Main: (Tineidae / Nemapogoninae)
12.011 [B&F: 0225] Triaxomera fulvimitrella (Sodoffsky, 1830)

 

Local in woodland throughout much of mainland Britain, except for the far north, although it is common in the Highlands of Scotland (MBGBI Vol.2 1975). In Hampshire fairly well distributed in both the north and south, but only recorded recently on the Isle of Wight in 2005 at Parkhurst Forest, Wheelers Bay, 2014 and Briddlesford Copse, 2016. Wingspan 15-22 mm. Larva feeds on bracket fungi and occasionally in rotten wood, favouring Birch, Beech and Oak.

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