First Norfolk record in 2007. Successfully bred from capped mines found at two sights in Norfolk, both mines were on Viburnum opolus (Guelder Rose). The trees where the mines were found had been infested for some time! Mines are best searched for in early spring when no leaves are on the trees. The thickness of branch can vary from finger size to 30mm. Rob Dyke
Male comes to pheromone lures but otherwise adults seldom seen. [available at ALS]
Pheromone attractants: ves Pheromone activity times: all day peak around 11am.
Recent records from across VC28 west Norfolk in 2017/18 with the increased use of pheromone lures.
Not yet recorded in VC27!
By Rob Edmunds
Recorded in 9 (13%) of 69 10k Squares. First Recorded in 2007. Last Recorded in 2019. Additional Stats