Quite similar in appearance to some other Ophion species, but smaller (around 10 mm).
Unless identified by a recognised expert, a photo is required and the specimen should be examined with a microscope. In the comments box, state the key or ID method used and describe the size and identifying characters.
Various habitats and sometimes attracted to light.
Peak time is May to September.
It appears to be fairly widespread in Britain but lack of records means that true status is difficult to determine.
Status in Leicestershire and Rutland not known.
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