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15.044 Phyllonorycter sorbi (Frey, 1855)
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the leaf is often folded downwards

Food Plant: Sorbus aucuparia (Rowan), Prunus padus (Bird cherry), Sorbus aria Whitebeam ), Chaenomeles japonica (Japanese Quince), Sorbus torminalis (Wild Service Tree)

Mine: June - July, September - October

Notes: A mine large with a strong crease in lower epidermis. Leaf-edge often folded downwards. Mine shown is on P.padus

National Status: Common

Bradley No: 324

Data: 10.vii.2005, Achany, VC107

Image:© Duncan Williams

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