|2136 ~ Gothic ~ Naenia typica|
Not too common a species, usually found as singletons, although it has been recorded throughout much of the county.
Wingspan : M & F, 36-46mm.
Bordered Gothic and Feathered Gothic.
Fens, marshes, riverbanks and other wet places. Also gardens and hedgerows.
A range of wild and cultivated herbaceous and woody plants.
Overwinters as a larva. Larva July-April, feeding at night. Pupates underground.
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Photo by PRW, 18th July 2008, Commins Coch
Photo by PRW, 24th June 2010, Commins Coch