Norfolk status Rare species found in woods, parkland and gardens throughout England.
Confusion with the now extinct D. augustella has led to uncertain distribution data.
The larvae feed within the bark of various trees including European Larch, Field Maple, Lime, Apple and Elm.
New for West Norfolk in 2017 when a male and female were found at West Walton. Two specimens were collected sheltering in bark grooves of a hollow Ash tree. (Anna Jordan, 21/05/17 - Gen. Det. Jon Clifton)
Unconfirmed VC27 record from 2001.
Found just over the border in Suffolk by Dr. Whittingham, who discovered it to the south of Thetford in 1932.
Retained Specimen / Photograph will be Required.
Recorded in 1 (1%) of 69 10k Squares. First Recorded in 2017. Last Recorded in 2017. Additional Stats