Aphelia viburnana (Denis & Schiffermüller 1775) (Family Tortricidae)

Forewing Length: 8-11mm; Wingspan: 16mm
Egg Larva Pupa Adult
July August - June June - July June - September
(Earliest: 11.6)

Biotopes:
Heath and Moorland

Hedge Rows
Food:
(Larva)
(Polyphagous)

Pinaceae

Several Ericaceae

Several Rosaceae

Viburnum opulus

Lonicera periclymenum

Teucrium scorodonia

Artemisia vulgaris

Centaurea jacea

Scrophularia nodosa
Possible Food:
(Larva)
(Polyphagous)

Salix

Lysimachia
Parasitoids:
Several Ichneumonidae Larvae
Possible Parasitoids:
Many Ichneumonidae Larvae

Many Braconidae Larvae

Several Tachinidae Larvae

Lepidoptera of Belgium: Aphelia viburnana
Eurasian Tortricidae: Aphelia viburnana
Aphelia viburnana
Lepiforum: Aphelia viburnana
De Bladmineerders van Nederland: Aphelia viburnana


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