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Biology

Adults of this single-brooded moth fly in June and July (2), eggs are laid singly on the underside of the foodplant and caterpillars are present between July and August (2). The pupae form in autumn and overwinter in cocoons below or on the surface of the soil (4). Adult moths emerge in June but the pupal stage may persist for up to four years (2).

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