Burnet Companion

Euclidia glyphica (72.083)

The Burnet Companion is widespread and fairly common day-flying moth which is on the wing from mid-May to early July. It gets its name because it is often seen in association with members of the Burnet Moth (Zygaena) family.

Bishops Hill and Ashlawn Cutting support particularly good colonies.

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.