The larvae feed on Parnassia palustris. They mine the leaves of their host plant. Young larva create a long, irregular gallery in a basal leaf. Older larvae live freely in the hearth of the plant in a white silken tube. The larvae have a light reddish grey body and a brown head. They can be found from June to July.
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