Colocasia coryli

Irish status: Common Locally

Nut-tree Tussock - has a wingspan of 27-25 mm. It flies in two generations from April to September. Part of the larva food plants are oak and beech in the autumn hence the name. Common in southern Britain and Ireland. Attracted to light. Photographed in Greaghnafarna Co. Leitrim.

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