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xvi, fig. 5

microcephalus, 104
nassata, 103, 117, pi. xviii,

fig. 5
nigriceps, 103, 114, pi. xviii,

fig. 1
nigricollis, 103, 108, pi. xvii,

fig. 2
nigronotata, 103, 106, pi. xvii,

fig. 9

ornata, 103, 111
picticeps, 103, 110, pi. xvii,

fig. 5
Saundersi, 103, 114, pi. xviii,

fig. 2
scutellaris, 103, 108, pi. xvii,

fig. 3
sordida, 103, 118, pi. xviii,

fig. 6

tristis, 103, 111, pi. xvii, fig. 6
Thorax, 6
TRICHIOSOMA
betuleti, 34

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388



INDEX TO VOL. T.



TRICHIOSOMA
fighting, 24
lucorum, 24
sorbi, 34
vitellinse, 38



W.



Wings, 9



X.

Xiphidria annulata, 39
camelus, 39
dromedarius, 37, 38

Z.

Zarsea, larva of, 48



INDEX TO PLANT NAMES.*



Acer campestre, 33, 285
pseudo-platanus, 33
Achillea millefolium, 36
^Egopodium Podagraria, 35, 75
Agrimonia Eupatoria, 35, 289
Ajuga reptans, 315
Alchemilla alpina, 35, 252

vulgaris, 35, 251
Alnus glutinosa, 39, 88, 99, 129,

212, 221

Amygdalus, 225, 287, 293
Anagallis arvensis, 209
Anthriscus sylvestris, 35
Aquilegia vulgaris, 33
Arundo Phragmites, 40
Barbarea, 310

Berberis vulgaris, 33

Betula alba, 38, 225, 255, 285, 293,
301

Brassica campestris, 33

Bupleurum falcatum, 35, 148

Cardamine pratensis, 33

Carex acuta, 40, 196

Cerasus, 225

Circsea lutetiana, 79

Circium lanceolatum, 36, 281

Clematis erecta, 32, 316
Yitalba, 32

Comarurn palustre, 34

Oonvallaria multiflora, 40, 233

Cory Ins Avellana, 39

Cotoneaster vulgaris, 34

Cratsegus Oxyacantha, 34, 225



Equisetum, 165, 167

Erysimum, 306

Eucalyptus, 23

Euphorbia palustris, 37

Fagus sylvatica, 39

Festuca pratensis, 40, 171, 176,

182

Fragaria vesca, 35
Fraxinus excelsior, 36, 124, 138,

144, 235
Fuchsia, 79

Heracleum Sphondylium, 35, 93
Hypericum perforatum, 33
Geranium Robertianum, 33, 279
Geum urbanum, 35, 239, 300
Impatiens Noli-me-tangere, 33
Iris, 40

Jasminum, 36, 144
Juncus effusus, 40, 173, 196
Juniperus communis, 39
Laserpitium latifolium, 35
Ligustrum vulgare, 36, 138
Lonicera caprifolium, 35, 76, 144

tatarica, 36

Xylosteum, 35, 76
Lotus corniculatus, 33
Lysimachia vulgaris, 36, 209
Nepeta Glechoma, 36
Pastinaca sativa, 35
Pedicularis, 123
Petasites vulgaris, 36
Pinus Larix, 39

sylvestris, 39



* The Index contains the names of a few plants not mentioned in the
list at p. 32.



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339



Plantago major, 37

media, 37

Poa aquatica, 40, 195
Polygonum Aviculare, 37

bistorta, 37, 204
Polystichum filix-mas, 40, 188,

192, 198
Populus dilatata, 37

nigra, 37, 396

tremula, 37, 286
Potentilla reptans, 35, 289
Prunus communis, 33

domestica, 33, 259
Pteris aqiiilina, 40, 83, 188
Pjrus communis, 34

Aucuparia, 34, 279
Quercus Oerris, 39

Robur, 39, 91, 222, 223, 242,
245, 265, 268, 276, 277. :!'.'-
Ranunculus acris, 33, 93, 240

bulbosus, 32

Ficaria, 32

repens, 33, 240
Raphanus sativus, 33
Ribes Grossularia, 35, 280

rubrnm, 35, 199
Robinia Pseudo-acacia, 33
Rosa canina, 34, 210, 228, 253,
269, 270, 272, 273

