Yorkshire Status: Common and fairly widespread resident.
Sutton & Beaumont, 1989: Widespread and often common in all five vice-counties. Records suggest the species possibly has a preference for lower, calcareous areas.
2012 (CHF): This species is still common and widespread across the county and there are no recent changes in distribution or numbers. Very occasional late records in August and September are suggestive of a second brood.
Recorded in 156 (78%) of 200 10k Squares. First Recorded in 1879. Last Recorded in 2022. Additional Stats