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Eupithecia indigata (Hübner, [1813])

Ochreous Pug
70.1710 (B&F: 1844)

»Suborder: Glossata
  »Superfamily: Geometroidea
    »Family: Geometridae
      »Subfamily: Larentiinae
        »Tribe: Eupitheciini

Resident. Usually occurs singly or sparingly at mv light but it is sometimes fairly common on heathery commons and amongst evergreen plantations in West Sussex; apparently in danger of extinction in East Sussex, where colonies are scarce. Very local and irregular in numbers. Single-brooded, flying mainly from mid May to late June, sometimes from mid April, Larvae feed on pine. (Pratt, 2011).

Eupithecia indigata (Hübner, 1813)
Chantry Hill, 25 v 2014
Photo: Dave and Penny Green
Eupithecia indigata (Hübner, 1813)
New Forest Hampshire, 21 v 2004
Photo: Keith Alexander

Distribution at 1km scale

Phenology (adult)

No larval records

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