Eglanteria, 34
Rubus csesius, 239

fructicosus, 34, 299

Ida3iis, 23, 34, 273
Rumex acetosella, 37, 203

acutns, 37
Salix alba, 93

aurita, 97, 287, 300

Caprea, 37

fragilis, 37

limosa, 97

silesiaca, 97

vitellina, 37, 98



Sambucus nigra, 35, 130

racemosa, 35

Sarotbamnus ecoparius, 33
Scabiosa succisa, 36, 86
Scirpus palustris, 40, 173, 196
Scrophularia aquatica, 36, liio

nodosa, 36, 142
Scutellaria galericulata, 313
Senecio nemorensis, 36
Sinapis arvensis, 33, 310

alba, 33, 148

nigra, 33, 148

Sisymbrium officinale, 33, 306, 310
Solidago Virgaurea, 36

vulgaris, 36

Sorbus Aucuparia (see Pyrus Aucu-
paria).
Spiraea ulmaria, 35, 216, 217, 239,

274
Stachys Betonica, 123

erecta, 36

Symphoricarpus racemosa, 36
Syringa vulgaris, 36
Tilia europsea, 33, 222, 256

parvifolia, 33
Trifolium pratense, 33

repens, 33

Triticum vulgaris, 40
Ulmus campestris, 37, 296

montana, 37, 396
Urtica dioica, 37
Vaccinium Myrtillus, 36

Vitis-idsea, 36
Valeriana officinalis, 36
Verbascum nigrum, 36, 142

thapsus, 123

Yeronica Beccabunga, 36
Chamaedrys, 36
officinalis, 36, 93
Viola palustris, 33
Yiburnum Opulus, 35, 144



340



INDEX TO VOL. I.



INDEX TO NAMES OF PARASITES.



Bassus atlialiaeperda, 312
Campoplex cerophagus, 272, 287

transiens, 189
Chrysocharis albipes, 287
Cryptocentrus incisulus, 298
Ciyptus emphytorum, 270
Ciibocephalus fortipes, 189
Erromenus fumatus, 226
Euryproctus geniculosus, 196
Ichneumon Mussii, 189
Meigenia bisignata, 312
Mermis albicans, 312
Mesochorus politus, 246
Mesoleius armillatorius, 134, 246,
312

ciliatus, 312

formosus, 246

luteifrons, 134

niger, 189
Perilampus splendidus, 312



Perilampus violaceus, 312
Perilissus lutescens, 312

macropygus, 246, 301

pictilis, 296

sulcatus, 301

verticalis, 301

Plecticus tenthredinarum, 246
Pygostolus sticticus, 134
Tachina, 189
Trematopygus aprilimis, 246

selandrivorus, 246
Tryphon brachyacanthus, 312

eppiphium, 246

excavatus, 226

Gorski, 226

lateralis, 246

marginalis, 312

Ratzburgi, 226

succinctus, 312

translucens, 226



PRINTED JB\ J. E. ADLARD, BARTHOLOMEW CLOSE.



PLATE I.

Fig. 1. Larva of Tenthredo mesomela.

Fig. 2. Larva of Allantus scrophularice ; 2 a, id., last
moult.

Fig. 3. Larva of Allantus S-cinctus.

Fig. 4. Larva of Sir ongylog aster cingulatus.

Fig. 5. Larva of Dolerus hamatodis.

Fig. 6. Larva of Str ongylog aster mixtus ; 6 a, head
of ditto.

Fig. 7. Larva of Str ongylog aster delicatulus ; 7 a, seg-
ment of abdomen.

Fig. 8. Allantus flavipes (after Curtis).

Fig. 9. Larva of Tenthredo colon (after Van Vollen-
hoven).



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PLATE II.

Fig. 1 . Larva of Empkytus calceatus.

Fig. 2. Larva of Poecilosoma pulveratum ; 2 a, id., last
moult.

Fig. 3. Larva of Taxonus glabratus ; 3 a, head of ditto.

