Appendix A: (Nymphalidae / Satyrinae)
59.0131 [B&F: 1622] Woodland Grayling (Hipparchia fagi) (Scopoli, 1763)


Notes: Locally common, in woodland clearings, woodland edges and scrubby grassland; 50-1000 m throughout much of southern Europe. In Britain, one was found in Surrey in 1946, but this was probably accidentally imported. Not recorded in Hampshire or on the Isle of Wight to date. Wingspan 66-76 mm. Larva feeds on Upright Brome, Red Fescue and various grasses.

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Historical distribution at tetrad resolution
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