Main: (Tortricidae / Tortricinae)
49.083 [B&F: 1044] Acleris ferrugana ([Denis & Schiffermüller], 1775)

 

Common in oak woodland, woodland and heaths throughout much of the British Isles. In Hampshire and on the Isle of Wight well distributed and reasonably common throughout. Wingspan 14-18 mm. A species associated with deciduous oak woodland, while the very similar A. notana feeds on birch. Fresh males of A. ferrugana can be distinguished by the presence of distinct scale tufts, a feature lacking on A. notana, but otherwise dissection is generally required to fully establish identity. Larva feeds on Oak and Goat Willow, living between leaves spun together with silk.

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