Main: (Tortricidae / Olethreutinae)
49.312 [B&F: 1280] Dichrorampha consortana Stephens, 1852

 

Notes: Nationally scarce (Na) on dry grassland and roadside verges, chiefly in southern England, but also in other parts of the British Isles. In Hampshire and on the Isle of Wight recorded from all three vice-counties in the past but evidently rare or overlooked, in recent years only reported from Leckford and Southsea. Wingspan 9-12 mm. Similar to D. acuminatana in general appearance but usually smaller and with relatively broad forewings; D. consortana may be distinguished from D. acuminatana by its better-defined median fascia and the diffuse apical and subbasal lines of the cilia of the forewing [Bradley]. Larva feeds within stems of Ox-eye Daisy.

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Detail records

SiteVCQtyDateStage
Portsmouth11216/07/2006Adult
Basingstoke12125/07/2012Adult
Alresford11124/06/2014Adult
Freshwater1001850Adult
Leckford12015/07/2002Adult
Leckford12007/07/1985Adult
Leckford12009/07/1981Adult
Ventnor1001880Adult
Weston Colley12125/07/2010Adult
Weston Colley12108/07/2010Adult
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