Last modified: Aug. 2, 2022, 4:39 p.m.
A rather rare species in Belgium.
The larvae of the first generation live in spun leaves of Angelica sylvestris or Aegopodium podagraria. Those of the second generation live in the umbels of the same plants.
Pupation takes place in an open network cocoon amongst detritus on the ground.
The adults fly in two generations a year: in June and July, and again during August and September.