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Pseudoswammerdamia combinella
Copper-tipped Ermine

(H?bner, 1786)436 / 16.014

Morley’s Final Catalogue: The least frequent of the genus with us; on blackthorn. Leiston (Grey) and Southwold (Ctw), both before 1890. At Fritton light in Aug. 1934 (Mly).

Recent Status: A fairly common species in Suffolk.

Life Style: A single brooded species flying from April to June. The larvae feed on Prunus spinosa. They pupate in a tough white cocoon on the ground. The pupal stage passes the winter.

Identification: An easily recognised species with long wings. Head and thorax whitish black edged followed by a fading orange brown wing base. A terminal orange brown patch broadly dark edged.
The larvae blotch mine the leaves before feeding from a web beneath them.

Recorded in 19 (33%) of 58 10k Squares.
First Recorded in 1934.
Last Recorded in 2020.
Additional Stats

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Determination
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Latest 5 Records
Date#VC10k Area
24/05/2020125TG50 - Gorleston
22/05/2020125TM46 - Minsmere/Leiston
20/05/2020125TM24 - Woodbridge/Martlesham
20/05/2020125TM13 - Brantham/Holbrook
09/05/2020125TM46 - Minsmere/Leiston
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Wingspan: 13-16mm
Flight: May - June
Foodplant:   Blackthorn
Nat Status: Common
Verification Grade:  Adult: 1
 Immature Adult
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