Coleophora salviella Chrétien, 1916
Salvia aegyptiaca, La Gomera; from Klimesch (1982a)
Almost straight composite leaf case, composed of 2-3 leaf fragments. The case is two-valved, 11-14.5 mm long, and has a mouth angle of 45-50°. The mines that are made are unusually large
Lamiaceae, narrowly monophagous
Full-grown larvae in April-May (Hering, 1957a).
distribution within Europe
Canary Islands, North Africa (Fauna Europaea, 2009).
Coleophora aegyptiacae: auct.
Amsel & Hering (1931a), Baldizzone (1965b, 1979c), Hering (1927a, 1957a), Klimesch (1982a), Toll (1962a), van der Wolf (2009a).