Fig. 4. Larva of Eriocampa annulipes, last moult;
4 a y younger.

Fig. 5. Larva of Eriocampa rosa.

Fig. 6. Larva of Fenusa melanopoda ; 6 a, under side ;
6 b, cocoon of Phyllotoma microcephala.

Fig. 7. Larva of Blennocampa albipes ; la, head of
ditto (after Van Vollenhoven).

Fig. 8. Larva of Macrophya albicincta ; 8 a, head
(after Van Vollenhoven).

Fig. 9. Larva of Selandria Sixii (after Van Vollen-
hoven).

Fig. 10. Larva of Eriocampa limacina ; 10 a, enlarged,
last moult.



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PLATE III.

Fig. 1. Larva of Blennocampa pusilla ; \ a t rolled
down leaf of rose.

Fig. 2. Larva of Nematus caprea.

Fig. 3. Larva of Hemichroa rufa.

Fig. 4. Larva of Dineura virididorsata (Deyeeri, Kl.).

Fig. 5 (1 a and 1 b). Larva of Eriocampa ovata ; 1 b,
last moult.

Fig. 7. Larva of Dineura stilata.

Fig. 8. Gall of Nematus gallicola.

Fig. 9. Larva of Athalia scutellaria.

Figs. 10 and 10 a. Larva of Phyllotoma microcephala.

Fig. 11. Larva of Athalia spinarum.

Fig. 12. Larva of Emphytus serotinus (after Van
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PLATE IV.

Fig. 1 . Larva of Dineura testaceipes.

Fig. 2. Larva of Camponiscus luridiventris.

Fig. 3. Mine of Phyllotoma nemorata.

Fig. 4. Larva of Croesus varus.

Fig. 5. Larva of Croesus septentrionalis.

Fig. 6. Larva of Nematus, sp. (on birch). 6 a, en-
larged segment.

Fig. 7. Larva of ?

Fig. 8. Larva of Nematus conductus.

Fig. 9. Larva of Nematus fattax.

Fig. 10. Larva of Nematus cadderensis ; 10 a, segment
of abdomen.

Fig. 11. Larva of Nematus dorsatus.

Fig. 12. Larva of Poecilosoma luteolum.

Fig. 13. Larva of Nematus palliatus.



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PLATE V.

Fig. 1. Larva of Cladius brullai ; 1 a, head ; 1 b t seg-
ment of abdomen.

Fig. 2. Larva of Cladius viminalis.

Fig. 3. Larva of Nematus leucostictus ; 3 a, head ;
3 b, last segments.

Fig. 4. Larva of Cladius padi ; 4 a, head.

Fig. 5. Gall of Nematus ischnocerus, upper side ;
5 a, lower side.

Fig. 6. Larva of Cladius padi variety.

Fig. 7. Gall of Nematus viminalis.

Fig. 8. Gall of Nematus vesicator.

Fig. 9. Gall of Nematus viminalis on Saline aurita ;
9 0, section of gall.

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PLATE VI.

Fig. 1 . Larva of Pachyprotasis rapa ; 1 a, last moult ;
1 6, head.

Fig. 2. Larva of Dolerus niger ? (see p. 181).

Fig. 3. Larva of Dolerus jissus ; 3 a, maxilla of ditto. ;
1, palpus ; 2, outer lobe ; 3, inner lobe.

Fig. 4. Larva of Emphytm cinctus.

Fig. 5. Larva of Phyllotoma vagans.

Fig. 6. Larva of Nematus palliatus.

Fig. 7. Larva of Nematus curtispina.

Fig. 8. Larva of Nematus lacteus.

Fig. 9. Larva of Nematus abdominalis.

Fig. 10. Head of larva Nematus miliaris ; 10#, last
segment of ditto.

Fig. 11. Leg of larva of Tenthredo, sp.

Fig. 12. Mandible of larva of Dineura virididorsata.



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PIATE VII.

Fig. 1. Larva of Pcecilosoma submuticum (see p. 217).
Fig. 2. Larva of Emphytus togatus ; 2 a, last moult ;

2 b and 2 c, head.

Fig. 3. Larva of Blennocampa geniculata ; 3 #, spine ;

3 b, head.

