|19.005 ~ 0395 ~ Glyphipterix haworthana|
Resident. Widespread but local throughout the British Isles.
Known from three very old records taken at Welshpool, the last in 1967.
Wingspan : M & F, 11-15mm.
Care should be taken, very similar to other species of Glyphipterix.
|Flight time & Voltinity
Seeds of cotton-grass.
Eggs laid on the seed-head. Larva feeds throughout the winter within the seed-head which are spun to the plant so they aren’t blown off. Pupates in a flimsy cocoon spun in the seed-head.