1858 The V-Pug Chloroclystis v-ata ABH 70.142
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Moths Geometridae » Larentiinae
Wingspan 14-19 mm
PhenologyTwo generations in the south, flying in May and June, then again in August, but further north there is just one, in June and July
Description Geen ground-colour, small size, V-shaped mark and more triangular resting posture make this species relatively easy to identify
Life Cycle The flowers of a range of plants form the main foodstuff of the larvae, including elder (Sambucus) and brambles (Ribes spp.).