Last modified: Oct. 8, 2020, 12:57 p.m.
A very rare rare species in Belgium. It has its stronghold in the provinces of NA and LX.
The caterpillar is still unknown.
The life cycle is still unknown. The imago is day-active and can be found feeding on pollen of the flowers of herbaceous plants. Especially the inflorescences of Quercus spp., Acer pseudoplatanus and Crataegus spp. are mentioned.
The adults fly from mid April till early June.
The hostplant of the larva is unknown.
The species occurs in areas with mixed deciduous forest on sandy and calcareous soils.