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  Oak-tree Pug Eupithecia dodoneata  

B&F: 1853

ABH: 70.157

Status: Resident.

Distribution and Abundance: Fairly common.

Primary Habitat: Woodland.

Flight Period: Single brooded from April to June.

Observations: Data from the Pitsford Water static m.v. light traps show the following catches for the past five years. Viz:- 1999-7, 2000-0, 2001-3, 2002-5 and 2003-1. The moth is sometimes plentiful at light amongst the old hawthorns at Collyweston Quarry.

L.O.N.: Unrecorded.  

First Record: 1902, Victoria County History.