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Phyllonorycter trifasciella (Haworth, 1828)

Honeysuckle Midget
15.0830 (B&F: 361)


»Suborder: Glossata
  »Superfamily: Gracillarioidea
    »Family: Gracillariidae
      »Subfamily: Lithocolletinae
        »Tribe: Phalacropterygini

Common

Resident. Larvae usually occur sparingly in deciduous woods in both vice-counties, although they are occasionally common in West Sussex. Widespread. Double-brooded, flying mainly in June and again from early September to mid October. Larvae feed on honeysuckle and snowberry. (Pratt, 2011).

Phyllonorycter trifasciella (Haworth, 1828)
Findon Valley, 05 xi 2018
Photo: Mike Snelling
Phyllonorycter trifasciella (Haworth, 1828)
contorted honeysuckle leaf caused by larval mine
Kent, 20 ix 2012
Photo: Tony Davis

Distribution at 1km scale

Phenology (adult)

Phenology (larval)

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