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Common Forest Looper
Pseudocoremia suavis

(Butler, 1879) 1965a / 70.290
Norfolk status
No Norfolk Records.

Endemic to New Zealand, this species was first recorded in Britain in 2007 at a single location in Cornwall. Probably introduced to the area accidentally by a local nursery, it is now recorded regularly at the site, where it is thought to feed on Scots Pine, cypresses or Gorse, although larval evidence remains elusive.

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Forewing: 14-15mm
Flight: Continuous
Foodplant:   Uncertain
Nat Status: Accidental Import
Verification Grade:
 Immature Adult
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