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342 Nut Leaf Blister Moth, Phyllonorycter coryli (Nicelli, 1851)

Status and ecology:

National Status: Common

Resident. Larvae are often fairly common to common and sometimes very common in West Sussex, but perhaps much less so in the eastern vice-county. Well distributed in large areas. Double-brooded, flying mainly during May and August, although June has been recently added.
Larvae feed on hazel. (Pratt, 2011)

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TQ786113 Church Wood, 22 vi 2011 Photo: Crystal Ray

Phyllonorycter coryli (Nicelli, 1851)

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Distribution map for Phyllonorycter coryli

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