Morley's Final Catalogue: Over the whole county, and not much rarer than the last kind [Puss Moth] on the same plants. Sudbury, scarce (Ransom); Bentley (Garrett); Waldringfield (Ent., March 1892); Martlesham, at Ipswich electric lights (Mly, Baylis, Pyett); Witnesham (Sparke); Monks Soham; Needham (L); Barsham; Lowestoft in August (Ent. 1922, 258); Gorleston (Mr). Downham (Norgate); Brandon (Wrn); Tuddenham (Wrt); Timworth in 1911 (Nurse).
Recent Status: A locally common species, rather sparse in the north-east of the county.
Identification: Compare with the other two kitten species.
Habitat: Woodland containing Poplar, Aspen and Willows.
Recorded in 35 (60%) of 58 10k Squares. First Recorded in 1911. Last Recorded in 2020. Additional Stats