This species has white frons and immaculate white palps. It is usually less heavily marked than similar species, but genital dissection is usually required for a conclusive identification.
The larvae initially produce a blotch, then either a fold at the leaf edge, or a mine similar to Phyllonorycter.
Recorded in 94 (34.8%) of the 270 2km squares of Huntingdonshire.
Last recorded in August 2020
Recorded date range (Adult): 04 May to 03 September
Recorded date range (Larva/Leafmine): 15 May to 09 November