Alucitidae
ABH BF
Photo © Rosemary Holt,  30/06/2015 - Lyng

  Immature stages

 
Alucita hexadactyla
Many-plumed Moth

Linnaeus, 175844.001/1288
Norfolk status
The only British member of its family. Can occur any time between late winter and late autumn. Often found hibernating.
Gardens and woodland where foodplant (Honeysuckle) found.

Each wing is separated into 6 'plumes', making the English name for this unusual little moth rather inaccurate!

Recorded in 50 (72%) of 69 10k Squares.
First Recorded in 1834.
Last Recorded in 2016.

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Determination
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Latest 5 Records
Date#VC10k Area
17/09/2016127TG11 - Drayton/Swannington
06/09/2016127TG00 - Runhall/Barnham Broom
04/09/2016128TF63 - Snettisham/Dersingham
01/09/2016127TG10 - Wymondham/Cringleford
31/08/2016127TG00 - Runhall/Barnham Broom
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Wingspan: 14-16 mm.
Season: Two Generations. Can occur any time.
Foodplant:   Honeysuckle.
Nat Status: Common
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