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A1           Alexander, K.N.A. 2003, Ent Rec. J. Var., 115: 223

A2           Allen, A.A. 1994, A further note on larval foodplants of Pieris brassicae L. (Lep.: Pieridae) in north-west Kent. Ent. Rec. J. Var., 106: 50

A3           Asher, J., Warren, M.S., Fox, R., Harding, P.T., Jeffcoate, G. & Jeffcoate, S. , 2001. The Millennium Atlas of Butterflies in Britain and Ireland. Oxford University Press, Oxford

A4           Asher, J., 1989

A5           Asher, J., 1994. The Butterflies of Berkshire, Buckinghamshire and Oxfordshire. Pisces Publications

A6           Allan, P.M.B., 1949. Larval foodplants: a vade-mecum for the field lepidopterist.

A7           Allan, P.M.B., 1949. Larval foodplants: a vade-mecum for the field lepidopterist, quoting Entom., 53: 220

A8           Allan, P.M.B., 1949. Larval foodplants: a vade-mecum for the field lepidopterist, quoting Entom., 77: 157

A9           Allan, P.M.B., 1949. Larval foodplants: a vade-mecum for the field lepidopterist, quoting Entom., 72: 79

B01         Bowdrey, J., 1992. Another new foodplant for the Holly Blue (Celastrina argiolus L.). Ent Rec. J. Var.,104: 328

B02         Orpe, K. in Bristow, C.R., Mitchell, S.H. & Bolton, D.E., 1993. Devon Butterflies. Devon Books

B03         Bristow, C.R. 1994, Ent. Rec. J. Var., 106: 73

B04         Brooks, M. & Knight, C., 1982. A complete guide to British butterflies. Jonathan Cape, London

B05         Bristow, C.R., Mitchell, S.H. & Bolton, D.E., 1993. Devon Butterflies. Devon Books

B06         Gush, G.H. in Bristow, C.R., Mitchell, S.H. & Bolton, D.E., 1993. Devon Butterflies. Devon Books

B07         Butler, A., 2004. Alternative larval foodplant for the White Admiral Limenitis (Ladoga) camilla. Bull. Amat. Ent. Soc. 63: 127

B08         Baker, P., 2000. Records of Pierid Larvae on Unusual Foodplants. Atropos 10: 50

B09         Bristow, C.R. & Bolton, D., 1988. Devon Butterflies provisional atlas. Department of Leisure & Tourism, Exeter

B10         Beavis, I.C., 1995. The Butterflies of Tunbridge Wells and District. Tunbridge Wells Museum and Art Gallery

B11         Barnham, M. & Foggitt, G.T., 1987. Butterflies in the Harrogate District. Harrogate and District Naturalists' Society

B12         Bebbington, J., 2006. Personal communication via MigrantRecordersNetwork e-mail group

C01         Chipperfield, H.E. in Vinter, C.H.S., 1946: Trans. Suffolk Nat. Hist. Soc. VI: 63

C02         Collier, R.V., 1966. Status of butterflies on Castor Hanglands NNR 1961-1965 inclusive. J. Northamp. Nat. Hist. Soc., 35: 451-456

C03         Collier, R.V., 1972. Chequered skipper (Carterocephalus palaemon). Unpublished report to NCC.

C04         Courtney, S.P. & Duggan, A.E., 1983. The population biology of the Orange Tip butterfly Anthocharis cardamines. Ecol. Entomol. 8: 271-281

C05         Cribb, P.W., 1958a. Some further observations on foodplants in Lepidoptera. Bull. Amat. Ent. Soc. 17: 13

C06         Cribb, P.W., 1958b. Further experiments with foodplants. Bull. Amat. Ent. Soc. 17: 59-60

C07         Cronin, A. and McNamara, D., 1996. Unusual foodplants - the Painted Lady.  Bull. Amat. Ent. Soc, 55: 287-289

C08         Crafer, T., 2005. Foodplant List for the Caterpillars of Britain's Butterflies and Larger Moths. Atropos, Holmfirth

C09         Cribb, P.W., 1991. An unusual choice of foodplant by the Holly Blue. Bull. Amat. Ent. Soc.50: 106-107

C10         Cribb, P.W., 1992. Some unusual foodplants. Bull. Amat. Ent. Soc. 51: 213

C11         Collins, T., 1992. An unusual choice of foodplants. Bull. Amat. Ent. Soc. 51: 288-9

C12         Clancy, S., 2003. Painted Lady Vanessa cardui - a new larval foodplant. Atropos 20:63

C13         Burrows, D. in Clancy, S., 2003. Painted Lady Vanessa cardui - a new larval foodplant. Atropos 20:63

