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( 385 ) XV. Lepidoptera Hetcroccra from China, Japan, and Corea. By the late John Heney Leech, B.A., F.L.S., F.Z.S., etc. Part V. With descriptions of new species by Richard South, F.E.S. [Read October 2nd, 1901.] Plates XIV and XV. [The present portion of this paper treats of the Pyralidse, and concludes the subject so far as the author purposed dealing with it. The manuscript was nearly completed at the time of Mr. Leech's lamented decease, and practically all that there remained to do was to prepare the MS. for publication. This I have done, and at the same time I have described the species that had been set aside as new to science. I am greatly indebted to Sir George F. Hampson for much valuable assistance in the determin- ation of genera in this somewhat difficult family. Of the four hundred and thirty-four species now referred to, seventy-three are novelties, and thirty-eight were else- where described by Mr. Leech. A few species recorded from " China " have been included, and these ma}^ only occur in southern parts of the country, and do not therefore properly belong to the Palsearctic region. Mrs. Leech having generously presented her son's collection of Lepidoptera to the nation, the types of all species here introduced, as well as of those previously described by Mr. Leech, are in the Natural History Museum at South Kensington. R.S.] Subfamily GALLBRIINM. Genus Melissoblaptes. Zeller, Isis, 1839, p. 180. 1572. Melissoblaptes bipunctanus. Melissoblaptes bipunctanus, Curt., Brit. Ent., v, p. 201. One specimen taken by a native collector at Hakodate in June or July. Distribution. Europe. — Yesso. TRANS. ENT. SOC. LOND. 1901. — PART IV. (DEC.)

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XV. Lepidoptera Heterocera from China, Japan, and Corea. Part V. With descriptions of new species by Richard South

John Henry Leech and Richard South
Transactions of The Royal Entomological Society of London 49: 385-514 (1901)

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