|20.001 ~ 0401 ~ Argyresthia laevigatella|
Resident. Widely distributed and fairly common throughout the British Isles.
First found in 2014 in the north of the county in the Lake Vyrnwy area. This was just the 2nd record for north Wales. It has since been recorded at a handful of well scattered sites.
Wingspan : M & F 11-13mm.
|Flight time & Voltinity
Leaf miner. Eggs laid on twig. Larva first mines shoot, overwinters as larva, feeding again in spring. Pupates on a shoot.
Photo by DB, 24th June 2014, Lake Vyrnwy
Confirmed by Gen. Det.