70.200 .... B&F 1883
Yellow-barred Brindle Acasis viretata (Hübner, 1799)
Status .....Widespread throughout Nottinghamshire, being as likely to turn up in urban gardens within the centre and suburbs of Nottingham, as anywhere else. The larva can occasionally be beaten from Ivy and other shrubs.
Photographed at Red Hill August 2008
Early stages                            
Half-grown larva on flowerheads of Guelder Rose Viburnum opulus. Photographed at Wellow Park June 2022
Full grown larva on Ivy Hedera helix. Photographed at Cockglode Wood September 2017
Nottinghamshire (VC56) distribution of Yellow-barred Brindle
The records for the Nottinghamshire distribution map are currently provided by the following contributors - Trevor and Dilys Pendleton. Lound Moth Group. Colin Watkin. Nottinghamshire Wildlife Trust. David Hursthouse. Phil Lee. Sheila Wright (Nottinghamshire macro moth reports 2003-2012). Sean Tobin. Sheila Wright (Nottinghamshire macro moth report 2013). Tim Sexton. Nottingham City Council. Sheila Wright (Nottinghamshire macro moth report 2014). Robert and Jill Carlyle. Steven Chick. Sheila Wright (Nottinghamshire macro moth report 2015). Phil Cadman. Sheila Wright (Nottinghamshire macro moth report 2016). NBGRC. Sheila Wright (Nottinghamshire macro moth report 2017). Martin Gray. Charles Cannon. Caron Stubbs (Ransom Wood Moth Trapping Results 2010-2013). Ian Ellis. Sheila Wright (Nottinghamshire macro moth report 2018). Sheila Wright (Nottinghamshire macro moth report 2019). Sheila Wright (Nottinghamshire macro moth report 2020). Jason Reece and Lily Reece. Andy Adcock. Tom Shields.

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Updated August 2021

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