Dineura testaceipes (Klug, 1816)
on Cotoneaster, Crataegus, Sorbus
The larvae live freely at the upper side of the leaves, causing extensive window feeding. They rest at the underside of a leaf.
Univoltine; the larva hibernates in a cocoon in the litter.
distribution within Europe
Body green; setae truncate, relatively long (longer than the length of the annulets), each one on top of a conical papilla. Picture in Liston ao.
References to larvae of D. stilata before 2015 apply to this species.
Liston, Prous & Vårdal (2019b), Macek (2012c, 2015a), Pschorn-Walcher & Altenhofer (2006a), Taeger, Altenhofer, Blank, ao (1998a).