([Denis & Schiffermüller], 1775)
Wingspan 18-32 mm.
Distributed locally in the south and south-east of England, there are a few scattered records further north to Northumberland.
It bears a superficial resemblance to some other members of the family, but is generally larger, having a wingspan of up to 30mm.
The larvae feed internally in bracket fungus, and maybe also on dead wood.
The moths fly between June and August, but are fairly inconspicuous.