Oegoconia quadripuncta agg.

Alternative names
Four-spotted Obscure agg.
Description

Oegoconia quadripuncta, Oegoconia caradjai and Oegoconia deauratella can only be reliably separated by genitalia dissection. Where specimens have not been confirmed by this means they should be recorded as Oegoconia quadripuncta agg.

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UK Status

Common as an aggregate in Britain. Oegoconia quadripuncta would appear to be by far the most common of the three species.

VC55 Status

Widespread and common as an aggregate in Leicestershire and Rutland. Oegoconia quadripuncta would appear to be by far the most common of the three species.

Reference
27.0015 BF871.5

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Species profile

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Moths
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Records on NatureSpot:
67
First record:
31/08/2007 (Nicholls, David)
Last record:
06/09/2023 (Pugh, Dylan)

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