We do not have a description of this species at this time. A rare species across the continent and recorded from near Loch Ness in Scotland and Lancashire in England.
Larvae feed on birches in birch woodlands.
Size: Not known
Distribution: England, Scotland
Flight period: Assumed May to June, July to September
Plant associations: Betula spp. (birches)
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