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Gracillariidae

303 (Hawthorn Slender), Parornix anglicella (Stainton, 1850)

Status and ecology:

National Status: Common

A resident species, whose larvae are often fairly common to common in shrubby places, with adults generally far fewer at mv light. Well-distributed in the West, less so in the East. Triple-brooded, flying mainly from early April to late May, from late July to late August and from mid-September to early October. Larvae feed on hawthorn. (Pratt, 2011)

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Lindfield, 21 vii 2009 Photo: Bob Foreman

Parornix anglicella (Stainton, 1850)

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