|62.037 ~ 1440 ~ Acrobasis marmorea|
Resident. A very local and uncommon species in England and Wales.
The first record of this uncommon species was made at Newtown in 1989 and then it was not recorded again until 2011 at Llanymynech Rocks (see pic below).
Wingspan : M & F, 18-23mm.
T. sauvella. T. advenella.
|Flight time & Voltinity
Found in hedgerows and scrub.
Spinning. Eggs laid on foodplant. Larva makes a web in the twigs which looks like a piece of wool. Pupates in the web in a brownish/grey cocoon.
Photo by PRW, 2nd July 2011, Llanymynech Rocks