Coleophora peribenanderi Toll, 1943

pale thistle case-bearer

Coleophora peribenanderi case

Cirsium arvense, Nieuwendam

Coleophora peribenanderi case

Cirsium arvense, Belgium, prov. Brabant, Cortil-Noirmont;© Jean-Yves Baugnée

Coleophora peribenanderi case

Cirsium arvense, Belgium, prov. Liège, Bernalmont © Jean-Yves Baugnée

Coleophora peribenanderi mines

mines

Coleophora peribenanderi: case (exceptionally long)

Belgium, West Flanders, Wielsbeke: exceptionally large case © Steve Wullaert

case

Yellow-brown to light grey tubular silken case with darker length lines. The case is fairly large (up to 17 mm) and very slender. The rear end is three-valved, the mouth angle about 50°. The larva feeds at the underside of the leaf.

host plants

Asteraceae, oligophagous

Arctium lappa; Carduus acanthoides, tenuiflorus; Carlina; Centaurea; Cirsium acaule, arvense, ferox, monspessulanum, oleraceum, palustre, vulgare.

Carduus and Cirsium certainly are the most important hostplants.

phenology

Full-grown cases in September – October; after hibernation the larve usually does not feed any more and pupates (Emmet, Langmaid, Bland ao, 1996a).

BENELUX

BE recorded (Phegea, 2009).

NE recorded (van der Wolf, 1992a; Microlepidoptera.nl, 2009).

LUX not recorded (Fauna Europaea, 2009).

distribution within Europe

Almost all Europe (Fauna Europaea, 2009).

larva

synonyms

Coleophora therinella: auct.; C. trochilella: Hering, 1957a.

references

Baldizzone (1979a, 1983c, 1984a, 1990c), Baldizzone & Hartig (1978a), Baldizzone, Tokár, Z & S Kovács (2004a), Beiger (1958a), Biesenbaum (2001b), Biesenbaum & van der Wolf (1999a), Buhr (1935a), Emmet, Langmaid, Bland ao (1996a), Hering (1957a), Huisman & Koster (1999a), Kaltenbach & Roesler (1985a), Kuchlein & Donner (1993a), Kuchlein & de Vos (1999a), Kvičala (1938a), Leutsch (2011a), Michaelis (1983a), van Nieukerken, Gielis, Huisman ao (1993a), Nowakowski (1954a), Patzak (1974a), Pröse (1995a), Razowski (1990a), Robbins (1991a), Sønderup (1949a), Szőcs (1977a), Toll (1962a), Wieser & Huemer (1999a), van der Wolf (1992a).

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