Main: (Erebidae / Herminiinae)
72.057 [B&F: 2488a] Plumed Fan-foot (Pechipogo plumigeralis) (Hübner, [1825])

 

Notes: Rare immigrant from mainland Europe, appearing in south-eastern England for the first time at Greatstone, Kent, in October 1995, with about a dozen subsequent records, mostly between Dungeness and Rye Harbour. First reported in Southsea in 2006, since 2013 recorded annually in the south-east of the Isle of Wight and the Portsmouth / Hayling area of Hampshire. Wingspan 22-26 mm. Larva feeds on Broom and Ivy.

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Phenology - Adult Records

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Detail records

SiteDateStage
VC10 Isle of Wight
Ventnor03/09/20131Adult
Wheelers Bay05/08/20161Adult
Wheelers Bay06/08/20161Adult
Bonchurch07/08/20151Adult
Bonchurch13/08/20153Adult
Wheeler's Bay20/07/20141Adult
Wheeler's Bay25/07/20142Adult
Ventnor30/08/20131Adult
VC11 South Hampshire
Sandy Point03/07/20111Adult
Sandy Point08/08/20121Adult
Southsea14/09/20061Adult
Sandy Point15/08/20131Adult
Southsea26/09/20061Adult
South Hayling27/06/20111Adult
Horsea Island, Portsmouth28/10/20141Adult
Horsea Island, Portsmouth28/10/20141Adult
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