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|Scalloped Oak Crocallis elinguaria|
Distribution and Abundance: Common.
Primary Habitat: General occurrence.
Flight Period: Single brooded in July and August.
Observations: Data from the Pitsford Water static light traps for the years from 1999 - 2003 show the number of moths trapped as follows:- 1999 - 7, 2000 - 6, 2001 - 2, 2002 - 12 and 2003 - 24. Variation of the species in the county appears to be restricted to minor changes in ground colour. There seems to be an absence of unicolorous forms.
L.O.N.: 1907. Many localities. Often abundant.
First Record: 1882, Hull & Tomalin.