Morley's Final Catalogue: Generally scattered sparsely, except SW. Bentley (Harwood); Hacheston (Hkr); Beccles (Crf); Hardwick (Skepper); Brandon (Wrn); and 'in considerable abundance' in West Stow wood (Wrl, in Suff. Inst. iv, 1870, p.221): ante 1890. Corton in 1891 (Butler); one at Waldringfield in 1927 (Wlr); Bentley Woods, one in 1896 (Platten); Copdock on 7 July 1894 (Hkg); a few larvae near Timworth in 1911 (Nurse); and at Dunwich in 1933 (Trans. ii, 161); an imago at light at Fritton Lake in mid-August 1934 (loc. cit., p.clxxxiii). Wangford Wood, bred 1937 (Gd).
Recent Suffolk status: Fairly common, but not as regularly recorded as the Green Silver-lines.