Last modified: Oct. 6, 2021, 5:52 p.m.
A rather common species throughout Belgium.
The larva feeds from a slight web on the upper side of the leaves of the food plant.
Pupation in a whitish boat-shaped cocoon on a leaf, trunk, or amongst leaf-litter on the ground.
The adults hibernate. They occasionally come to light.
The adults can be observed from mid July towards April.
The larva feeds on the leaves of Quercus.