|1036 ~ Acleris forsskaleana|
Resident. Locally common in England and Wales, rare in Scotland.
An uncommon species, but it has been found at several sites throughout the county.
Wingspan : M & F, 12-16mm.
time & Voltinity
Mixed woodland and gardens.
Field maple and sycamore.
Leaf roller. Eggs laid on foodplant. Larva lives in rolled leaves or flowers. Pupates in a white silken cocoon spun in a folded leaf of the foodplant.
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Photo by MDH, 5th Aug 2015, Llanfyllin