Caloptilia jurateae Bengtsson, 2010
The young larva makes an epidermal gallery. Rather soon the larve lives free in a dowwards rolled leaf rol; probably three rolls are made of increasing size, the largest occupying an entire leaf segment. Pupation probably in the soil.
Sapindaceae, narrowly monophagous
As gas as known presently, no other Acer has been seen as a hostplant.
Larvae in June-July; hibernation in the adult stage.
distribution within Europe
Sweden and Norway.
The species is most closely related to C. semifascia; on external characters, and even on their DNA profile, the two sibbling species cannot be told apart.
Bengtsson (2010b), Bengtsson & Johansson (2011a), De Prins (2010b, 2011a).