|14.007 ~ 0271 ~ Bucculatrix albedinella|
Resident. Widespread and common in England and Wales.
First recorded in the east of the county at Roundton Hill nature reserve in 2013. This was only the second record for north Wales
Wingspan : M & F 8-9mm.
A fairly distinctive species.
|Flight time & Voltinity
Hedgerows and woodland.
Leaf miner. Eggs laid on underside of leaf close to midrib. Larva feeds in a slender gallery with linear frass. The pupa is black in a cocoon spun under bark or in the detritus.