|49.242 ~ 1145 ~ Epinotia nanana|
Resident. A fairly local species, more common in southern England, more scarce further north and very local in Scotland.
First confirmed in the north of the county in 2014 at Coed Pendugwm Nature Reserve. A new record for north Wales.
Wingspan : M & F 9-11mm.
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Plantations, mixed woodland and gardens.
Norway and sitka spruce.
Leaf miner/Spinning. Eggs laid on foodplant. Larva mine needles spinning a silken tube. Pupates in food plant or leaf litter.
Photo by DB, 25th June 2014, Coed Pendugwm
Confirmed by Gen. Det.