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2348 Lyme Grass, Chortodes elymi (Treitschke, 1825)

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National Status: Nb

Listed as Notable A in the Red Data Book. Resident. In serious danger of extinction in East Sussex, where the moth is extremely local but well established and often fairly common to common at Camber Sands; presumed extinct in West Sussex since 1910. Single-brooded, flying mainly from mid June to early August. Larvae feed on lyme-grass. (Pratt, 2011)

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Camber Sands, 29 vi 2010 Photo: Keith Alexander

Chortodes elymi (Treitschke, 1825)

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