|1239 ~ Pammene rhediella|
Resident. Generally quite common in Britain, more local in Scotland.
First recorded in 2014 at Middletown in the east of the county. This is only the 9th record for north Wales.
Wingspan : M & F 10-12mm.
time & Voltinity
Woodland Margins, parkland, hedgerows, orchards and scrub.
Hawthorn and occasionally dogwood, apples, pear, plum and cherry.
Spinning. Eggs laid on foodplant. Larva feeds in 'spun up' flowers and on surface of fruit. Pupates under bark or dead wood.
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