Apomyelois bistriatella (Hulst, 1887)
62.0390 (B&F: 1486)
Apomyelois subcognata (Ragonot, 1887)
Apomyelois neophanes (Durrant, 1915)
Nationally Scarce B
A probable resident and Nationally Notable Class B moth. It is scarce and irregular in appearance throughout the county. There have only been eight records since the 1980's. It is probably single-brooded, flying from early June to the second week of September. In other counties the larvae feed on fungi growing on burnt gorse or birch. (Pratt, 2011).