|0317 ~ Phyllonorycter heegeriella|
Resident. Widespread and common throughout Britain except the far north of Scotland.
Discovered in the east of the county at Roundton Hill NR in 2013.
Wingspan : M & F 6.5-7.5mm.
Many species of Phyllonorycter are extremely similar, great care should be given when separating these species.
time & Voltinity
Wherever the foodplant is found.
Leaf miner. Eggs laid on underside of leaf. Larva forms very small mine, usually near the edge of the leaf causing the edge to fold over. The pupa is pale brown in a white cocoon attached to the mine.
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