Main: (Noctuidae / Xyleninae)
73.160 [B&F: 2335] Slender Brindle (Apamea scolopacina) (Esper, 1788)

 

Local in woodland throughout much of England and Wales. In Hampshire widespread and fairly common and is possibly increasing: 1990 saw the first Isle of Wight records, since which it is gradually increasing but cannot yet be said to be widespread in VC10. Wingspan 32-36 mm. Characterised by fuscous patch on dorsum near base of wing (MBGBI Vol 10). Larva feeds on flowers, stems and leaves of various grasses, including Wood Meadow-grass and False-brome.

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