van Nieukerken, 1990
The wingspan is 6.5-7.2 mm for males and 6.5–7 mm for females. Adult males have a uniformly coloured yellow patch and relatively pale forewings.
The larvae feed on Anthyllis cytisoides. The larva makes a hardly visible gallery in the bark of the host plant. The larva are not visible in the mine. Mines were collected on stems, heavily infested by gall-forming coccids. The larvae were found in January and adults emerged from February to May.
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