Morley's Final Catalogue: Very local; never seen through forty years (Mly). Foxhall Heath; Blaxhall; Mildenhall and Tuddenham in Breck; Herringfleet and Belton in NE. (ante 1890). Tuddenham, Cavenham, Icklingham (Sparke) and Downham (Norgate), in Breck about 1900. Belton Heath, very rare in August 1927 (Mr); Blythburgh (Btn) and Fritton in 1936 (Gd).
Recent Status: Scarce and local, mainly in the Sandlings and the Breck. The males readily fly in sunshine and also come to light with the female more docile.
Habitat: Heathland and woodland.
Recorded in 25 (43%) of 58 10k Squares. First Recorded in 1900. Last Recorded in 2020. Additional Stats