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Acleris schalleriana (Linnaeus, 1761)

(Viburnum Button)
49.0730 (B&F: 1047)

»Suborder: Glossata
 »Superfamily: Tortricoidea
  »Family: Tortricidae
   »Subfamily: Tortricinae
    »Tribe: Tortricini

Synonym(s):

Acleris tristana (Hübner, [1799])
Acleris hastiana sensu Pierce & Metcalfe, 1922 ♂ genitalia nec (Linnaeus, 1758 )
Acleris lipsiana sensu Pierce & Metcalfe, 1922 ♀ genitalia nec ([Denis & Schiffermüller, 1775])

Acleris logiana sensu Pierce & Metcalfe, 1922 ♂ genitalia nec (Clerck, 1759)

Status and ecology:

National Status: Local

Resident in both vice-counties. Adults occur singly at mv light. Larvae are sometimes more numerous. Double-brooded, flying mainly from late July to late August and again from the third week of October to mid December, reappearing during an intermittent hibernation up to late February. Larvae feed on guelder rose and wayfaring tree. (Pratt, 2011).

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Etchingham, 5 ix 2016 Photo: Caroline Moore

Acleris schalleriana (Linnaeus, 1761)

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