Norfolk status Scarce. Distinctive species, diagnostic small size and grey/ochreous gound colour.
A fairly common and widely distributed species in England, Wales and Scotland. Rather scarce in Norfolk with very few recent records. A scattering of old records include six Victorian references from across Norfolk, and 1980's and 90's records from Hickling, Ringland, Aldeford, Bawdeswell, East Wretham, Bodney, Breckles heath and Kelling Heath.
Recent records at Foulden Common (J.Wheeler, 2011) and Sheringham (F.Farrow, 2011)
Recorded in 27 (39%) of 69 10k Squares. First Recorded in 1874. Last Recorded in 2020. Additional Stats