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The wingspan is 24–27 millimetres (0.94–1.06 in). Adults are in wing from June to July.
The larvae feed on Galium palustre. Larvae can be found from June to July. It overwinters in the larval stage.
- Colostygia turbata turbata (Alps, south-eastern Europe)
- Colostygia turbata fuscolimbata Tengstrom, 1875 (northern Europe)
- Colostygia turbata pyrenaearia Oberthur, 1882 (Pyrenees)
- Colostygia turbata altaicata (Djakonov, 1926) (Altai, Sayan Mountains, Buryatia, Kamchatka)
- Colostygia turbata circumvallaria (Taylor, 1906) (Canada)
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