Fig. 4. Segment of larva of Blennocampa melano-
cephalus.

Fig. 5. Larva of Nematus consobrinus ; 5 a, apical
segments (after Van Vollenhoven).

Fig. 6. Larva of Nematus coeruleocarpus on poplar
leaf ; 6 a, segment of abdomen.

Fig. 7. Larva of Nematus ribesii ; 7 a t pupa; 7 b,
eggs.

Fig. 8. Segment of abdomen of larva of Nematus
salicivorus ; 8 a, head ; 8 b, anal segment.

Fig. 9. Larva of Nematus solids (after Brischke).

Pig. 10. Segment of larva of Nematus g lutinosce ; 100,
anal segment ; 10 d, head.

Pig. 11. Anal segment of larva of Nematus nigro-
lineatus; 11 a, head.



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PLATE VIII.

Kg. 1. Tenthredo Lachlaniana ? ; 1 a, id., antennae ;
1 d, head from the front.

Fig. 2. Tenthredo maculata $ ; 2 a, id., claws ; 2 b,
head in front.

Fig. 3. Tenthredo zonata ; outer spur of tibiae.

Fig. 4. Saw of Tenthredo viridis.

Fig. 5. Saw of Tenthredo atra.

Fig. 6. Tenthredo velox $ .

Fig. 7. Tenthredo picta $ .

Fig. 8. Tenthredo gilbosa ? .

Fig. 9. Tenthredopsis cordata.

Fig. 10. Syncerema rubi $ \ 10 a, id., antennae.

Fig. 11. Macrophya punctum album.

Fig. 12. Macrophya albipuncta ; 12 a, id., antennae.



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PLATE IX.

Fig. 1. P achy protasis antennata ? ; 1 a, antenna
1 b, leg ; 1 c, maxilla ; 1 d, labium ; 1 e, Saw.

Fig. 2. Pachyprotasis rapes, Saw.

Fig. 3. Allantus viduus ? .

Fig. 4. Allantus -cinctus ; 4 d, antenna. 4 a, labiui
of, and 4 b y maxilla of A. arcuatus.

Fig. 5. Saw of Allantus arcuatus.

Fig. 6. Sciopteryx costalis ? ; 6 a, antenna ; 6 b, head
from the side ; 6 c, head from front.

Fig. 7. Dolerus fulviventris ? ; 7 a, head from front.

Fig. 8. Dolerus Chappelli.

Fig. 9. Dolerus fulviventris.

Fig. 10. Dolerus gonagra ; 11 a, maxilla; 11 b t
labium.

Fig. 11. Dolerus hamatodis ; 11 c, $ genital organs
of D. gonagra.



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PLATE X.

Fig. 1. Hylotoma; 17, pronotum ; 18, middle lobe of mesonotum ;
19, 20, lateral lobes of mesonotum ; 21, scutellum ; 22, cenchri ; 23,
spines on tibiae ; 24, spurs on tibiae (calcaria).

Anterior wings. Cellules (left side): 1, radial; 2, appendicular ;

3, 4, 5, 6, cubital ; 7, humeral ; 8, 1st discoidal ; 9, 2nd discoidal ;

12, 3rd discoidal; 10, 1st posterior; 13, 2nd posterior; 11,

median ; 14, 15, lanceolate ; 16, costal.

Posterior wings. 4, appendicular ; 3, radial ; 5, 6, cubital ; 1

costal ; 7, 8 discoidal ; 9, 11, posterior.
Nervures Anterior wing. a, costal; b, subcostal; c, median;

d, anal; e, accessory; /, inferior; o, radial; p, cubital; mn,
recurrent; g (dotted line), position of transverse radial when
present (it is absent in Hylotoma) ; ijlt, transverse cubital
nervures.

Posterior wing. a, costal; b, subcostal; c, cubital; d, anaU

e, tr. median (= tr. discoidal) ; /, recurrent ; g, transverse
cubital ; e (bis), accessory.

Fig. 2. Labium of Zaraea.

Fig. 3. Maxilla of Zaraa ; 1, inner lobe ; 2, outer ; 3, stipes ;
4, cardo ; 6, palpus.

