The wingspan is 10–12 mm. Coleophora ramosella is characterised by white lines on a yellowish-ochre ground colour.Only reliably identified by dissection and microscopic examination of the genitalia.
The larvae feed on Aster amellus, Aster linosyris, Bellis perennis, Hieracium and Solidago virgaurea. They create a tubular, silken case of about 9 mm long. It is trivalved and has a mouth angle of about 20°. Full-grown larvae can be found in June.
- Fauna Europaea
- Hants Moths
- Ellis, W N. "Coleophora ramosella Zeller, 1849 daisy case-bearer". Plant Parasites of Europe. Retrieved 31 July 2019.
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