Norfolk status Scarce. Ground colour white with distinct black marks in median fascia, black stria in tornal area and obvious rufous apical spot.
Nationally scarce, rare distinctive Tortrix, with only a few Norfolk records from the Brecks and Broads. Occurs on calcareous soils mainly in the southern counties of England. The adult flies from dusk onwards in June - July. Larvae feed on the berries of Buckthorn.
Recorded in 10 (14%) of 69 10k Squares. First Recorded in 1874. Last Recorded in 2021. Additional Stats