- Cambridge, Gwydir Street: 16 Apr 2018
- A species which historially had a scattered distribution in England and Scotland.
The last residue of this distribution, in the Chilterns,
is believed to have died out in the early 1960s.
- This species reappeared in the London area during 2010 where it was found under cypress trees.
This is assumed to be due to insects travelling with imported plants from the European mainland.
Since then it has been found at sites in the home counties and also Yorkshire.
- This is believed to be the FIRST RECORD FROM CAMBRIDGESHIRE.
- NBN Atlas