|1437 ~ Acrobasis consociella|
Resident. A fairly common and widespread species, found in Britain as far north as southern Scotland.
This species was first recorded in 2013 at Middletown in the east of the county. It is also the first record for north Wales.
Wingspan : M & F 18-23mm.
Can be fairly similar to other species of Acrobasis.
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Spinning. Eggs laid on a foodplant. Larva feed gregariously in a silken web amongst the leaves. It hibernates, then pupates in the spring, attached to a leaf within the spinning.
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Photo by DB, 26th July 2013, Middletown