1016 Cnephasia longana (Haworth, 1811) - (Tortricidae / Tortricinae)

 

Notes: Common on downland and rough ground throughout much of England and Wales. In Hampshire fairly well distributed in the east of the county. Recorded on the Isle of Wight for the first time since 1850 at Compton Down and Brook in 2011. Wingspan 15-22 mm. One of the more easily identifiable Cnephasia species, the male differs from other species in the unicolorous ochreous forewing; in the female the characteristic markings are ochreous-brown. Larva feeds within flowerheads of various Umbelliferae, living between flowers spun together with silk, and over-wintering in a cocoon.

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