue 19 (Spring 2003)

    • Historical Status and potential Sources of Stephens' Gem Megalographa biloba
    • Small Red-eyed Damselfly Erythromma Viridulum Records in 2002
    • Difference Between Langmaid's Yellow Underwing Noctua janthina and Lesser Broad-bordered Yellow Underwing N.janthe
    • Scarce Blackneck Lygephila Craccae
    • National Moth Night 2002
    • Influx of Camberwell Beauty Aglais antiopa to North-West Europe in 1995

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    Issue 18 (Winter 2003)

    • Southern Emerald Damselfly Lestes barbarus: The First British Record
    • The Latin Callopistria juventina in Dorset: the third British Record
    • Migrant Butterfly, Moth and Dragonfly reports for 2002
    • National Moth Night 2003 and the UK Biodiversity Action Plan
    • The Last of the Great Traps
    • My Worst Day

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    Issue 17 (August 2002)

    • The history and status of Large Tortoiseshell Aglais polychloros
    • Dragonflies: Ancient animals under threat
    • The hunt for the Southern Oak Bush-cricket Meconema meridionale
    • Searching for Sandhill Rustic Luperina nickerlii
    • Status of Pale Clouded Yellow Colias hyale on the Dengie Peninsula
    • Key To Pugs
    • Square-spotted Clay Xestia rhomboidea

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    Issue 16 (April 2002)

    • Identification and status of American Painted Lady Vanessa virginiensis in the British Isles
    • Thorn identification
    • Grass Webworm Herpetogramma licarsisalis - the second British record
    • National Moth Night 2001
    • Clearwing recording during 2001
    • Southern Skimmer Orthetrum brunneum
    • Agrotis graslini - New to the Channel Islands

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    Issue 15 (January 2002)

    • Range expansion of Small Red-eyed Damselfly Erythromma viridulum
    • Southern Skimmer Orthetrum brunneum on Guernsey
    • Second brood Silver-studded Blue Plebejus argus
    • Dioryctria sylvestrella: New to Britain and Ireland
    • Observations on False Mocha Cyclophora porata
    • Migrant summaries and coastal reports for 2001

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    Issue 14 (August 2001)

    • Jubilee Fan-foot Herminia lunalis in Dorset: the second British record
    • The Sussex perspective to the national biodiversity action plan for the Waved Carpet Hydrelia sylvata
    • Real's Wood White Leptidea reali: A Butterfly new to Britain and Ireland
    • Thoughts on the identification of Lesser Emperor Anax parthenope
    • A year in the life of a Clouded Yellow Colias croceus colony
    • Butterfly introductions - Wisdom or folly
    • Range expansions in the Light Brown Apple-Moth Epiphyas postvittana

    Issue 13 (April 2001)

    • Identification of common Aeshna hawkers
    • National Moth Night 2000
    • Expanding Butterfly Populations and Climate Change
    • Identification of Second Brood Clay Triple-lines Cyclophora linearia
    • Separation of Treble-bar Aplocera plagiata and Lesser Treble-bar A. efformata
    • Managing Your Garden to Attract Insects
    • Moth Transects

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    Issue 12 (January 2001)

    • Clearwing Hunting in the 21st Century
    • Butterflies in Northern Ireland
    • The Status of Small Red-eyed Damselfly E. viridulum in the British Isles
    • Another Record of Green Darner
    • Ferry Trips through the Bay of Biscay to Los Llanos, Santurtzi
    • Reports From Coastal Stations 2000
    • Migrant Butterflies and Dragonflies in 2000

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    Issue 11 (August 2000)

    • Site Guide: The Burren
    • Identifying November Moths
    • Site Guide: Folkestone Warren
    • The Many-lined Costaconvexa polygrammata
    • National Moth Night and the UK Biodiversity Action Plan
    • An Annotated Checklist to the Odonata of Britain and Ireland

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    Issue 10 (April 2000)

