|2229 ~ Brindled Ochre ~ Dasypolia templi|
Resident. Local N,C,SW.
A rare and very local species that has only been recorded twice in the county, the last time at Llyn Mawr SSSI in 1971.
Wingspan : M & F, 42-48mm.
Certain forms of Northern Rustic.
Mostly coastal grassland and cliffs, but also found in moorland, upland grassland and marshland.
Hogweed and wild angelica.
Overwinters as a female adult. Eggs are laid on the foodplant in spring. Larva April-early August. Pupates just below the soil.
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