Morley’s Final Catalogue: Local and polyphagous. Taken at Hemley during 1903 by the Revd. A. P. Waller (EMM. 1904, 80).
Recent Status: There are two Suffolk records for this scarce species.
Life Style: A single brooded species flying in mid-summer. The larvae feed on a variety of herbaceous and deciduous tree leaves, spinning shoots or leaves together. The larvae hibernate.
Identification: A generally pale orange ochreous species but can also be a grey brown. The male is smaller than the female and has more rounded wings. There is no costal fold. It has a similar pattern to Pandemis species. The central bands front edge is straight and has a break or is faint a short distance before the costa and is then narrow to the costa. More Info
Retained Specimen / Photograph will be Required.
Recorded in 1 (2%) of 58 10k Squares. First Recorded in 1903. Last Recorded in 1903. Additional Stats