Main: (Epermeniidae / Epermeniinae)
47.004 [B&F: 0484] Epermenia aequidentellus (Hofmann, 1867)

 

Notes: Nationally scarce (Na) in southern England, where predominantly coastal. Restricted in Hampshire to rough ground and dry grassland around the south-eastern harbours; claims from other areas of the county should be accompanied by photographic or other evidence. The only recent record from the Isle of Wight was of mines at Rew Down, Ventnor in August 2003. Wingspan 9-12 mm. Larva mines leaves of Wild Carrot and Burnet-saxifrage, subsequently living within a silken web.

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Phenology - Adult Records

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Phenology - Larval Records

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Distribution Map

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Record Density

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Detail records

SiteVCQtyDateStage
Portsmouth11105/08/2007Adult
Portsmouth11123/05/2014Adult
Bramley Frith Woods (North)12119/06/2000Adult
Cams Bay, Fareham11101/08/2000Larval
Southsea11101/07/2015Adult
Southsea11114/06/2014Adult
Southsea11120/07/2009Adult
Southsea11109/08/1998Adult
Fareham11121/06/2006Adult
Fareham11123/06/2006Adult
Freshwater1001900Adult
Freshwater102008/1954Larval
Freshwater10007/1959Adult
Freshwater10028/04/1967Adult
Freshwater1001873Adult
Lee-on-the-Solent11017/09/2002Larval
Ventnor10004/08/2003Larval
Sandown1001900Adult
Stubbington11104/07/2015Adult
Ventnor1001873Adult
West Park, Lower Breach Copse8114/06/2002Adult
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