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<ul><li><p>Records for Death's Head and Convolvulus Hawk-Moths in 1935Author(s): A. W. StelfoxSource: The Irish Naturalists' Journal, Vol. 6, No. 2 (Mar., 1936), p. 50Published by: Irish Naturalists' Journal Ltd.Stable URL: .Accessed: 24/06/2014 00:48</p><p>Your use of the JSTOR archive indicates your acceptance of the Terms &amp; Conditions of Use, available at .</p><p> .JSTOR is a not-for-profit service that helps scholars, researchers, and students discover, use, and build upon a wide range ofcontent in a trusted digital archive. We use information technology and tools to increase productivity and facilitate new formsof scholarship. For more information about JSTOR, please contact</p><p> .</p><p>Irish Naturalists' Journal Ltd. is collaborating with JSTOR to digitize, preserve and extend access to The IrishNaturalists' Journal.</p><p> </p><p>This content downloaded from on Tue, 24 Jun 2014 00:48:54 AMAll use subject to JSTOR Terms and Conditions</p><p></p></li><li><p>50 The Irish Naturalists' Journal. [Vol. VI. </p><p>RECORDS FOR DEATH'S HEAD AND CONVOLVULUS HAWK-MOTHS IN 1935. </p><p>A few specimens of both these species were sent to the National Museum </p><p>during September last. Convolvulus Hawk-moth, Ilerse convolvuli L. Bray, Co. Wicklow </p><p>(Miss Maedonnelil), about 9th September. Grenagh House, Kiilarney, Co. </p><p>Kerry (Mr. Noel O'Mahony), 1.4th September. Greenane, Co. Kerry (Mr. Dan Sullivan), 15th September. </p><p>Death's Head Hawk-moth, Aeherontia atrojios L. The Rectory, Fethard, Co. Wexford (Mrs. Ludgate), 11th September. Ballyteague, Kilmuckridge, </p><p>Gorey, Co. Wexford (Mr. J. J. Somers), 25th September. </p><p>National Museum, Dublin. A. W. STELFOX. </p><p>ENTOMOLOGICAL NOTES FROM EAST TYRONE. </p><p>Peacock butterfly, NymphaUs io L., although fairly common locally this autumn, was not os abundant as in 1934. </p><p>Brown Lace wing fly, Otrmylus chrysops L., again appeared in some </p><p>numbers on the river here (Milton) in July; but fiphemera danica Mull., " the Green Drake," usually common at the end of May and early June, </p><p>was almost absent this year; in Messrs. King &amp; H albert's List of the </p><p>Neuroptera of Ireland there is no record of this insect for Ulster. </p><p>Dungannon. THOMAS GREER. </p><p>PHENOLOGICAL REPORT FOR 1935. By Dr. M. Grimes. </p><p>(Continued from p. 8.) ARRIVAL OF BIRDS IN SPRING. </p><p>CHIFFCHAFF, Phylloscopus c, collybita (Vieill.). D'bate, 20.3; C'lyons, 25.3; Down, 25.3; B'fast 2, 26.3 ;'Carbury, 26.3; T'league, 27.3; C'fean, 28.3; Eostrevor, 28.3; B'fast 3, 30.3; Birr, 31.3; Newcastle (Co. Limerick), 31.3; Wicklow, 3.4; Dublin S., 7.4; B'fast 5, 8.4; Mullingar, 12.4; Santry, 15.4. </p><p>SAND MARTIN, Piparia r. riparia (L.). C'lyons, 23.3; W'point, 23.3; B'fast 2, 29.3; B'fast 5. 