70.204 .... B&F 1662
Light Orange Underwing Boudinotiana notha (Hübner, 1803)
Status ..... Not recorded or known from anywhere in Nottinghamshire since the publication of J.W.Carr's book 'The Invertebrate Fauna of Nottinghamshire. Nottingham: J.& H. Bell Ltd (1916)'. Nationally, Light Orange Underwing is restricted to southern and south-eastern parts of the UK, but it does occur in neighbouring Lincolnshire where the one below was photographed by John Lamin. Grateful thanks go to John, for kindly allowing his photographs to be used to illustrate the species here.
Photographed by John Lamin at Callans Wood, Lincolnshire April 2022
Nottinghamshire (VC56) distribution of Light Orange Underwing
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Updated April 2022

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