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70.220 [B&F: 1899] Frosted Yellow (Isturgia limbaria) (Fabricius, 1775)


Extinct in the British Isles, formerly in dry open areas and on embankments in south-east England, where last recorded in Essex in 1914, previously not uncommon near Stowmarket in Suffolk and elsewhere in East Anglia, also known from northern-central Scotland. Wingspan 26-30 mm. Day-flying. Larva fed on Broom and over-wintered as a pupa.

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