Norfolk status Endangered (proposed as a future Red Data Book species) Restricted to damp fenland in parts of East Anglia. Known from Stalham and Sutton in Norfolk, and Woodwalton Fen in Huntingdonshire.
The angulate fascia separates this species from all similar species except E. poae.
First recognized as British from specimens taken at Stalham, Norfolk in 1967 (E.C. Pelham-Clinton)
Leaf-mine: April (June, Aug) Mine from leaf tip downwards covering full width of leaf at first, then irregular central line.
[MBGBI vol3 p378]
Recorded in 2 (3%) of 69 10k Squares. First Recorded in 1967. Last Recorded in 2014.