Coleophora peisoniella Kasy, 1965
case (from Kasy, 1965a)
Initially the larva lives in a flower head that has been eaten out. Inside, the larva spins its case. When the cause has about its final size, the flower head mostly drops off. The final case is light brown, 5-6 mm long, trivalved, and has a mouth angle of ± 70°.
Asteraceae, narrowly monophagous
Not known from the Benelux.
distribution within Europe
Baldizzone, Tokár Z & S Kovács (2004a), Baldizzone & van der Wolf (2000a), Kasy (1965a), Nel (2003a).