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#1 2017-06-11 17:10:59

troilus
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Anthomyidae

Can anyone tell me the current distribution of Zaphne inuncta as I have found a male in a water trap in Dorset

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#2 2017-06-11 19:33:41

Michael Ackland
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Re: Anthomyidae

These are the records in my spreadsheets, but Phil Brighton will be able to supply the records on the new Atlas. The numeral is the VC.
arbis Bay    SW5238    1    A
Helston    SW6627    1    A
Looe Pool    SX2553    2    A
Scadsbury Copse and Moor (East), Northlew    SS520015    4    A
Scansbury Meadows, Rutleigh, Northlew    SS520015    4    A
Scadsbury Copse and Moor (East), Northlew    SS520015    4    A
Scadsbury Copse and Moor (East), Northlew    SS520015    4    A
Scadsbury Copse and Moor (East), Northlew    SS520015    4    A
Britty Common    ST2515    5    A
Studland NNR    SZ0284    9    A
Aldridge Hill    SU2703    11    A
Brockenhurst    SU2902    11    A
Denny Wood New Forest    SU3305    11    A
Matley Bog    SU3505    11    A
Yew Tree Heath    SU3606    11    A
Holmesley Bog    SU223014    11    A
Crab Tree Bog area    SU269026    11    A
Hincheslea Bog    SU275005    11    A
Crab Tree Bog area    SU269026    11    A
Stony Moors    SZ213995    11    A
Tilgate Forest    TQ2733    13    B
Kinrara    NH 8709    95    I
Boat of Garten    NH9119    95    I
Nethy Bridge    NJ0020    95    I
Cannich, Strathglass    NH3331     96    I
Glenmore    NH9807    96    I
Loch Garten    NH9718    96    I

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