Bradley & Fletcher No.: 1799
|The Winter Moth can be found wherever there are trees or shrubs, including hedgerows and gardens. Only the male will be seen flying, often in car headlights at night, as the female has rudimentary wings and cannot fly. It is a resident species, common in our area and can be attracted to light. After dark both sexes can be found on the bark of trees.||
More detailed information on this species can be found on the Hantsmoths website.