Pseudodineura clematidis (Hering, 1924)
Large, full depth, primary blotch that begins with a very short and quickly widening corridor starting at the leaf margin. Frass in thick black lumps. The larva can vacate its mine and restart elsewhere. Pupation outside the mine.
Ranunculaceae, narrowly mnophagous
Full grown larvae in mid-July – mid-August (Altenhofer & Pschorn-Walcher, 2006a).
Not known from the Benelux countries (Fauna Europaea, 2009).
distribution within Europe
Germany, Poland, Switzerland, Austria (Fauna Europaea, 2009).
Described by Lorenz & Kraus (1957a); photo in Prous, Liston, Kramp, ao (2019a).
Endangered species (Taeger ao, 1998a).
Altenhofer (2003a), Altenhofer & Pschorn-Walcher (2006a), Benson (1961a), Blank ao (1998a), Buhr (1941a), Hartig (1939a), Hering (1931f, 1957a), Liston (1995b, 2007b), Liston, Prous & Vårdal (2019c), Lorenz & Kraus (1957a), Maček (1999a), Michalska Myssura & Walczak (2010a), Prous, Liston, Kramp, ao (2019a), Pschorn-Walcher & Altenhofer (2000a), Scobiola-Palade (1974a), Taeger, Blank & Liston (2006a), Taeger ao (1998a).