|274 Bucculatrix ulmella (Zeller, 1848)|
Food Plant: Quercus (Oak)
Egg: Upper side of leaf
Mine: July, September - October
Notes: A short contorted gallery, usually near midrib. The larva pupates in a whitish cocoon - spun on a leaf in Summer and on the trunk in autumn. The larva can form a cocoon on nearby plants - the cocoon illustrated is on Broom.
Image:© Rob Edmunds
Data: 11.iv.2005, Fleet, Hants,VC12