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Brych y Coed
Teulu - Family : Satyridae
This is a woodland species, common in many parts of
Lleyn. Even though the usual requirement is for open woodland with an
ungrazed, or lightly grazed, ground flora, They are abundant along hedgrerows
and bramble patches in Lleyn.
There are a series of overlapping broods throughout the summer and at any
one locality the adult can be seen every day of the year from early April
October. The eggs are laid on grasses such as Cock’s-foot (Dactylis glomerata)
and Yorkshire Fog (Holcus lanatus). The species can overwinter as either a pupa
or a larva.