Norfolk status Rare unmistakeable Pug, found only in Norfolk and Lincs.
UK Records for this species from 2000 onwards, sourced records from just two 10km squares, with a record of a singleton from one additional 10km square, all in Norfolk. Rediscovered at a Lincolnshire site in 2011.
Larvae can be found from mid August to the start of September feeding on Sea Wormwood, a distinctive aromatic silver/blue plant, found along the edges of the Salt marsh on the North Norfolk coast.
Please send in all records of this species to the Norfolk County Recorder.