|37.055 ~ 0541 ~ Coleophora pyrrhulipennella|
Resident. Widespread and common in Britain as far north as Loch Ness.
Recorded from a single site in the west of the county, Commins Coch.
Wingspan : M & F, 11-14.5mm.
It is often impossible to separate the adults of some species. In some cases differences can be seen in various life stages.
|Flight time & Voltinity
Heaths, moors and bogs.
Ling or bell heather.
Case-bearing. Eggs laid near leaf base. Larva first grazes the leaf, then constructs a case using its empty ovum, feeding continues in the same manner. Pupates within case, attached to a stem pointing upwards.