An uncommon resident in the south of the region, last recorded in Staffordshire in 1991. More common in the south of the region.Found in a wide range of habitats.Overwinters as a larva and adults fly from dusk and come to light.Note examination of the tip of the male's abdomen needed to separate from Treble-bar. In that species it is more acute.
Recorded in 37 (26%) of 140 10k Squares.First Recorded in 1896.Last Recorded in 2019.(Data up to end 2019)Additional Stats
Golden Cinnabar Membership