Huddersfield Chronicle (20/Aug/1859) - Correspondence: Huddersfield Entomology
To the Editor of the Huddersfield Chronicle.
In the work "History of Huddersfield," lately published by Mr. Hobkirk, the only localities mentioned where Gonepteryx rhamni has been caught, are Lepton Great Wood, Lockwood, and Honley Moor. It will, perhaps, be interesting to the entomologists of Huddersfield and its neighbourhood, to know, that on Sunday last I took a very fine specimen, a female, in Birks Wood, thus adding one more locality, where this fine insect has been taken.
Almondbury, August 18th, 1859.