Fig. 4. Abdomen of Cimbex from under side.

Fig. 5. Ovipositor of Trichiosoma (the pieces separated) ; 1, " tri-
angular " plate ; 5, " oblong " plate ; 4, basal attachment of support ;
3, apical attachment; 2, attachment of saw to " triangular" plate.

Fig. 5 a. Ovipositor of Trichiosoma from lower side in natural posi-
tion; 1, sheath of saw; 2, cerci; 3, hypopygial valves= quadrangular
plates of Kreepelin ; 4, triangular plate ; 6, oblong plate.

Fig. 6. Tarsus of Cimbex ; 1, patella.

Fig, 7. Head of Clavellaria ; 1, clypeus ; 2, labrum ; 4, eyes ; 3,
ocelli; 5, mandibles.

Fig. 8. Coxa and trochanter (1) of Trichiosoma.

Fig. 9. Mandible of Zaraa.

Fig. 10. Mandible of Hylotoma.

Fig. 11. Mandible of Cladius.

Fig. 12. Open lanceolate cellule ; 12 a, lanceolate cellule with oblique
cross nervure ; 12 b, subcontracted cellule ; 12 c, with perpendicular
cross nervure ; 1 2 d, petiolated ; 12 e, contracted.

Fig. 13. Appendiculated accessory nervure in hind wing ; 13 a,
interstitial accessory nervure in hind wing.

Fig. 14. Larva of Trichiosoma vitellina ; 14 a, head.

Fig. 15. Young larva of T. mtellina.



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PLATE XL

Fig. 1. Atkalia scutellaricz ; 1 c, antenna ; 1 ,
maxilla ; 1 d, labium of Athalia rosce.

Fig. 2 . Strongylogaster femoralis.

Fig. 3. Sir ongylog aster delicatulus ; a, anal cellule.

Fig. 4. Pcecilosoma Fletcheri.

Fig. 5. Poecilosoma guttatum.

Fig. 6. Taxonus agrorum $ ; 6 a, posterior wing
of c?.

Fig. 7. Taxonus equiseti, Scotch var.

Fig. 8. Emphytm togatus ; 8 a, maxilla ; 8 b t labium ;
8 c 9 claws ; 8 d, saw ; 8 e> antenna ; 8/, head in front.

Fig. 9. Emphytus perla.



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PLATE XII.

Fig. 1. Selandria Siosii ; 1 a, antenna.

Fig. 2. Eriocampa ovata ; 2 a, head.

Fig. 3. Eriocampa rosa ; 3 a, antenna.

Fig. 4. Dineura fuscula ; 4 a, antenna.

Fig. 5. Blennocampa lineolata.

Fig. 6. Blennocampa eppiphium.

Fig. 7. Blennocampa alchemilla .

Fig. 8. Blennocampa melanocephalus.

Fig. 9. Hoplocampa pectoralis.

Fig. 10. Clypeus and labium of Selandria serva.

Fig. 11. Mandible of Selandria serva.

Fig. 12. Mandible of Blennocampa fuscipennis.

Fig. 13. Mandible of Allantus arcuatus.

Fig. 14. Mandible of Dolerus.

Fig. 15. Labrum of Tenthredo livida.

Fig. 16. Mandible of Tenthredo livida.

Fig. 17. Mandible of Tenthrcdopsis mgricollis.



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PLATE XIII.

Fig. 1. Emphytus calceatus.

Fig. 2. Emphytus tibialis.

Fig. 3. Selandria morio ; 3 &, antenna.

Fig. 4. Harpiphorus lepidus ; 4 a, antenna.

Fig. 5.- Pliyllotoma ochropoda <$ .

Fig. 6. Pkyllotoma nemorata; 6 a, antenna ; 6 b t head.

Fig. 7. Fenusa albipes ; la, antenna.

Fig. 8. Heptamelus ochroleucus ; 8 a, antenna ; 8 b,
head ; 8 c, claw.

Fig. 9. /Selandria aperta ; 9 a, mandible ; 9 $, labium ;
9 c, maxilla of S. serva.

Fig. 10. Antenna of Fenella nigrita.



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PLATE XIV.

