Norfolk status Scarce. Two distinct races, a race feeding on Oak, predominating in southern England, and a race feeding on Bog-myrtle in the north. Adult ground colour depends on foodplant with specimens from Oak usually yellow/brown. Bog-myrtle feeders are dark grey/brown.
Larval record from Dersingham Bog in 1966 (emerged 15th March 1967, D.W.H. Ffennell) Adult record at Holt Lowes in 1999 (J. Clifton)
[MBGBI vol4.2 p130] no records listed.
Recorded in 2 (3%) of 69 10k Squares. First Recorded in 1966. Last Recorded in 1999. Additional Stats