One of three species (Marbled Minor, Rufous Minor and Tawny Marbled Minor), which can only be reliably separated by genital dissection. This is the rarest of the three.
Pupates amongst the roots of the foodplant.
Woodland, heathland, other grassy areas.
Recorded in 57 (21.1%) of the 270 2km squares of Huntingdonshire.
Last recorded in July 2019
Recorded date range (Adult): 02 June to 14 August