Fig. 1. Hoplocampa chrysorrhcea.

Fig. 2. Athalia spinarum.

Fig. 3. Blennocampa aterrima ; 3 a, antenna.

Fig. 4. Dineura opaca; 4 a, mandible.

Fig. 5. Dineura stilata ; 5 a, cerci.

Fig. 6. Croesus septentrionalis ; 6 a, antenna; 6 ,
saw; 6 c, mandible; 6 d, maxilla; 6 e, labium ; 6/,
head ; 6 ^, claw ; 6 h> tarsus.

Fig. 7. Sir ongylog aster cingulatm $ ; 7 a, mandible.

Fig. 8. Hemichroa alni.

Fig. 9. Nematus imperfects.



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PLATE XV.

Fig. 1. Cladius difformis $ ; b, transverse basal ner-
vure ; <?, transverse median ; 1 , antenna.

Tig. 2. Cladius difformis ; 2 a, antenna.

Fig. 3. Cladius viminalis $ ; 3 a, antenna; 3 , face.

Fig. 4. Antenna of Cladius padi $ .

Fig. 5. Cladius padi ? ; 5 a t antenna.

Fig. 6. Internal process in mesosternum of Dolerus.

Fig. 7. Prosternum of Dolerus.

Fig. 8. Simple claw of Cimbex.

Fig. 9. Claw with a tooth (Dolerus).

Fig. 10. Bifid (Tenthredo).

Fig. 11. Thorax of Tenthredo ; 1, 2, 3, coxae ; a,
pronotum ; b, episternum ; c t mesonotum ; g> meso-
sternum ; n, epimera ; d 9 mesophragma (lateral view) ;
j, from above ; /, metanotum ; i, metasternum ; 1 a, inter-
mediate segment.

Fig. 12. Metathorax of Tenthredopsis ; d, posterior
wings ; u, intermediate segment j d, stigma ; c, coxa.

Fig. 13. Ditto from above ; a t cenchri ; ^intermediate
segment.

Fig. 14. c genital organs of Trichiosoma ; 2, penis;
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PLATE XVI.

Fig. 1. Saw of Tenthredo dispar.
Fig. 2. Saw of Tenthredo scotica.
Fig. 3. Saw of Tenthredo atra.
Fig. 4. Saw of Tenthredopsis cor data.
Fig. 5. Saw of Tenthredopsis microcephala.
Fig. 6. Saw of Tenthredopsis femoralis.
Fig. 7. Saw of Tenthredopsis caliginosa.
Fig. 8. Saw of Tenthredopsis cordata. Aberration.
(Figs. 4 and 8 are the two parts of the same saw).

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PLATE XVII.

Fig. 1. Saw of Tenthredopsis ignobilis.
Fig. 2.- Saw of Tenthredopsis nigricotlis.
Fig. 3. Saw of Tenthredopsis scutettaris.
Fig. 4. Saw of Tenthredopsis flavomaculata.
Fig. 5. Saw of Tenthredopsis picticeps.
Fig. 6. Saw of Tenthredopsis tristis.
Fig. 7. Saw of Tenthredopsis lividiventris.
Fig. 8. Saw of Tenthredopsis albomaculata.
Fig. 9. Saw of Tenthredopsis nigronotata.
Fig. 10. Saw of Camponiscus luridiventris.



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PLATE XVIII.

1. Saw of Tenthredopsis mgriceps.
Fig. 2. Saw of Tenthredopsis Saundersi.
Fig. 3. Saw of Tenthredopsis dorsivittata.
Fig. 4. Saw of Tenthredopsis inornata.
Fig. 5. Saw of Tenthredopsis nassata.
Fig. 6. Saw of Tenthredopsis sordida.
Fig. 7. Saw of Dolerusjissus.
Fig. 8. Saw of Dolerusjissus at base.

9. Saw of Heptamelus ochroleucus.



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PLATE XIX.

Fig. 1 . Saw of Dolerus scoticus.
Fig. 2. Saw of Dolerus tinctipennis. X 80.
Fig. 3. Saw of Dolerus Gessneri ; 3 a, transverse pro-
cess.

