A distinctively marked member of the genus. Identification is made easier if the insect is recorded in the vicinity of its host plant White Bryony.
This species is host specific on White Bryony and is most likely to be encountered where that plant is present.
May to July is the peak period.
The species seems to be widespread in England.
Status in Leicestershire and Rutland not known
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