Coleophora marcarolensis Baldizzone, 2004
The larva bites a circular opening in the wall of a pad and feeds on the developing seeds. At first the larva is in a part of a flower, reinforced with silk. Ultimately it lives in a hairy, brown, 5 mm long, trivalved, tubular silken case with a mouth angle of 20°-30°
Oviposition in May, on a flower.
distribution within Europe
Baldizzone (2004b), Baldizzone, van der Wolf & Landry (2006a), Huemer (2009a).