C14         Chalmers-Hunt, J.M., 1979. An albino Maniola jurtina L. and other curiosities. Ent. Rec. J. Var. 83: 394

C15         Catt, M., 2006. Personal observation

C16         Corke, D., 1997. The Butterflies of Essex. Lopinga Books, Wimbish

C17         Collins, G.A., 1995. Butterflies of Surrey. Surrey Wildlife Trust

D01         Dennis, R.L.H., 1983. Egg-laying cues in the wall brown butterfly Lasiommata megera (L.) (Lepidoptera: Satyridae): wait or seek? Entomologist’s Gaz. 34: 89-95

D02         Dennis, R.L.H., 1992. The ecology of butterflies in Britain. Oxford University Press, Oxford

D03         Dennis, R.L.H., 2005. “BIBLApp5alist” (personal communication) (original reference untraced)

D04         Dennis, R.L.H. & Hardy, P.B., 2005. What host-plants does Pieris brassicae (Linnaeus, 1758) use most frequently away from urban environments and crucifer crops? Ent. Gaz. 57: 205-206

D05         Dowdeswell, W.H., 1961. Experimental studies on natural selection in the butterfly Maniola jurtina. Heredity 16: 39-52

D06         Dunk, H.C., 1952. Euphydryas aurinia larvae on common scabious. Entomologist 85: 104

D07         Dennis, R.L.H., 1998. Egg-laying bias in Pieris brassicae (L.) and Pieris rapae (L.) (Lep.: Pieridae) on garden nasturtium

D08         Dennis, R.L.H. & Sparks, T.H., 2005. When is a habitat not a habitat? Dramatic resource use changes under differing weather conditions for the butterfly Plebejus argus. Biological Conservation

D09         Duddington, J. & Johnson, R., 1983. The butterflies and larger moths of Lincolnshire and south Humberside. Lincolnshire Naturalists' Union, Lincoln.

D10         Dennis, R.L.H., 2008. Personal communication

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E02          Bibby, T.J. & Emmet, A.M. in Emmet & Heath, 1989. The moths and butterflies of Great Britain and Ireland. Harley Books, Colchester.

E03          Brakefield, P.M. & Emmet, A.M. in Emmet & Heath, 1989. The moths and butterflies of Great Britain and Ireland. Harley Books, Colchester.

E04          Bretherton, R.F. in Emmet & Heath, 1989. The moths and butterflies of Great Britain and Ireland. Harley Books, Colchester.

E05          Bretherton, R.F. & Emmet, A.M. in Emmet & Heath, 1989. The moths and butterflies of Great Britain and Ireland. Harley Books, Colchester.

E06          Collier, R.V. & Emmet, A.M. in Emmet & Heath, 1989. The moths and butterflies of Great Britain and Ireland. Harley Books, Colchester.

E07          Davies, M. & Emmet, A.M. in Emmet & Heath, 1989. The moths and butterflies of Great Britain and Ireland. Harley Books, Colchester.

E08          Dempster, J.P & Emmet, A.M. in Emmet & Heath, 1989. The moths and butterflies of Great Britain and Ireland. Harley Books, Colchester.

E09          Emmet, A.M. in Emmet & Heath, 1989. The moths and butterflies of Great Britain and Ireland. Harley Books, Colchester.

E10          Feltwell, J.S.E. in Emmet & Heath, 1989. The moths and butterflies of Great Britain and Ireland. Harley Books, Colchester.

E11          Hall, M.R. & Emmet, A.M. in Emmet & Heath, 1989. The moths and butterflies of Great Britain and Ireland. Harley Books, Colchester.

E12          Heath, J. & Emmet, A.M. in Emmet & Heath, 1989. The moths and butterflies of Great Britain and Ireland. Harley Books, Colchester.

E13          Lear, N.W. in Emmet & Heath, 1989. The moths and butterflies of Great Britain and Ireland. Harley Books, Colchester.

E14          Long, R.L. in Emmet & Heath, 1989. The moths and butterflies of Great Britain and Ireland. Harley Books, Colchester.

E15          Looker, I.J. & Emmet, A.M. in Emmet & Heath, 1989. The moths and butterflies of Great Britain and Ireland. Harley Books, Colchester.

E16          Melling, T. in Emmet & Heath, 1989. The moths and butterflies of Great Britain and Ireland. Harley Books, Colchester.

E17          Morton, A.C. & Emmet, A.M. in Emmet & Heath, 1989. The moths and butterflies of Great Britain and Ireland. Harley Books, Colchester.

