|0658 ~ Carcina quercana|
Resident. Widespread and can be abundant in England and Wales. Also found in lower densities in a few areas of Scotland
Fairly common across the county.
Wingspan : M & F, 15-19mm.
time & Voltinity
Woodland, hedgerows and gardens.
Many species of deciduous and evergreen trees and shrubs.
Eggs laid on food source. Larva hides under a flat silken web formed along the midrib, feeds beneath the leaf. Pupates in a silken web under the leaf.
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Photo by MDH, 22nd July 2009, Llanfyllin