Elachista canapennella (Hübner, )
38.0370 (B&F: 607)
Elachista pulchella (Haworth, 1828) homonym
Elachista obscurella Stainton, 1849
Elachista subobscurella Doubleday, 1859
Resident. Generally occurs in small numbers at mv light but can be fairly common in grassy places in both vice-counties, especially on the downs. Flies in two or three overlapping broods between April and September. Elsewhere the larvae feed on various grasses (Pratt, 2011).