E18          Oates, M. & Emmet, A.M. in Emmet & Heath, 1989. The moths and butterflies of Great Britain and Ireland. Harley Books, Colchester.

E19          Pollard, E. & Emmet, A.M. in Emmet & Heath, 1989. The moths and butterflies of Great Britain and Ireland. Harley Books, Colchester.

E20          Porter, K.J, in Emmet & Heath, 1989. The moths and butterflies of Great Britain and Ireland. Harley Books, Colchester.

E21          Porter, K.J. & Emmet, A.M. in Emmet & Heath, 1989. The moths and butterflies of Great Britain and Ireland. Harley Books, Colchester.

E22          Pratt, C.R. in Emmet & Heath, 1989. The moths and butterflies of Great Britain and Ireland. Harley Books, Colchester.

E23          Pratt, C.R. & Emmet, A.M. in Emmet & Heath, 1989. The moths and butterflies of Great Britain and Ireland. Harley Books, Colchester.

E24          Read, M.J. in Emmet & Heath, 1989. The moths and butterflies of Great Britain and Ireland. Harley Books, Colchester.

E25          Shreeve, T.G. & Emmet, A.M. in Emmet & Heath, 1989. The moths and butterflies of Great Britain and Ireland. Harley Books, Colchester.

E26          Simcox, D.J. & Emmet, A.M. in Emmet & Heath, 1989. The moths and butterflies of Great Britain and Ireland. Harley Books, Colchester.

E27          Thomas, J.A. & Emmet, A.M. in Emmet & Heath, 1989. The moths and butterflies of Great Britain and Ireland. Harley Books, Colchester.

E28          Warren, M.S. & Emmet, A.M. in Emmet & Heath, 1989. The moths and butterflies of Great Britain and Ireland. Harley Books, Colchester.

E29          Willmott, K.J. in Emmet & Heath, 1989. The moths and butterflies of Great Britain and Ireland. Harley Books, Colchester.

E30          Willmott, K.J. & Emmet, A.M. in Emmet & Heath, 1989. The moths and butterflies of Great Britain and Ireland. Harley Books, Colchester.

E31          Wilson, A. & Emmet, A.M. in Emmet & Heath, 1989. The moths and butterflies of Great Britain and Ireland. Harley Books, Colchester.

E32          Ellis, H. & Ellis, C., 1991. Garden aubrietia [sic] as foodplant for the Green-veined White Pieris napi. BBCS News 48: 42-43

E33          Evans, L. and Evans, K. 1973, A survey of the Macrolepidoptera of Croydon and north east Surrey (in West 1998)

E34          Emmet, A.M. & Pyman, G.A., 1985. The larger moths and butterflies of Essex. Essex Field Club, London

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F03          Frost, H.M., 2005. The Butterflies of Yorkshire. Butterfly Conservation, Wareham.

F04          Clough, S. in Frost, H.M., 2005. The Butterflies of Yorkshire. Butterfly Conservation, Wareham.

F05          The Naturalist, 1941, p. 248, in Frost, H.M., 2005. The Butterflies of Yorkshire. Butterfly Conservation, Wareham.

F06          Rankin, N. in Frost, H.M., 2005. The Butterflies of Yorkshire. Butterfly Conservation, Wareham.

F07          Farrow, F.J.L., 1999. Another view on larval foodplants of the Brown Argus (Aricia agestis) with regard to its recent expansion in East Norfolk (VC27). Bull Amat. Ent. Soc. 5830/04/2006 61

F08          Fuller, M., 1995. The Butterflies of Wiltshire. Pisces.

F09          Frost, M.P. & Madge, S.C., 1991. Butterflies in South-east Cornwall. Caradon Field and Natural History Club, Torpoint

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G1           Gainsford, P., 1975. Mellicta athalia Rottemburg in East Cornwall, 1974. Entomologist’s Rec. J. Var. 87: 172-175

G2           Goddard, D., 1992. Foodplants of Holly Blue and Orange Tip. Bull. Amat. Ent. Soc. 51: 179

G3           Gardiner, B.O.C., 1996. Foodplants of Swallowtail larvae. Bull. Amat. Ent. Soc. 55: 80

G4           Garland, S.P., 1981. Butterflies of the Sheffield area. Sorby Nat. Hist. Soc.

