Main: (Tineidae / Nemapogoninae)
12.017 [B&F: 0217] Nemapogon koenigi Capuşe, 1967

 

Notes: Nationally scarce (Nb) in woodland in southern England, with records north to Cumbria. In Hampshire very rare in the south-east of the county. Not recorded from the Isle of Wight to date. Wingspan 10-14 mm. Similar to other species of this group especially Cork Moth N. cloacella, but the ground colour is so dark that the markings corresponding to those of the other species are scarcely visible. Larva feeds on fungi and dead wood, often on Birch.

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Detail records

SiteVCQtyDateStage
Waterlooville11008/07/1999Adult
Chandler's Ford11007/2000Adult
Botley Wood11110/06/2009Adult
Havant Thicket11005/05/1997Pupal
East Meon11113/08/2009Adult
Mortimer22107/06/2008Adult
Ower11118/08/2015Adult
Romsey11118/06/2012Adult
Southleigh Forest11124/04/1999Larval
West Park, Lower Breach Copse8101/06/2002Adult
Wickham Common11125/05/2002Adult
Wickham Common11129/03/2002Larval
Wickham Common11112/07/2006Adult
Wickham Common11015/05/1997Not recorded
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