Moth week has started! This day-flying moth has feathery antennas and wings with a white-brown speckled appearance. The species can be found in Europe and the Near East. The wingspan is 24–34 millimetres (0.9–1.3 in). The moths fly in one generation from May to June. Caterpillars feed on heath and clovers.
A clearing in mixed coniferous forest with forget-me-nots, alt. 1900 m ASL.
Lat: 46.63, Long: 9.71
Spotted on Jun 29, 2012
Submitted on Jul 23, 2012