49.194 Rush Marble Bactra lancealana (Hübner, [1799])

Family
Tortricidae: Olethreutinae.
 
Status
Resident. Common.
 
Flight period
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VC72
First for Dumfries & Galloway was published in Stephens (1834) with the Rev. William Little recording it at "Loch" (VC72), which is believed to be Lochwood Moss nearby to Raehills where he resided.
Other sites: Ae, Barony College, Beattock, Black Loch near Ae, Caerlaverock WWT, Castle Wood at Caerlaverock, Connansknowe near Kirkton, Courance, Craigieburn, Dornockbrow, Dyke Farm NR at Moffat, Effgill near Bentpath, Holmhead on Lochar Moss, Kettleton, Lowther Hill, Mollin, Moniaive, Muckle Knowe, Queensberry Shoulder, Tarras Water, Wanlockhead, Well Rig, White Coomb.
 
VC73
First was found at Needles Eye near Caulkerbush on 20th July 1963 by E. C. Pelham-Clinton, specimen at National Museums Scotland.
Other sites: Aucheninnes, Auchenshore on Auchencairn Bay, Auchenskeoch, Barcloy Hill, Black Sea Wood, Blackford, Blackpark Marsh, Carsfad near Dalry, Castramont Wood, Caulkerbush, Cleugh SSSI, Clifton, Collochan Loch, Colvend, Corsock, Craigend in Mabie Forest, Cree Wood, Dalbeattie, Dalshangan at Dundeugh, Edingham, Garryhorn Lead Mines near Carsphairn, Gatehouse of Fleet, Glaisters at Kirkgunzeon, Hannaston Wood SSSI, Haugh of Urr, High Camer Wood, Kenmure Holms SSSI, Killiegowan Wood, Kippford, Knoits of Linkins near Auchencairn, Laurieston Forest, Livingstone, Lochaber Loch, Loch Urr, Lotus Hill, Merrick, Mersehead RSPB, Milton, Old Torr, Palnackie, Threave Estate NTS, Southerness, Twynholm, Upper Clifton.
 
VC74
First was found at Dowalton Marshes SWT on 3rd September 1981 by Sir Arthur Duncan, specimen at National Museums Scotland.
Other sites: Brig End in Cree Valley, Castle Loch at Mochrum, Corsemalzie, Elrig Loch at Mochrum, Glassoch, Glenstockadale near Leswalt, Maryport, Mochrum Loch, Moss of Cree, Philip and Mary, Torrs.
 
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Recorders' notes
© Valerie Harrison, Glenstockadale, 1 June 2010

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