Last modified: Feb. 24, 2023, 4:32 p.m.
Status and distribution insufficiently known due to the difficulty of the species/genus, it is believed to be a very rare but widespread species.
The larva lives in a slight web on the roots and hibernates. Pupation in a cocoon, usually spun next to the root on which the larva has fed.
The adults have been observed from early May till mid August.
The larva lives on Picris hieracioides or Tussilago.