Limonium sea lavender, statice, marsh-rosemary
incl. Acantholimon (prickly thrift), Goniolimon, Psylliostachys.
Dichotomous table for leafminers
1a long, more or less contorted or spiralled corridor; larva mines all its life => 2
1b short corridor; older larvae live among spun leaves: Lobesia neptunia
1c galls, etc => Tables for all parasites per species
2a mine upper-surface; larva a maggot: Chromatomyia horticola
2b mine full depth; larva with sclerotised head => 3
3a coasts of the Canary Islands: Acalyptris staticis
The pyralid moth Glyptoteles leucacrinella Zeller, 1848, mentioned by Hering (1957a), following Dobreanu (1937a), in this connection is not a leafminer, as was already supposed by him. That species feeds on decomposing leaves.
Not included in the key: Scrobipalpa monochromella (biology insufficiently described).