Elephant Hawk Moth

Species Records

Agonopterix angelicella

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26 records (57+ individuals)
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Date Site OS Grid Ref Stage Quantity Comment
08 Jul 2018 Burton Mere Wetlands RSPB (East) SJ3173 Adult 1 Gorse Covert. 2x traps- combined totals.
30 May 2016 Burton Mere Wetlands SJ3074 Larval 10 on angelica, emerged 22/6/2016
26 Jul 2013 Cedarways, Appleton Park, Warrington SJ617842 Adult 1 email to SHH 2.7.2014, first garden record
07 Jun 1995 Meols SJ2389 Larval 1 SJ233897, on Hogweed - emerged 5/7/1995
30 Apr 1989 Plumley SJ7175 Larval 1+ Peover Eye, Plumley SJ710755, several
22 May 1987 Haydn Pool, Witton Flashes, No 1 Tank SJ659753 Larval 1+ emerged 29/6/1987
22 May 1987 The Triangle - Marbury and Anderton SJ662753 Larval 2 emerged 29/6/1987
30 May 1981 Moreton SJ2590 Larval 1 grid reference not provided LCES105:55
01 May 1981 Whitegate Way, Winsford SJ615679 Larval 1+ emerged 16/6, 18/6, 19/6, 22/6, 28/6, 30/6 and 12/7/1981
1981 Moreton SJ2590 Larval 1+ grid reference unknown.
04 Aug 1980 Whitegate Way, Winsford SJ615679 Adult 1
1977 Cheadle SJ8589 Not recorded 1 No quantity recorded. SJ851894
1969 Plumley Nature Reserve SJ7075 Adult 1+ grid reference unknown.
1964 Hoylake Langfields SJ2288 Not recorded 1+ a series bred in 1964, Taylor (1966)
1957 Gatley SJ8487 Larval 1 emerged June 1957, grid reference not provided
1955 Bollin Valley SJ8083 Not recorded 1+ date and grid reference unknown. Michaelis (1955)
1953 Spital SJ3383 Adult 1+ grid reference not provided
1953 Wilmslow SJ8381 Larval 1 emerged 28/6/1953, grid reference not provided
1953 Morley Green SJ8281 Larval 4 several, emerged 7/7, 10/7/1953 (3), Morley Moss, grid reference not provided
1951 Gatley SJ8487 Adult 6 grid reference not provided
21 May 1951 Storeton Woods SJ3185 Larval 7 in heracleum spun tops, emerged 10/7 (4), 12/7/1951 (3), specimens in Manchester Museum, site on data label Bebington, grid reference not provided.
1951 Wilmslow SJ8381 Larval 1+ date and grid reference unknown. Spun bunched leaves and shoots of Angelica taken in early June from the damp lanes contain larvae, not common, Michaelis (1953)
1951 Wilmslow SJ8381 Larval 7 grid reference not provided, emerged 15/7 (5), 17/7/1951 (2)
1943 Bromborough SJ3480 Not recorded 1+ Mansbridge (1947)
1939 Chester SJ4166 Adult 1 near Chester, grid reference not provided, LCFC 1939-42:12-15
1912 Hatchmere SJ5572 Larval 2 grid reference not given. Bred. The larvae can generally be found where its foodplant, angelica, is common. Mansbridge (1940)


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Updated: 12th June 2019