Cnephasia sedana (Constant, 1884)
Not too small, full depth, irregular blotch, usually in the leaf base, close to the midrib. Older larvae live free among spun leaves (Hering, 1957a). Mined leaves are spun together when the larva leaves them.
Mentioned by Maček (1999a) from Rhodiola rosea.
distribution within Europe
From Germany to the Iberian Peninsula, Italy, and Romania (Fauna Europaea, 2009).
High-alpine species (Klimesch, 1942c).
Hering (1957a), Huisman, Koster, Muus & van Nieukerken (2013a), Klimesch (1942c, Klimesch & Skala (1936a)), Maček (1999a).