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A moderately variable species of this rather elongate genus, recognised by the medial vein of the forewing which is dark (especially apically). There may also be darkening of one or two other long veins. The spots on the genae are small, if present.
A widely distributed species across southern and central England, found on sedges in damp places.
Adult: July to December
Length ~4-5 mm
south London (December 2007) ©Joe
south London (November 2007) ©Joe
||Adult: Dorset (September 2009) ©Mark Dunkling