M. Hering, 1927
The larvae feed on Umbilicus rupestris. They mine the leaves of their host plant. The mine starts as a branching corridor with a central line of green frass. Later, it becomes a full depth blotch. A larva may vacate the mine and start mining elsewhere. Pupation takes place outside of the mine. The larvae are yellowish white with a brown head. They can be found in February and April.
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