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Adults of this single-brooded species are active in September and October, and hibernate through the winter, emerging again in March and April (2), when the eggs are laid in groups (4). Caterpillars are active both in the day and night from May to July (2). In August the pupal stage develops on or below the ground (4). The foodplants of the caterpillars have not been identified (1), but may include sorrel and dock (7).

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