Cochylidia rupicola: Distribution map

Please note that the NBN Gateway map service has been terminated as of 1 April 2017.

As soon as a replacement map service is available, distribution maps will hopefully appear here again.

In the meantime, you can get some idea of distribution from the NBN Atlas website.

View the NBN Atlas Map

49.129 BF959
Cochylidia rupicola

(Curtis, 1834)

Wingspan c. 13 mm

The distribution of this species covers much of England, as well as south Wales, and it can be found in a wide range of habitats.

Flying in June and July, the moths can be found at large on warm sunny afternoons, but typically fly from dusk onwards.

The larval foodplant is hemp agrimony (Eupatorium cannabinum), where the flowers and seeds are consumed during August to October, after which the larva builds a cocoon nearby in which it overwinters.
back to top