Minettia fasciata agg.
This species group can be generally characterised as having a greyish thorax and a pale brown abdomen with darker stripes.
Adults may be found on leaves in open deciduous woodland, on shrubs and hedges and on isolated trees.
Summer and autumn.
No reliable information on this poorly studied group.
Widespread and seemingly fairly common in England and southern Wales at least.
Fairly frequent but poorly recorded in Leicestershire and Rutland.
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