Mottled Beauty Alcis repandata: Distribution map

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70.265 BF1941
Mottled Beauty Alcis repandata

(Linnaeus, 1758)

Wingspan 30-45 mm.

A very variable species, occurring commonly throughout Britain, with a number of races and intermediate forms.

It is a regular visitor to light, and flies in June and July. Inhabiting woodland, suburban gardens and bushy localities, the larval foodplants are a number of different plants and trees.

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