|7.001 ~ 0148 ~ Nemophora degeerella|
Resident. Rather common throughout England and Wales as far north as Cumberland.
Recorded throughout the county.
Wingspan : M & F, 17-23mm.
|Flight time & Voltinity
Favours damp woodland.
Case-bearing. Eggs are laid on flowers (possibly bluebell). Larva forms a flat pear shaped portable case from dead leaves from which it will feed. Pupa formed inside the case.
Photo by PRW, 10th June 2007, Commins Coch
Photo by MW, 11th May 2011, Cors Dyfi.
Pic shows a male.
Photo by MDH, 6th June 2012, Llanfyllin