|0038 ~ Ectoedemia subbimaculella|
Resident. More common in the south-east of Britain, slowly spreading westwards and northwards.
First recorded in 2015 at Breidden Hill in the north of the county. This is only the 7th record for north Wales.
Wingspan : M & F 5-6mm.
Many species in this group are very similar. One of the best ways of separating them is to examine the type of leaf-mine.
time & Voltinity
Wherever the food plant is found.
Leaf miner. Eggs laid on upperside of leaf. Larva first forms a slender mine, later a small blotch. Reddish-brown cocoon.
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