Tortricidae : Olethreutinae
  Prev | Next  
Photo © Neil Sherman,  Purdis Farm, Ipswich. July 2016

Immature stages

Approx Length (c. 9.5mm) Wingspan (15-19 mm.)
      
      
      
      
    
Upload a Photo
 
Enarmonia formosana
Cherry-bark Moth

(Scopoli, 1763)1216 / 49.200

Morley’s Final Catalogue: A pest in gardens, feeding in bark of cherry, plum and apple. Common about Yarmouth (Paget 1834, p. 40); Copdock, Ipswich, Blaxhall, Monks Soham; Gorleston; never flies to light.

Recent Status: Distributed across Suffolk.

Life Style: A single brooded species flying from May to September and will come to light, but can also be found by searching trunks of trees that the larvae have fed from. The larvae mine the bark of species of Malus, Prunus and Sorbus, exuding a reddish frass.

Identification: The moth is a relatively large, broad winged Olethreutinae with a distinctive patterning. There is a large prominent ocellus on a dark brown wing marked with white, ochre, orange and metallic blue grey. More Info

Recorded in 22 (38%) of 58 10k Squares.
First Recorded in 1965.
Last Recorded in 2020.
Additional Stats

Eucosmomorpha albersana  |  Ancylis unguicella >

Determination
List Species Records   [Show All Latest]
Latest 5 Records
Date#VC10k Area
25/06/2020125TM33 - Bawdsey/Felixstowe
22/06/2020126TL84 - Sudbury/Glemsford
15/06/2020225TM35 - Snape/Tunstall
13/06/2020125TM46 - Minsmere/Leiston
11/06/2020125TM25 - Wickham Market/Otley
Show Details | 1990 to 2019 | 2000 to 2019 |
Express Record Enarmonia formosana
We need your records!
Do you have records of Enarmonia formosana?
Put your own dot on the map!

Copyright © Jim Wheeler 2020
   

Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec
Wingspan: 15-19 mm.
Flight: May - Aug.
Foodplant:   Cherry.
Nat Status: Local
Verification Grade:  Adult: 1
 Immature Adult
Share this page

     
Underlying maps using Digital Map Data © Norfolk Online Lepidoptera Archive - NOLA™ - Suffolk 2020. © James Wheeler - Norfolk Moths 2007 - 2020. Data © NOLA™ - Suffolk 2020
We use cookies to personalise content and enhance your experience. By clicking OK or using this site, you consent to the use of cookies unless you disable them. Cookies Policy