This attractive looking plant bug was unknown in Nottinghamshire until 2011 when I discovered them at Radcliffe on Trent, since then they have been found at Southwell and Attenborough Nature Reserve. Its now present in my Carlton garden where two examples are happy moving amongst my red campion. I'm not as yet sure as to the foodplant of this species, internet searches proved fruitless and I believe that at present it is not known. Hopefully its red campion, I'll then have them for a few more years. Its original U.K. distribution was the south coast of the UK, however it now appears to be spreading and is found in many inland counties. Global warming?