Lesser Treble-bar

    Aplocera efformata

    GeometridaeABH 70.193 B&F 1868

    Very similar to and can be confused with Treble-bar. In the county it is thinly distributed and much less common than Treble-bar, but that may be because of identification difficulties. It occupies a wide range of open habitats, including woodland rides, calcareous grassland, sand dunes and coastal cliffs.

    Adult Verification Grade: 2

    Lesser Treble-bar (Aplocera efformata) photographed in Somerset by Nigel Voaden