Morley's Final Catalogue: Local and infrequent; commoner in certain years, e.g. 1933. Bentley Woods (Baylis, Mly); Washbrook (Hkg); Bawdsey (D); occasionally at Hemley and Waldringfield (Wlr); Monks Soham garden (Mly); Hepworth (Kirkby); Beccles (Gls); Sotterley (Gd); Gorleston in 1921 (Mr), Bradwell and Hopton (D), in Lothingland: cf. Trans. ii, 184 and 290.
Recent status: Locally common.
Identification: Exhibits sexual dimorphism with the male grey and the female white. Compare the female with White Ermine.
Habitat: Woodland and gardens.
Recorded in 47 (81%) of 58 10k Squares. First Recorded in 1921. Last Recorded in 2020. Additional Stats