1408 Palpita vitrealis
(Rossi, 1794)Wingspan 27 -31 mm.
Although widespread in southern Europe, this is an immigrant to the British Isles, appearing most often in the south and south-west of England.
Autumn is the most likely period to encounter this species.
The wings are translucent with a slight sheen and an orange or brown leading edge.
Abroad, the species feeds on jasmine (Jasminium) and olive (Olea).