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30.002 [B&F: 0662] Agnoea subochreella (Doubleday, 1859)

 

Nationally scarce (Nb) in woodland in southern England, as far north as Worcestershire and Leicestershire, and in parts of Wales. In Hampshire most reports are from the south, where it is evidently widespread, and it has yet to be recorded from the north; on the Isle of Wight, there is one good record of this species at Newtown. Wingspan 16-20 mm. Reliably separated from P. josephinae and P. flavifrontella only by dissection of the genitalia, however P. josephinae tends to appear later in the year, and P. subochreella generally has a plainer forewing and darker hindwing. Larva feeds on withered leaves, living within a movable case.

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