Larvae of C. berberina associated with rotting deciduous wood. Adults are usually found in woodland with overmature trees and are seen visiting flowers to feed
Larvae have been found in rotten wood in cavities in the trunk of Betula and rotten roots of *, but are probably associated with rotting wood in a range of deciduous species. Adults are usually found in woodland with overmature trees and are often seen visiting flowers or settled on sunlit foliage. Males patrol flowers and flowering shrubs. Females can be found around flying around the base of stumps and dead or dying trees
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