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Myelois circumvoluta (Fourcroy, 1785)

Thistle Ermine
62.0420 (B&F: 1458)

Synonym(s):
Myelois cribrella (Hübner, 1796)


»Suborder: Glossata
  »Superfamily: Pyraloidea
    »Family: Pyralidae
      »Subfamily: Phycitinae
        »Tribe: Phycitini

Common

Resident and suspected occasional immigrant. The moth usually occurs sparingly or fairly commonly at rest and at mv light in a wide range of habitats, but it is sometimes common at Arundel, on the Selsey peninsula and at St Leonards. Probably generally distributed in the south but uncommon in the north. Very local in numbers. Single-brooded, flying mainly from late May to early August, occasionally to early September. Larvae feed inside thistle stems. (Pratt, 2011).

Myelois circumvoluta (Fourceroy, 1785)
Battle, 26 vi 2019
Photo: Adrienne Norbury
Myelois circumvoluta (Fourceroy, 1785)
Pagham Harbour, vi 2006
Photo: Ivan Lang
Myelois circumvoluta (Fourceroy, 1785)
Norton, 30 viii 2007
Photo: Steven Teale

Distribution at 1km scale

Phenology (adult)

Phenology (larval)

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