|1096 ~ Apotomis sauciana|
Resident. Widespread and locally common throughout England and Wales as far north as Durham.
Two fairly old records from the western side of the county and found in 2010 at Lake Vyrnwy.
Wingspan : M & F, 14-17mm.
time & Voltinity
Open woodland and moorland.
Spinning. Eggs laid on foodplant. Larva loosely spins the terminal leaves together, living within and eating the tips of the leaves. Pupates spun up in larval habitation.
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Photo by MDH, 8th July 2010, L.Vyrnwy