G5           Goodden, R.C., 1978. British Butterflies - a field guide. David & Charles, Vermont

G6           Gay, J. & P., 1996. Atlas of Sussex Butterflies. Butterfly conservation, Sussex branch

G7           Green, J.E., 1982. A Practical Guide to the Butterflies of Worcestershire. Worcestershire Nature Conservation Trust

H01         Hamm, A.H., 1923. A substitute food for the larva of Melitaea aurinia. Entomologist’s mon. Mag. 59: 183

H02         Hardy, P.B. personal observation

H03         Heath, J., Pollard & Thomas, J.A., 1984. Atlas of butterflies in Britain and Ireland. Harmondsworth.

H04         Bibby, T.J. in Heath, J., Pollard & Thomas, J.A., 1984. Atlas of butterflies in Britain and Ireland. Harmondsworth.

H05         Brakefield, P.M. in Heath, J., Pollard & Thomas, J.A., 1984. Atlas of butterflies in Britain and Ireland. Harmondsworth.

H06         Morton, A.C. in Heath, J., Pollard & Thomas, J.A., 1984. Atlas of butterflies in Britain and Ireland. Harmondsworth.

H07         Thomas, J.A. in Heath, J., Pollard & Thomas, J.A., 1984. Atlas of butterflies in Britain and Ireland. Harmondsworth.

H08         Warren, M.S. in Heath, J., Pollard & Thomas, J.A., 1984. Atlas of butterflies in Britain and Ireland. Harmondsworth.

H09         Willmott, K.J. in Heath, J., Pollard & Thomas, J.A., 1984. Atlas of butterflies in Britain and Ireland. Harmondsworth.

H10         Willmott, K.J. & Grey, P. in Heath, J., Pollard & Thomas, J.A., 1984. Atlas of butterflies in Britain and Ireland. Harmondsworth.

H11         Willmott, K.J. & Porter, K.J. in Heath, J., Pollard & Thomas, J.A., 1984. Atlas of butterflies in Britain and Ireland. Harmondsworth.

H12         Henwood, B. P., 1990. Larvae of the Brown Argus, Aricia agestis D&S (Lep.: Lycaenidae) feeding on the seeds of Geranium molle. Ent. Rec. J. Var., 102: 45

H13         Hering, E.M., 1957. Bestimmungstabellen der Blattminen von Europa 1-3, 1185, 221 pp., 725 figs. ‘s-Gravenhage

H14         Heslop Harrison J.W. 1949, The foodplants of C. rubi in the Inner Hebrides. Ent. Rec. J. Var., 61: 6

H15         Henwood, B. P., 1990. Larva of Celastrina argiolus L., Holly Blue (Lep.:Lycaenidae) feeding on sallow. Ent. Rec. J. Var., 103: 134

H16         Haggett, G.M., 1993. Wild larvae of Green Hairstreak (Lep.: Lycaenidae) feeding on Purging buckthorn. Ent. Rec. J. Var., 105: 39

H17         Haggett, G.M., 1993. Wild larvae of Celastrina argiolus L. (Lep.: Lycaenidae) on hop. Ent. Rec. J. Var., 105: 86

H18         Howarth, T.G., 1984. Colour Identification Guide to Butterflies of the British Isles. Viking, Harmondsworth

H19         Harrison, F. & Sterling, M.J., 1985. Butterflies and Moths of Derbyshire. Derbyshire Entomological Society

H20         Hall, M.R., 1991. An Atlas of Norfolk Butterflies 1984-1988. BBCS Norfolk Branch

H21         Holloway, J., 1998. Geranium Bronze Cacyreus marshalli Butl. Atropos 4: 3

H22         Herbert, C., 1993. Butterflies of the London Borough of Barnet. Herts & Middx Wildlife Trust

H23         Harwood, W.H. in Fitch, E.A., 1891. The Lepidoptera of Essex. Part 1 - Butterflies. Essex Naturalist %: 74-108

H24         Hickin, N., 1992. The Butterflies of Ireland. Roberts Rinehart, Schull

J1            Joy, J., 1996. The larval habitats of the Grayling  butterfly Hipparchia semele (Linnaeus) (Lepidoptera: Satyridae) at inland local mine sites in Shropshire. Ent. Gaz. 47: 139-142

K1           Keesing, J.L.S., 1982. Monarch butterflies – Danaus plexipus [sic] – at Kew.  Bull. Amat. Ent. Soc. 41:74-75

K2    Kettlewell, H.B.D., 1946. Further observations on the season of 1945, with special reference to Pontia daplidice, etc. Entomologist 79: 111-115

K3           Kemp, R., 1998. Importance of larval foodplant lifespan to British butterflies - with particular reference to the Brown Argus Aricia agestis. Bull. Amat. Ent. Soc. 57: 48

K4           Kirkland, P., 2005. The Scotch Argus. Butterfly Conservation Magazine 89: 23-25

