Morley’s Final Catalogue: The sole Suffolk specimen was beaten from alder in Fritton marshes on 2 June 1935 (Morley, Proc. SNS. iii, p. xliii), till Mr. Goddard took one at Dunwich the following June.
Recent Status: A rare species in Suffolk.
Life Style: The moth is single brooded flying in summer at night and comes to light. The larvae feed on Salix species from a rolled leaf. They pupate in a cocoon on the ground following hibernation.
Identification: This is a small hooked apex Ancylis. It has a dark costal patch, the dorsal edge runs from the wing base to the apex with a double waved shape. The section above the tornus is straight and dark at the apex. This section is concave in A. geminana and ends on the termen.
Recorded in 7 (12%) of 58 10k Squares. First Recorded in 1935. Last Recorded in 2013. Additional Stats