Main: (Tortricidae / Olethreutinae)
49.242 [B&F: 1145] Epinotia nanana (Treitschke, 1835)

 

Notes: Nationally scarce (Nb) in coniferous woodland and plantations throughout much of the British Isles, but not in northern Scotland. In Hampshire local and uncommon, recorded less than annually; perhaps under-recorded due to its nondescript appearance. Not recorded from the Isle of Wight to date. Wingspan 9-11 mm. The smallest of the British Epinotia species, characterised by its general dark coloration and obscure markings [Bradley]. Larva mines leaves of Norway Spruce, living between needles spun together with silk.

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Phenology - Adult Records

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Detail records

SiteVCQtyDateStage
Portsmouth11119/07/2010Adult
Birching Copse and Orchard Copse, Nr Wickham11103/06/2011Adult
Alton12104/07/2011Adult
Alton12120/07/2011Adult
Botley Wood11112/06/1983Adult
Botley Wood11011/06/1988Adult
Fareham11128/06/2010Adult
Fareham11101/08/2004Adult
Funtley11114/06/2009Adult
Funtley11324/07/2013Adult
Funtley11125/07/2013Adult
Funtley11127/07/2011Adult
Totton11102/06/2017Adult
Micheldever12116/06/2002Adult
Mortimer22129/06/1994Adult
Ashurst11120/07/2013Adult
Ashurst11119/07/2013Adult
Selborne12115/07/2005Adult
West Walk 591211226/05/1994Adult
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