Main: (Tortricidae / Olethreutinae)
49.310 [B&F: 1286] Dichrorampha sedatana Busck, 1906

 

Notes: Nationally scarce (Nb) in dry pastures, gardens and parks throughout Britain, predominantly coastal in the north of its range. In Hampshire and on the Isle of Wight very uncommon, and recorded less than annually. Wingspan 12-16 mm. Differs from D. plumbana by its generally larger size, the presence of pale yellow irroration in the basal area of the forewing, and the darker hindwings [Bradley]. Day-flying. Larva feeds within roots of Tansy.

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Phenology - Adult Records

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Record Density

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Detail records

SiteVCQtyDateStage
Winchester11123/05/2012Adult
Winchester11119/05/2012Adult
Alverstone (74/92/01)10005/1969Adult
Brook Down10126/06/2011Adult
Timsbury11106/07/2015Adult
Timsbury11404/05/2015Adult
Timsbury11329/06/2015Adult
Timsbury11227/06/2015Adult
Leckford12107/06/1980Adult
Old Burghclere12116/05/2009Adult
Southampton1101900Adult
Ventnor1001880Adult
Shanklin10128/07/2001Adult
Weston Colley12119/05/2011Adult
Weston Colley12210/05/2011Adult
Weston Colley121407/05/2011Adult
Weston Colley121511/05/2011Adult
Weston Colley121406/06/2012Adult
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