The larvae feed on Eupatorium cannabinum, Inula conyza, Inula oculus-christi and Pulicaria dysenterica. They create a spatulate leaf case at the underside of the leaf. The case is 10–12 mm long, straight, brown, tubular, bivalved and sometimes hairy (depending on the host plant). The mouth angle is rather variable, but usually around 45°. The larvae make a new case after each moult. Full-grown larvae can be found at the end of May and in early June.
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