A fairly common but local species.A moth of open stony places with drystone walls or hedgerows. Not often in gardens.Overwinters as a larva. Males come to light but females not often seen.Note Similar to Round-winged Muslin but wings rather transparent and with two brownish and wavy cross-lines.
Recorded in 78 (56%) of 140 10k Squares.First Recorded in 1853.Last Recorded in 2022.(Data up to end 2022)Additional Stats
Golden Cinnabar Membership