Morley’s Final Catalogue: Taken at Beccles in 1904 by Crowfoot (Trans, i, 36); on Gorleston palings in August and at Mildenhall in late May (Mly).Recent Status: Poorly recorded in Suffolk for this common British species.Life Style: The moth can be found from April to September. The larvae feed on Prunus spinosa and P. domestica.Identification: More Info for Parornix species. More Info
Verification Grade Comment: Vacated spinnings unidentifiable. Examination of larval morphology required.
Recorded in 22 (38%) of 58 10k Squares.First Recorded in 1904.Last Recorded in 2020.Additional Stats