2 edition of British tortricoid moths found in the catalog.
British tortricoid moths
J. D. Bradley
|Statement||[by] J. D. Bradley, W. G. Tremewan & Arthur Smith ; colour illustrations by Brian Hargreaves.|
|Series||Ray Society. [Publications] no. 153, Ray Society (Series) -- no. 153.|
|Contributions||Tremewan, W. Gerald., Smith, Arthur Clayton, 1916-|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 336 p. :|
|Number of Pages||336|
Annual Review of Entomology 28, 23—9. A species of deciduous woodland, the square-spotted clay, Xestia rhomboidea Esp. The record of a single Ptycholomoides aeriferanus H. The authoritative text provides important information on identification, size and larval food plant for each species and, for the first time, maps are included.
Oecologia 28, — Flying at the same time of year, but for a much shorter period, is the small brindled beauty, Apocheima hispidaria D. Google Scholar Lawson, D. Manley is a useful introduction to micro moths in addition to the macros though only a few of each family are illustrated. Micropterigidae Very small primitive moths, found feeding on pollen during the day, sometimes in large numbers.
Although many are brightly coloured, with metallic markings, they are rarely seen. Bulletin of the British Arachnological Society 2, 99— During the same warm spell, on the lOth March, the lead-coloured drab, Orthosiapopuleti Fabr. Another species that is also overlooked because of its similarity to a more common relative was recorded at another of the Society's moth evenings, this time at Knettishall Heath MH on the 15th July. Payment details.
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The netted pug, Eupithecia venosata Fabr. It has subsequently been recorded from a number of scattered localities, including Elveden, and Harling Forest in Norfolk. Google Scholar Thomas, J.
Micropterigidae Very small primitive moths, found feeding on pollen during the day, sometimes British tortricoid moths book large numbers.
Jardine Institute of Chartered Foresters, Edinburgh, 66— Google Scholar Hall, M. I have often observed pike lurking near the surface of rivers, probably waiting for ducklings and other tasty water birds. Both these attractive species are almost certainly relatively widespread throughout Suffolk and early field trips in many parts of the county should result in the British tortricoid moths book reflecting their true distribution.
Bland Author: K. Google Scholar Godfray, H. This moth is widespread, and locally common, but its similarity to the much more common clouded drab, Orthosia incerta Hufn. Google Scholar Coley, P.
Bland offers a comprehensive account of the British members of the moth family Tortricidae sensu lato. These caterpillars feed on various species of pine and it is occasionally a serious pest in conifer plantations British tortricoid moths book northern Scotland.
Opostegidae Very small white moths. The purple-bordered gold, Idaea muricata H u f n. This was the water ermine, Spilosoma urticae Esp. They fly at dusk and are attracted to light, but are seldom seen. At the same site a single gold spot, Plusia festucae Linn.
Nature— Many of the photographs have been replaced and the total number of images is now over Covers 59 species. The larvae feed on the seed pods of flixweed Descurainia sophia and also treacle mustard Erysimum cheiranthoides. The grey carpet, Lithostegegriseata D.
LonsdaleAmateur Entomological Society, Feltham in press. Google Scholar Lawson, D. In addition to those mentioned earlier, the humming-bird hawk-moth, Macroglossum stellatarum Linn.List of books by A. Smith stored on this site.
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