Eupatorium cannabinum, Belgium, prov. Namur, Jemelle; © Jean-Yves Baugnée
Eupatorium cannabinum, Belgium, prov. Namur, Dinant,Parc National de Furfooz © Carina Van Steenwinkel
larva in the mine
Eupatorium cannabinum, Germany ((Baden-Württemberg), Baden-Weiler
same mine, detail
The mine mine begins as a long, hairlike corridor. The last part of it runs perpendicular to a leaf segment. The part of the leaf that thereby is cut off wilts, and here a large blotch is made. Frass scattered in the mine. Mine practically full-depth, yellowish green to reddish brown, with conspicuous secondary feeding lines. Pupation outside the mine. See also Seidel (1926a) for an extensive description of the mine.
Larven in August-October (Hering, 1957a).
BE recorded (Baugnée, 2009a).
NE Kabos & van Aartsen (1984a) supposed the species to be native in the Netherlands, but this has been refuted (Smit & van Aartsen, 2001a).
LUX not recorded (Fauna Europaea, 2008).
From Germany and Poland to Italy; also Britain and Russia (Fauna Europaea, 2008).
Cerajocera, Trypeta, Vidalia cornuta.
Baugnée (2006a, 2009a), Beiger (1960a, 1965a, 1970a, 1980a), Buhr (1933a, 1941b, 1964a), Hering (1924b, 1937b, 1957a), Huber (1969a), Kabos & van Aartsen (1984a), Leclercq & De Bruyn (1991a), Maček (1999a), Merz & Kofler (2008a), Robbins (1991a, 2007a), Seidel (1926a, 1957a), Skala (1951a), Skala & Zavřel (1945a), Smit (2010a), Smit & van Aartsen (2001a), Sønderup (1949a), Starý (1930a), White (1988a).