3.4; B'fast 3, 10.4; T'league, 12.4; C'fean, 15.4; B'gawley, 19.4; Carburv, 23.4; Birr, 6.5. </p><p>WHEATEAR, (En ant he oe. wnanthe (L.). Wicklow, 30.3; D'bate, 20.4. </p><p>SWALLOW, Hirundo r. rmtica L. T'league, 1.4; B'fast 4, 7.4; B'gawley, 8.4; D'bate, 8.4; K'leagh, 8.4; Down, 10.4; Mullingar, 10.4; </p><p>W'point, 10.4; Edge'town, 11.4; Longford, 11.4; B'dare, 12.4; C'lyons, 12.4; Rostrevor, 12.4; B'fast 2, 13.4; Birr, 13.4; Dublin S., 13.4; Wicklow, 13.4; C'fean, 14.4; B'fast 5, 15.4; Larne, 15.4; Newcastle (Co. Limerick), 15.4; B'fast 3, 17.4; Santry, 17.4; Sligo, 17.4; Valentia, 17.4; Carbury, 18.4; Cashel, 18.4; Cork, 19.4; Parkmore, 20.4; G'island, 21.4; Galway, 23.4; Trim, 24.4; Bellahill, 28.4. </p><p>WILLOW WARBLER, Phylloscopus t, trochitus (L.). T'league, 3.4; </p><p>Carbury, 7.4; C'lyons, 12.4; Wicklow, 12.4; C'fean, 13.4; W'poiiit, 13.4; </p><p>B'gawley, 14.4; B'fast 5, 14.4; Birr, 14.4; Dublin S., 14.4; Rostrevor, </p><p>15.4; D'bate, 16.4; Santry, 18.4. CORNCRAKE, Crcx crex (L.). K'leagh, 12.4; C'lyons, 13.4; </p><p>B'fast 2, 14.4; Canbury, 16.4; Edge'town, 19.4; T'league, 20.4; B'fast 3, 21.4; Birr, 21.4; Larne, 21.4; Longford, 22.4; Sligo, 22.4; </p><p>W'point, 22.4; B'fast 5, 24.4; Cashel, 24.4; 'C'fean, 24.4; Scuitry, 24.4; Bellahill, 25.4; Galway, 27.4; Parkmore, 30.4; Wicklow, 30.4; B'dare, 1.5; Down, 2.5; Dublin Sj 2.5; Rostrevor, 6.5. </p><p>HOUSE MARTIN, Delichon u. urbica (L.). Down, 12.4; W'point, 13.4; Carbury, 15.4; T'league, 16.4; </p><p>B'fast 3, 21.4; B'gawley, 25.4; Galway. </p><p>29.4; B'fast 5, 21.4; C'lyons, 3.5; D'bate, 3.5; Trim, 5.5; Wicklow, 7.5; Newcastle (Co. Limerick), 9.5; Dublin S., 21.5; C'fean, 1.6. </p><p>This content downloaded from on Tue, 24 Jun 2014 00:48:54 AMAll use subject to JSTOR Terms and Conditions</p><p></p><p>Article Contentsp. 50</p><p>Issue Table of ContentsThe Irish Naturalists' Journal, Vol. 6, No. 2 (Mar., 1936), pp. 29-56Editorial [pp. 29-30]Some New Forms of Irish Coleoptera [p. 30-30]Excavations at Ballintoy Caves, Co. Antrim. Third Report [pp. 31-42]ObituaryRowland Southern. 1882-1935 [pp. 42-45]</p><p>Storm Petrel in Co. Tyrone [p. 45-45]Bird Life on the North Bull (Continued) [pp. 46-48]Zoological NotesAmerican Pectoral Sandpiper in Ireland [p. 49-49]Immature Gannet, Sula bassana, Linn., in Co. Cavan [p. 49-49]Turtle Dove in Co. Wicklow [p. 49-49]Records for Death's Head and Convolvulus Hawk-Moths in 1935 [p. 50-50]Entomological Notes from East Tyrone [p. 50-50]</p><p>Phenological Report for 1935 (Continued) [pp. 50-52]Some Common Sand-Dune Mosses of the East Coast of Ireland [pp. 52-53]News of the Societies [pp. 54-55]Our Library TableReview: untitled [p. 55-55]Review: untitled [p. 56-56]</p></li></ul>