Norfolk status Easily distinguished from Gypsonoma dealbana by the clear white frons, further told from by overall colouration being cleaner and more 'pied'.
Locally fairly common over much of Britain in open woodland, parks, gardens and the banks of ponds, canals, rivers and streams. Scattered Norfolk records, mostly from East Norfolk (VC27) and along the coast and Brecks in west Norfolk (VC28)
Recorded in 47 (68%) of 69 10k Squares. First Recorded in 1874. Last Recorded in 2020. Additional Stats