Cylindromorphus gallicus Mulsant & Rey, 1963
Oviposition just above a node; ovipisition site covered by a drop of dried secretion. Most of the mine is in the inside of the leaf sheath, but often the mine extends a few cm into the leaf blade. Pupation internal.
In the older literature Hypericum perforatum, Helianthemum nummularium and Achillea are mentioned as hostplant.
Schaefer (1946a) discovered the true one.
Larvae from May, June till April.
distribution within Europe
France, Italy (Fauna Europaea, 2010).
Described by Schaefer (1946a).
Hering (1957a), Schaefer (1946a), Théry (1942a).