Worcestershire Record Articles

Worcestershire Record No.6 April 1999

p.2     Introduction
p.2     Summer 1999 Activities
p.3     Recording – What’s it for?
p.6     The Millennium Butterfly Atlas. Worcestershire are County Champions?
p.7     Additional Notable Coleoptera Recorded in Worcestershire in 1998
p.8     Another New Record for Tiddesley Wood. Nemophora cupriacella (Hubn)
p.12    Hygromia cinctella – The Girdled Snail Moves Northwards
p.12    The Mysterious Biology, and Survey, of Asilus crabroniformis
p.13    Spiders: Last Year, Recorders’ Day, and What Next?
p.13    Grafton Wood Spiders
p.14    News from the Data Entry Project
p.15    Discovery of Thlaspi perfoliatum L. (Cotswold Pennycress) in Worcestershire
p.15    Cephalanthera longifolia – Sword-Leaved Helleborine
p.16    Common Buzzards in Worcestershire
p.18    Migrant Bird Recording at Broadway Gravel Pit Nature Reserve
p.18    Birds in Worcestershire – November 1998 to February 1999
p.19    Nightingales in Worcestershire 1999
p.19    Bombus ruderatus in Worcestershire?
p.19    The Marbled White Melanargia galathea in 1998
p.20    Bumblebees Endangered
p.21    Guide to the Status of the Larger Moths of Worcestershire
p.24    Leaf Mining Lepidoptera
p.25    Moth Identification – A Beginners Experience (200 Species in Seven Months)
p.26    A Red Data Book Water Beetle – Hydrochus elongatus (Schaller) – in Wardon
p.26    Analysis of the Diet of Leisler’s Bat at a Roost at Hartlebury