|Isotrias rectifasciana. Dorsal view|
This species can be found in Great Britain, the Benelux, France, Germany, Denmark, Switzerland, Austria, Italy, the Czech Republic, Slovenia, Croatia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Hungary, Romania and Greece, as well as Turkey and Russia.
These moths prefer hedgerows, woodland rides and margins, where hawthorn, oak and other host plants are present, but also it can be found on coastal salt marshes.
Adults are sexually dimorphic. The wingspan reach 11–14 mm in females, while males have less distinct forewing markings and they are larger, as their wingspan reach 14–16 mm. Forewings are gray-brown, with darker brown transversal markings.
Adults are on wing from May to the end of June and again from August to October in two generations per year. They fly from dusk onwards.
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