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Nolidae

2079 Scarce Black Arches, Nola aerugula (Hübner, 1793)

Status and ecology:

An immigrant and suspected temporary resident in East Sussex where the moth usually occurs singly or in pairs at mv light. This species has never been detected in West Sussex. The only recent records come from near the vegetated shingle beach at Rye. Single-brooded flying mainly throughout July. Larval foodplants are listed as bird's-foot trefoil, clover, and medicago sp. outside of Sussex. (Pratt, 2011)

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Distribution map for Nola aerugula

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