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  Common White Wave Cabera pusaria  

B&F: 1955

ABH: 70.277

Status: Resident.

Distribution and Abundance: Common.

Primary Habitat: Woodland.

Flight Period: Double brooded from May to August.

Observations: Returns from the Fineshade woodland Rothamsted light trap for seven years in the 1990’s show a total of forty-eight moths recorded with an overall flight period from 13 May to 18 August.

Confusion Species: Common Wave

L.O.N.: 1907. Everywhere. Very common.

First Record: 1842, Clark.