Epagoge grotiana has a wingspan of about 13–17 millimetres (0.51–0.67 in). Forewings have a yellowish ochreous ground colour with brown markings. Adults are on wing from June to August and are active around dusk and at dawn. The larvae mainly feed on oak, Crataegus and Rubus species. They live within a rolled leaf, where they also overwinter.
Distribution and habitat
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