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1872 Blomer's Rivulet Discoloxia blomeri

(Curtis, 1832)

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Blomer's Rivulet  Discoloxia blomeri (Adult)

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East Gloucester

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East Gloucester

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1872 Blomer's Rivulet Discoloxia blomeri

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1872 Blomer's Rivulet Discoloxia blomeri

(Curtis, 1832)

Wingspan 24-28 mm.

A scarce species, occurring sporadically throughout England and Wales in deciduous woodland habitats.

It flies in June and July from dusk into the night, when it is attracted to light.

The larvae feed on wych elm (Ulmus glabra) during the autumn.

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