|12.021 ~ 0220 ~ Nemapogon clematella|
Resident. Locally common in mainland Britain as far north as Durham.
First recorded from Commins Coch in the west of the county, since then there have been a further few widely scattered records.
Wingspan : M & F, 12-15mm.
|Flight time & Voltinity
Wherever the foodplant is found.
Various fungi and rotten wood.
Eggs are laid on larval food. Larva feeds on fungal growths found under the bark of dead twigs and stems.
Photo by PRW, 5th Aug 2007, Commins Coch
Photo by MDH, 26th May 2020, Llanfyllin