Norfolk status Widespread and common. Delicate green and brown markings in a camouflage pattern. The moth folds its forewings when at rest to give the effect of a crumpled leaf. Although there are two large generations in Spring and Autumn, the moth can be found in almost any month, more numerous in the Autumn generation when migrants examples are also most frequent at coastal sites.
Recorded in 68 (92%) of 74 10k Squares. First Recorded in 1834. Last Recorded in 2024. Additional Stats