Last modified: Nov. 29, 2022, 3:15 p.m.
Only recorded once in AN in the beginning of the 20th century. Identification should be checked because of possible confusion with other Denisia species.
Rediscovered again in 2022 in LI.
All existing information on the biology of this species is preliminary since the great similarity with other *Denisia" species.
The caterpillar lives in a silken tube behind the bark of several living tree species.
The adults rest during the day on tree trunks, flies both during the day and at night and later comes to light.
One generation per year during May and June.
Found in deciduous forest, parks, avenues with thick-stemmed trees.