Morley's Final Catalogue: Suffolk, teste W.C. Hewitson Esq. (Stephens, Illust, ii, 1828, p.72). Of frequent occurrence, though rarer than formerly (cp. Ent. Wk. Intell. x, 1861,27); no recent record from west Suffolk, except at Worlington in 1925 et seqq. (Whit). Annually scarce at Waldringfield (Wlr); Felixstow and Nacton (Gibbs); Bentley and Barnby (Vinter); Dodnash, Ipswich, Belton, Gorleston, etc
Recent Suffolk status: Almost exclusively found in the Breck and along the coastal belt.
Life history: Single-brooded in early summer.
Identification: Unmistakable. Sometimes seen by day but most records are of adults to light.
Habitat: Open woodland, heathland, grassland and gardens.
Recorded in 32 (55%) of 58 10k Squares. First Recorded in 1918. Last Recorded in 2023. Additional Stats