|49.167 ~ 1068 ~ Celypha rivulana|
Resident. Found over a wide area of the British Isles, but is rather local and scattered in distribution
First recorded in 2015 at Lake Glaslyn in the west of the county.
Wingspan : M & F 15-19mm.
A fairly distinctive species.
|Flight time & Voltinity
Damp meadows and heaths as well as woodland and downland.
A wide range of herbaceous plants, as well as on shrubs and trees.
Eggs laid on foodplant. Larva feeds flowers and terminal shoots. Pupates in a flimsy cocoon spun up in the debris.
by DB, 22nd Aug 2015, Lake Glaslyn
Confirmed by Gen. Det.