Coleophora lassella Staundinger, 1859
case (from Nel, 1993c)
The larvae starts by consuming the contents of a fruit, without any evidence at the outside. When the larva becomes larger, a case becomes needed. The completed case resembles the one of C. insulicola, with a mouth angle 20°-30°.
Juncaceae, narrowly monophagous
The full fed larva leaves the host plant, hibernates, and pupates within the case in the spring.
distribution within Europe
Proably all Europe (PESI, 2018).
Baldizzone (1983c, 1985c, 1996a), Baldizzone & Hartig (1978a), Baldizzone, Tokár, Kovács Z & Kovács (2004a), Baldizzone, Varalda & Donato (2010a), Baldizzone & van der Wolf (2000a), Emmet, Langmaid, Bland ao (1996a), Gielis, Huisman, Kuchlein ao (1985a), Huisman & Koster (1999a), Kaltenbach & Roesler (1985a), Kuchlein, Gielis, Huisman ao (1988a), Nel (1993c), Patzak (1974a).