Fig. 4. Saw of Dolerus coracims.
Fig. 5. Saw of Dolerus anthr acinus.
Fig. 6. Saw of Dolerus oUongus.
Fig. 7. Saw of Dolerus megapterus.
Fig. 8. Saw of Dolerus possilensis.



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PLATE XX.

i. Saw of Dolerus intermedius.

2. Saw of Dolerus intermedius, var. ?

Fig. 3. Saw of Dolerus varispinus.
Fig. 4 Saw of Dolerus niger.

5, Saw of Dolerus aneus.

6. Saw of Taxonus glabratm.

7. Saw of Dolerus elongatus.

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PLATE XXL

Fig. 1. Saw of Selandria serva.

Fig. 2. Saw of Selandria Siosii.

Fig. 3. Saw of Pcecilosoma longicorne.

Fig. 4. Saw of Pcecilosoma submuticum.

Fig. 5. Saw of Blennocampa albipes.

Fig. 6. Saw of Eriocampa ovata. X 100.

Fig. 7. Saw of Dineura virididorsata. X 100.

Fig. 8. Saw of Hemichroa aini. X 80.

Fig. 9. Saw of Cladius padi. X 100.



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BAY SOCIETY.



INSTITUTED 1844.

FOR THE PUBLICATION OF WORKS ON
NATURAL HISTORY.

ANNUAL SUBSCRIPTION ONE GUINEA.



LIST



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COUNCIL, OFFICERS, LOCAL SECRETARIES,
AND SUBSCRIBERS,



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TITLES OF THE PUBLICATIONS OF THE SOCIETY,
CORRECTED TO JULY, 1882.



Counril gift Officers of t[je Jlag



Elected 23rd June, 1882.



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SIB JOHN LUBBOCK, BABT., M.P., F.B.S.



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Prof. R. BENTLEY, F.L.S.
Dr. BEAITHWAITE, F.L.S.
G. B. BUCKTON, Esq., F.R.S.
Dr. A. CABPENTEB.
J. FLOWEE, Esq., M.A., F.Z.S.
C. H. GATTY, Esq., F.L.S.
F. D. GODMAN, Esq., F.L.S.
F. GEUT, Esq., F.L.S.
Dr. J. B. Hiczs, F.B.S.
B. HUDSON, Esq., F.B.S.
W. B. HUGHES, Esq., F.L.S.



H. LEE, Esq., F.L.S.

B. M'LACHLAN, Esq., F.B.S.
Dr. J. MILLAE, F.L.S.
Prof. ST. G. MITABT, F.B.S.
F. P. PASCOE, Esq., F.L.S.
H. T. STAINTON, Esq., F.B.S.

C. STEWAET, Esq., F.L.S.
Capt. C. TYLEE, F.L.S.
Dr. E. HAET VINEN, F.L.S.
J. J. WEIE, Esq., F.L.S.



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Dr. S. J. A. SALTEB, F.B.S., F.L.S., Basingfield, Basingstoke, Hants.

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Lewisham, S.E.



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Bath ... ... ... ... R. H. Moore, Esq.

Belfast ... ... ... Professor Cunningham.

Birmingham ... ... ... W. R. Hughes, Esq.

Dublin ... ... ... Dr. W. E. Steele.

Edinburgh ... ... ... Professor Balfour.

Leeds... ... ... ... L, C. Miall, Esq.

Liverpool ... ... ... Isaac Byerley, Esq.

Norwich ... ... ... F. W. Harmer, Esq.

Oxford ... ... ... Professor Lawson.

Warrington ... ... ... T. G. Rylands, Esq.



LIST OF SUBSCRIBERS.*



Aberdeen, University of, Aberdeen.

Adlard, J. E., Esq., Bartholomew close, E.G.

Allman, Professor, F.R.S., &c., Sunny hill, Parkstone, Poole, Dorset.

American Institute, New York.

Andrews, Arthur, Esq., Newtown House, Blackrock, Dublin.

Angelin, Professor, Stockholm.

Argyll, Duke of, F.R.S., Argyll Lodge, Kensington, W.

Armstrong, Sir \V. G., F.R.S., The Minories, Newcastle-on-Tyne.

