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This species is distinctively coloured and the forewings are mottled orange and red. The 1st antennal segment is red and covered in dark hairs. The wing memrane veins and the sides of the pronotum are also marked with red.
Locally common on ash, particularly large, heavily fruiting trees across much of southern Britain.
Length 4.5 mm
|Adult: east London (July 2009) ©Jason Green
|Adult: west London (July 2010) ©Tristan Bantock
||Adult: Dorset (July 2011) ©George Dunkling