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04.095 [B&F: 0029] Ectoedemia atricollis (Stainton, 1857)

 

Common in hedgerows and orchards throughout much of England and Wales. Widely distributed and fairly common in Hampshire and on the Isle of Wight. Wingspan male 4.8-6.0 mm, female 5.2-6.2 mm. The imago is very similar to E. angulifasciella but in E. atricollis the ground colour is browner, the fascia is straighter and it is seldom noticeably extended towards the base along the costa and dorsum (MBGBI Vol 1). Adults difficult to distinguish from other Ectoedemia species, and more frequently recorded in the larval stage, when mines are relatively easy to find where they are present. Larva mines leaves of Hawthorn, Apple, Pear and Wild Cherry.

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