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4.055 Stigmella hemargyrella (Kollar, 1832)
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larva in mine

Food Plant: Fagus (Beech)

Egg: Either leaf surface

Mine: June, August - early September

Notes: A gallery, with coiled frass in central part. The mine has the egg away from the midrib which distinguishes it from S.tityrella as this has the egg on the underside against mid-rib amongst hairs in angle with vein. The larva is whitish-yellow, head pale brown (as shown).

National Status: Common

Bradley No: 81

Data: 09.x.20105, Lynford Arboretum, Norfolk, VC28

Image:© Rob Edmunds

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