(Le Marchand, 1936)
The wingspan is 6.5–9 mm. Adults are on wing in May and August in two generations.
The larvae feed on Norway maple (Acer platanoides), mining the leaves of their host plant. They create a fairly large and rounded mine on the underside of a leaf, between two veins but not necessarily touching both and sometimes situated at the leaf edge. The lower epidermis appears smooth or has several small creases and becomes whitish. There may be several mines in a single leaf.
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- Media related to Phyllonorycter joannisi at Wikimedia Commons
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