Tortricidae : Tortricinae
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Archips crataegana
Brown Oak Tortrix
Approx Length (c. 9mm) Wingspan (male 15-18mm, female 17-24mm.)
      
      
      
      
      
      
      
      
    
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Archips rosana
Rose Tortrix

(Linnaeus, 1758)981 / 49.016

Morley’s Final Catalogue: By no means general; never seen alive here (Mly). Bentley, Shrubland, Ipswich in 1931-4 (Whit), Hemley in 1906 (Wir); occasionally at Gorleston (D).

Recent Status: Rare in Suffolk.

Life Style: A single brooded summer flying species that comes to light. The ova are laid in batches on bark and covered with a protective layer. They hatch the following year when the larvae feed on buds, leaves and flowers of a wide range of deciduous and some coniferous trees and shrubs.

Identification: A sexually dimorphic species. The male is smaller with a costal fold. The markings do not differ greatly but are less bold in the female which may also show a more pronounced netted patterning. More Info

Recorded in 7 (12%) of 58 10k Squares.
First Recorded in 1906.
Last Recorded in 2011.
Additional Stats

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Determination
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Latest 5 Records
Date#VC10k Area
13/10/2011125TM06 - Bacton/Stowupland
01/10/2011125TM06 - Bacton/Stowupland
28/09/2011325TM06 - Bacton/Stowupland
26/09/2011125TM06 - Bacton/Stowupland
28/08/2011125TM06 - Bacton/Stowupland
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Wingspan: male 15-18mm, female 17-24mm.
Flight: July - September
Foodplant:   Fruit trees (Raspberry), as well as cultivated rose.
Nat Status: Local
Verification Grade:  Adult: 2
 Immature Adult
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