Last modified: June 30, 2022, 8:26 p.m.
The status of this early spring species, which is currently rare, is based only on individuals that have been checked for genitalia.
More than likely the species is much more common than we think.
They fly from April till July, with the top in April.
The larva lives on: Plantago, Rumex, Chrysanthemum, Lotus etc...
Mostly in meadows and rough grassland.