Morley's Final Catalogue: Certainly scarcer than thirty years ago, when it was frequent and sometimes even abundant in the Bentley* and Assington woods; occurring also at Easton, Leiston and Beccles (ante 1890). Belstead wood, somewhat scarce in 1899 (Platten); one at Waldringfield in 1929 (Wlr); common at Blythburgh (Btn.); Tuddenham Fen in 1909 (Mly); a few larvae near Timworth in 1911 (Nurse). Bentley, abundant before 10 a.m. (Crisp).
Recent status: common and widespread resident.
Recorded in 53 (91%) of 58 10k Squares.
First Recorded in 1894.
Last Recorded in 2019.