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Ancylosis cinnamomella

(Duponchel, 1836)1466a / 62.052

Davey, P., 2009: A new species to Britain, and a double-brooded denizen of dry, warm and open biotypes in central and southern Europe, the larva feeding in the roots of stonecrops (Sedum spp.), globe daisy (Globularia spp.) and mugworts (Artemisia spp.). A very hot east to south-easterly flow from an even hotter continent was established across England for a week prior to the capture date: Portland, at MV light on 11 August 2003 (M Cade).

Verification Grade Comment: Scarce immigrant/two records

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