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  Sharp-angled Carpet Euphyia unangulata  

B&F: 1794

ABH: 70.065

Status: Resident.

Distribution and Abundance: Scarce.

Primary Habitat: Scrub.

Flight Period: Single brooded in June and July.

Records: 1995 Farthinghoe Reserve (T. Stokes) and 1986 Long Buckby (B. Laney).

Observations: A species with few records over the years. Old localities where the moth has been seen are Northampton 1971, Dogsthorpe Knothole 1968 and Thorpe Reservoir 1940.

L.O.N.: Undated. Uncertain. Requires confirmation. This could refer to a moth captured on 16 June 1907 at Brigstock mentioned in unpublished material. The record does not seem to have been confirmed.

Confusion Species: Cloaked Carpet

First Record: 1842, Near Towcester, Clark.