|0866 ~ Brachmia blandella|
Resident. Widespread and fairly common in England as far north as Yorkshire and from a few localities in the southern half of Wales.
Recorded from two widely separated sites either side of the county.
Wingspan : M & F, 15-19mm.
time & Voltinity
A wide range of habitats.
Gorse, grand fir and insect galls.
Spinning. Eggs, oviposition site unknown. Larva forms a slight spinning from which it feeds and overwinters. Pupal site not unknown.
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Photo by PRW, 21st Aug 2007, Commins Coch