|0660 ~ Pseudatemelia josephinae|
Resident. Fairly scattered locations throughout Britain, more common in the south of England.
Discovered in the north of the county at Coed Pendugwm Nature Reserve in 2014.
Wingspan : M & F 18-20mm.
time & Voltinity
Case-bearing. Eggs laid on larval food. Larva lives on ground feeding on detritus. Pupates in case on ground attached to twig.
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Photo by DB, 25th June 2014, Coed Pendugwm
Confirmed by Gen. Det.