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107 Stigmella torminalis (Wood, 1890)
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Food Plant: Sorbus torminalis (Wild Service-tree)

Egg: underside of leaf, between ribs

Mine: July

Notes: The mine has linear frass and is initially straight but then becomes contorted and widens almost into a blotch. There may be several mines in a leaf. The larva is yellow, with a black head. Known only from one corner of a wood in Tarrington, Herefordshire.



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