A mating pair of red-tipped clearwings at RSPB Strumpshaw Fen, Norfolk. © 2018 - 2024 Steven Cheshire.
The adult Red-tipped Clearwing moth is on the wing between late May and early July. It is very local in Warwickshire but where it does occur, it can sometimes be seen in good numbers. Brandon Marsh is a realiable site for the species. Wetland sites where the larval foodplants occur are the best place to look for this species.
Please note: From February 2023 all sightings records should be submitted via the iRecord Butterflies app available via the iTunes or Google Store. Find out more here: iRecord at Butterfly Conservation.