Eucosma parvulana (Wilkinson, 1859)
Larvae in the flower heads; pupation in a cocoon in the soil.
Univoltine; hibernation as larva.
distribution within Europe
Body whitish; head brown; prothoracic and anal plates light brown, darkly punctuated; see Swatschek.
Eucosma scutana (Constant, 1893).
Eucosma hohenwartiana, fulvana and parvulana form a complex of species that only can be distinguished on the female ovipositor. Older identification, generally based on the outward characters of the moths are unreliable.
Agassiz & Langmaid (2004a), Fazekas (2010d), Hancock & Bland (2015b), Lepiforum (2019), Swatschek (1958a).