Acleris caledoniana (Stephens, 1852)
49.0640 (B&F: 1040)
A single male specimen was said to have been caught in the Tilgate Forest in 1891. While the habitat is to some extent sympathetic, these days the species is not thought to occur in south-east England and, as there are superficially similar species, the record must be judged in need of confirmation. (Pratt, 2011).