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National Status: Migrant
Local Status: unknown
Local Record: See here for explanation
Flight time: see flight plot
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sorry, no pictures available for this species yet
For further information refer UK Moths.
Davey, P., 2009: A species headquartered south of 48°N that very rarely migrates to Britain, the larva feeding on spurge (Euphorbia spp.). The moth is double-brooded in southern Europe, flying in May and June, and again from mid-July to the end of August. In Dorset, the moth has been recorded on two occasions: Canford Cliffs, adult disturbed from privet bush four hundred metres from sea front on 12 July 1908 (W Hooker), Purbeck district, female netted on 21 August 1968 (J Reid).