    • Blue Dasher Pachydiplax longipennis on an oil rig in the North Sea
    • Searching for White-spotted Pinion Cosmia diffinis
    • County Focus: Sussex
    • Identification of Egyptian Bollworm Earias insulana and Spiny Bollworm E. biplaga
    • Identification of Southern Migrant Hawker Aeshna affinis
    • The Action for Threatened Moths Project
    • The 1999 winter immigration

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    Issue 9 (January 2000)

    • Small Red-eyed Damselfly Erythromma viridulum: new to Britain
    • The 1999 Monarch Danaus plexippus influx
    • Oak Rustic Dryobota labecula: new to Britain
    • 1999 migrant reports
    • Second generation of Heath Fritillary Melitaea athalia
    • Lesser Emperor Anax parthenope breeding in Cornwall
    • National Moth Night 1999

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    Issue 8 (August 1999)

    • Successful overwintering by Clouded Yellow Colias croceus
    • An influx of Blossom Underwing Orthosia miniosa into the UK
    • Sclerocona acutellus in Devon
    • Past and present status of Norfolk Hawker Aeshna isosceles
    • Potential vagrant damselflies
    • English names of moths
    • Species profile: Diamond-back Moth Plutella xylostella

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    Issue 7 (April 1999)

    • Site Guide: Wicken Fen
    • Identification of Small Red-eyed Damselfly Erythromma viridulum
    • The RSPB and Odonata conservation
    • Winter butterfly flight in Britain
    • Separating Lesser-spotted Pinion Cosmia affinis, White-spotted Pinion C. diffinis and Lunar-spotted Pinion C. pyralina

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    Issue 6 (January 1999)

    • Green Darner: the first records of an American dragonfly in Europe
    • Small Ranunculus Hecatera dysodea breeding in Kent
    • Directory of county recorders
    • 1998 migrant reports
    • Purple Marbled Eublemma ostrina and Small Marbled E. parva in 1998

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    Issue 5 (April 1998)

    • Queen of Spain Fritillary Issoria lathonia: a new British breeding species?
    • The 1998 winter immigration
    • Overwintering Red Admiral Vanessa atalanta and Painted Lady Cynthia cardui
    • Viper’s Bugloss Hadena irregularis and Spotted Sulphur Emmelia trabealis RIP
    • The apparent responses of European Lepidoptera to climate change
    • Identification of Northern Arches Apamea zeta assimilis
    • County Focus: The Bristol District
    • Butterflies of North Warren Nature Reserve, Suffolk

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    Issue 4 (January 1998)

    • Geranium Bronze Cacyreus marshalli in Sussex
    • The 1997 Small Tortoiseshell Aglais urticae influx
    • A Book About Caterpillars (an insight into the production of Jim Porter’s Colour Identification Guide to the Caterpillars of the British Isles)
    • Scarlet Darter Crocothemis erythraea on the Isle of Wight
    • Separating The Rustic Hoplodrina blanda and The Uncertain H. alsines
    • A moth in the ear (how to get out of an unusual predicament)

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    Issue 3 (July 1997)

    • Site Guide: Portland Bill, Dorset
    • Potential new British moths
    • The Scottish Highlands in late May
    • County Focus: Warwickshire
    • Separation of Willow Beauty Peribatodes rhomboidaria and Mottled Beauty Alcis repandata
    • Species Profile: Lulworth Skipper Thymelicus acteon
    • The history of Orange Upperwing Jodia croceago in the British Isles

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    Issue 2 (January 1997)

    • Separation of Copper Underwing Amphipyra pyramidea and Svenssons Copper Underwing A. berbera
    • Plumed Fan-foot Pechipogo plumigeralis: new to Britain and Ireland
    • Streaked Plusia Trichoplusia vittata: new to Europe
    • 1996 migration reports
    • Lesser Emperor Anax parthenope: the first British record

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    Issue 1 (May 1996)

    • The 1995 Camberwell Beauty Aglais antiopa influx
    • The 1995 Monarch Danaus plexippus influx
    • The 1995 darter Sympetrum spp. influx
    • History of Radford’s Flame Shoulder Ochropleura leucogasta and Tunbridge Wells Gem Chrysodeixis acuta in the British Isles
    • Reports from coastal stations

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