This species is locally common in the southern half of England with scattered records further north and in Wales, and a few in Scotland. It has been recorded at light, but records are more easily made by search for larvae in plums and sloes, and by assembling to pheromone lures. The moths fly in June and July, usually high in the foodplant trees. They can easily be confused with Grapholita tenebrosana , especially as that species is also attracted to lures designed for G.
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