Crassa unitella

Alternative names
Golden-brown Tubic, Batia unitella
Description

Golden-brown, with contrasting orange head and palps.

Identification difficulty
Habitat

Well wooded areas.

When to see it

Late June to August.

Life History

Larvae- (from late September to May), feed on fungus on and under dead bark.

UK Status

This species is locally common in Southern England, and occurs more scarcely as far North as Lancashire and Yorkshire.

VC55 Status

Fairly frequent but not common in Leicestershire and Rutland. L&R Moth Group status = B (scarce resident or restricted distribution or regular migrant)

Reference
28.014 BF642

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