Length 19 to 21 mm. Has a grey abdomen, usually with a central line of darker dashes and stripes on the thorax. Quite similar to Prionocera turcica, but T. luna does not have the dark stripe on the head.
Moist well wooded areas, rushy meadows and marshes.
April to July
Common and widespread in Britain.
Frequent in suitable habitats in Leicestershire and Rutland
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