Norfolk status Rare. One of several very similar moths which can be difficult to separate. Only British member of the genus with white legs, but can easily be mistaken for a faded specimen of the common Stenoptilia bipunctidactyla. Sea-cliffs, sandhills, grassland and other chalky or dry pastures.
Recent records at Leziate, 2003; Horsey, 2003; Hindolveston, 2005; Winterton Dunes, 2008.
Recorded in 14 (20%) of 69 10k Squares. First Recorded in 1873. Last Recorded in 2020. Additional Stats