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W. germari is a yellow-orange to olive-green species, related to Eupteryx in hindwing venation, and previously assigned to Aguriahana. Unlike Eupteryx species, the vertex is narrower than the pronotum. This relatively large species is fairly easily recognised; it is often irregularly suffused greyish or blueish, making the overall colour an inconsistent 'dirty green'.
A widespread but relatively local species on pines, found throughout Great Britain.
Adult: July to September
Length ~4.5 mm
|Adult: Hants (August 2011) ©Tristan
Adult: Hants (August 2011) ©Tristan
Adult: Surrey (July 2011) ©Tristan
Dorset (July 2010) ©Mark