This catterpillar was found on species rich chalk grassland
No interactions present.
Jim Porter book page 28 plate 10c.
It would seemingly be a new record for the area if I can confirm it. I'll look it up in that book tomorrow when I can hold of it. Really appreciate your help.
Just put the name in Google and it should come up with a picture,as the book is probably not in a library.The full title is The colour identification guide to Caterpillars of the British Isles and cost about £50.I am not an expert so you would more people to look at it to give it 100% id.
Thanks for the title of the book - I have actually used it before and have access to a copy. The pictures on ukleps are inclusive. I'll also show two moth experts that I know ans see if I can get a 100% I.D.
Looks a firm match to me.
Lat/Lng: 50.8, -2.3
OS grid ref: ST8510