Trachys fragariae Brisout de Barneville, 1874
Upper-surface brownish primary blotch, without a preceding corridor. Frass in thread fragments. On top of the oviposition site, mostly at the leaf margin, a shining black drop of black secretion. Pupation in the mine (Hering, 1957a).
F. viridis is the main host plant (Hering, 1957a).
Larvae in July-August (Hering, 1957a).
BE not recorded (Fauna Europaea, 2007).
NE not in the Netherlands, although it occurs in nearby Germany (Brechtel & Kostenbader, 2002a). However, Bilý (2002a), Niehuis (2004a) and the Fauna Europaea (2007) do mention the species as Dutch. Given the ecology of the miner this does not seem very probable.
LUX not recorded (Fauna Europaea, 2007).
distribution within Europe
South of the line France, Germany, Ukraine (Fauna Europaea, 2007).
Schaer (1949a), Bilý (1993a, 1994a), Brechtel & Kostenbader (2002a) en Niehuis (20004a).pupa
Schaer (1949a), Bilý (1993a, 1994a), Brechtel & Kostenbader (2002a) en Niehuis (20004a).notes
Preference for plants that have the greatest difficulties to maintain themselves in extremely dry and hot situations.
Alekseev (2020a), Beiger (1958a, 1979a), Bilý (1994a, 2002a), Brechtel & Kostenbader (2002a), Cobos (1986a), Gottwald & Hornburg (2004a), Hering (1923a, 1930a, 1932g, 1957a), Kwast (210a), Niehuis (2004a), Panin, Săvulecu & Ruicănescu (2015a), Schaefer (1949a), Théry (1942a), Zabransky (1991a).