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  Oak Hook-tip Watsonalla binaria  

B&F: 1646

ABH: 65.002

Status: Resident.

Distribution and Abundance: Fairly common.

Primary Habitat: Woodland.

Flight Period: Double brooded in May and June and again in August.

Observations: It is said in literature that occasionally there is a small emergence of moths in late October. I have been unable to find any records of this occurring in Northamptonshire.

L.O.N.: 1907. Geddington Chase, Farming Woods, Weedon district, Ashton. May often be seen flying high up amongst the oaks, but is difficult to catch. Comes to light.

First Record: 1888, Morley.