L1            Leech, A. in Cribb, P.W., 1991. An unusual choice of foodplant by the Holly Blue. Bull. Amat. Ent. Soc. 50: 106-107

L2            Lorimer, R.I., 1983. The Lepidoptera of the Orkney Islands. Classey, Faringdon

M1          Mussell, D., 1993. A Holly Blue Celastrina argiolus Linn. ovipositing on Ling, Calluna vulgaris and the subsequent larvae reaching maturity. Ent. Rec. J. Var., 105: 89

M2          Murdoch, R., 1988. Does the Brimstone have an alternative foodplant? British Butt. Cons. Soc. (Devon Branch) Newsletter, No.6: 8

M3          May, P., 1999. Brimstone butterfly Gonepteryx rhamni L. (Lep.:Pieridae) egg-laying on dock Rumex sp. Ent. Rec. J. Var. 111: 199

M4          Mendel, H. & Piotrowski, S.H., 1986. The Butterflies of Suffolk. Suffolk Naturalists' Society

N1           Nash, D., 2006. Personal communication via e-mail

O1           Owen, D.F., 1976. Conservation of butterflies in garden habitats. Environ. Conserv.3: 285-290

P01          Palmer, S.M., 1995. Observations on the choice of foodplants by the Marsh Fritillary butterfly Eurodryas aurinia (Rottemburg) (Lepidoptera: Nymphalidae) on chalk downland in south Wiltshire and adjacent counties. Ent. Gaz., 46: 169-172

P02          Plant, C.W., 1990, Ent. Rec. J. Var., 102: 41-42

P03          Peach, T., 1991. Holly Blue laying on Firethorn Pyracantha atalantoides. Bull. Amat. Ent. Soc. 50: 173

P04          Pennington, M.G., 1996. The Large White butterfly Pieris brassicae L. (Lep.: Pieridae) in Shetland. Ent. Rec. J. Var. 108: 137-139.

P05          Porter, J., 1997. The Colour Identification Guide to Caterpillars of the British Isles. Viking, Harmondsworth

P06          Philp, E.G., 1993. The Butterflies of Kent. Kent Field Club, Sittingbourne

P07          Paston, S., 1985. Holly Blue Haven. Newsletter, Norfolk Branch British Butterfly Conservation Society 10: 10-11

P08          Pye, M., Gardiner, T. & Field, R., 2003. A behavioural study of Small Skipper Thymelicus sylvestris Poda and Essex Skipper Thymelicus lineola Ochs. Butterflies (Lep.: Hesperiidae). Ent. Rec. J. Var., 115: 1-12

P09          Plant, C.W., 1987. The Butterflies of the London area. London Natural History Society, London

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R1           Richards, O.W., 1940. The biology of the small white butterfly Pieris rapae with special reference to the factors controlling its abundance. J. Anim. Ecol. 9: 243-288

R2           Russell, P.J.C., 1991. A Holly Blue ovipositing on Coronilla varia. Bull. Amat. Ent. Soc. 50: 105-6

R3           Rimington, W.E., 1991. The Holly Blue - alternative foodplants. Bull. Amat. Ent. Soc. 50: 108

R4           Revels, R., 1992. Practical hint - Chalkhill Blue foodplant - garden pea. Bull. Amat. Ent. Soc. 51: 172

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S02          Selman, B.J., Luff, M.L. & Monck, W.J., 1973. The Castle Eden Dene Argus butterfly Aricia artaxerxes salmacis Stephens. Vasculum 58: 17-22

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S04          Shaw, M.R., 1977. On the distribution of some satyrid (Lep.) larvae at a coastal site in relation to their ichneumonid (Hym.) parasite. Entomologist's Gaz. 28: 133-134

S05          Shreeve, T.G., 1986. Egg-laying by the speckled wood butterfly Pararge aegeria: the role of female behaviour, hostplant abundance and temperature. Ecol. Ent. II: 229-236

S06          Smith, M.H., 1991. Green-veined White (Pieris napi) ovipositing on parsley piert (Aphanes arvensis). Ent. Rec. J. Var., 103: 270

S07          South, R., 1906. The Butterflies of the British Isles. London

S08          Stokoe, W.G. & Stovin, G.H.T., 1944. The caterpillars of the British butterflies. London

S09          Sampson, T., 1994. Swallowtail larvae on Ground Elder. Bull. Amat. Ent. Soc. 53: 204

S10          Sparks, T.H., 1995. Unusual observations of the Swallowtail butterfly Papilio machaon Linnaeus (Lepidoptera: Papilionidae) in Cambridge. Ent. Gaz. 46: 140

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