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Crambus uliginosellus Zeller, 1850

Marsh Grass-veneer
63.0830 (B&F: 1297)

»Suborder: Glossata
  »Superfamily: Pyraloidea
    »Family: Crambidae
      »Subfamily: Crambinae
        »Tribe: Endotrichini

Nationally Scarce B

A Nationally Notable B moth that could now be extinct in Sussex. It is undetected in East Sussex since 1981 and in the west since 1992. It is single-brooded, flying mainly from late June to the second week of August. The larvae feed on grasses, common cotton grass and carnation sedge, where situated amongst sphagnum moss in other counties, but none of this has been confirmed here. (Pratt, 2011).

Crambus uliginosellus Zeller, 1850
Specimen netted by Graeme Lyons
Stedham Common, 27 vi 2019
Photo: Bob Foreman
Crambus uliginosellus Zeller, 1850
Wych Cross, 01 viii 2019
Photo: Hew Prendergast

Distribution at 1km scale

Phenology (adult)

No larval records

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