All the tibia in Athalia cornubiae are ringed apically in black and the thorax has lateral and ventral sides orangy. The prescutum and scutellum are black. In females the hypogidium lacks lateral lobes but is strongly incised each side of the middle. Males cannot be separated from Athalia liberta males./p>
Larvae possibly feed on stonecrops.
Flight period: May to September
Plant associations: Sedum spp? (stonecrops)
The National Biodiversity Network records are shown on the map below. (See terms and conditions)
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