Army and Navy Club, 36, Pall Mall, S.W.

Asher, Messrs., 13, Bedford street, W.C.

Ashmolean Society, Oxford.

Asiatic Society of Bombay, 57, Park street, Calcutta.

Athenaeum Club, Pall Mall, S.W.

Aubrey, Kev. H. GL W., Rectory, Hale, Salisbury.



Babington, Professor Charles C., M.A., F.R.S., Cambridge.
Babington, the Eev. Professor Churchill, F.L.S., Cockfield Rectory,

near Sudbury, Suffolk.
Baer, Herr J., Frankfort.

Bailliere, Messrs., 20, King William street, W.C.
Baker, Alfred, Esq., 59, Hagley road, Edgbaston, Birmingham.
Balfour, Professor, M.D., LL.D., F.R.S., L.S., Local Secretary, Inver-

leith House, Edinburgh.

Balfour, F. M., Esq., Trinity College, Cambridge.
Balfour, Prof. I. Bayley, D.Sc., 11, Billhead Gardens, Glasgow.
Baltimore, Peabody Institute.

* The Subscribers are requested to inform the Secretary of any errors or
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Bastian, Dr. H. C., F.R.S., F.L.S., 20, Queen Anne street, W.

Bath Microscopical Society, care of R. H. Moore, Esq., 4, Abbey street,

Bath.

Beaufoy, Mark, Esq., South Lambeth, S.
Belfast Linen Hall Library, Belfast.
Belfast Queen's College, Belfast.

Bell, Dr. W. R., 8, Rutland park villas, Perry hill, Catford bridge, S.E.
Bentley, Professor, R., F.L.S., King's College, Strand, W.C.
Bergen, Museum of, Bergen.
Berlin Royal Library, Berlin.
Binks, J., Esq., Wakefield.
Birmingham Free Library, Birmingham.
Birmingham Old Library, Birmingham.

Birmingham Natural History and Microscopical Society, Birmingham.
Blatch, W. G., Esq., Small Heath, Birmingham.
Blomefield, Rev. L., F.Z.S., 19, Belmont, Bath.
Bloomfield, Rev. E. N., M.A., Guestling, near Hastings.
Boston Public Library, U.S., Boston.
Boswell, Dr. J. T., Balmuto, Kirkcaldy, N.B.
Brady, H. B., Esq., F.L.S., Hillfield, Gateshead.
Braikenridge, Miss, Claremont, Clevedon, Bristol.
Braithwaite, Dr. R., F.L.S., The Ferns, Clapham rise, S.W.
Brevoort, Dr. J. Carson, New York.
Brighton and Sussex Natural History Society, Brighton.
Bristol Microscopical Society, Bristol.

Brockholes, Mrs. J. Fitzherbert, Clifton hill, Garstang, Lancashire.
Brodrick, W., Esq., Little hill, Chudleigh, South Devon.
Brook-Ter., Geo., Esq., Fernbrook, Huddersfield.
Broome, C. E., Esq., M.A., F.L.S., Elmshurst, Batheaston, Bath.
Browell, E. M., Esq., Buckingham Palace, S.W.
Browne, Dr. Henry, Woodheys, Heaton Mersey, Manchester.
Browne, Rev. T. H., F.G.S., The Cedars, High Wycombe, Bucks.
Buckton, G. B., Esq., F.R.S., Weycombe, Haslemere, Surrey.
Burn, Dr. W. B., Ecclesbourne, Bedford hill road, Balham, S.W.
Burton, John, Esq., Lee terrace, Blackheath, S.E.
Bury District Co-operative Provision Society (Limited), Marke street,

Bury, Lancashire.
Busk, Professor George, F.R.S., F.L.S., 32, Harley street, Cavendish

square, W.
Byerley, I., Esq., F.L.S., Local Secretary, Seacombe, Cheshire.



Cambridge University Library.

Cambridge University Museum of Zoology.

Cambridge, Downing College.

Cambridge, Gonville and Caius College.

Cambridge, St. Catharine's College.

Cambridge, Sidney-Sussex College.

Cambridge, Trinity College.

Campbell, F. M., Esq., Rose hill, Hoddesdon.



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