|1.001 ~ 0985 ~ Cacoecimorpha pronubana|
Resident. Generally common throughout much of England, less common elsewhere.
First recorded at Waen in the north-east of the county in 2013.
Wingspan : M 7-9mm & F 8-12mm
time & Voltinity
Gardens, hedgerows and woodland.
Various shrubs and herbaceous plants.
Spinning. Eggs laid on foodplant. Larva feeds within spun leaves. Pupa - undescribed.
Photo by DRS, 24th July 2013, Brynmawr