Agonopterix kuznetzovi (Lvovsky, 1983)
Short, gradually widening, brown, corridor, 9-13 mm long and 0.5-2 mm wide. At he start of the mine a small lower-surface hole, lined with silk, through which frass is ejected. The older larva lives free in a spinning under the leaf or, even later, in a leaf that is spun upwards into a pod.
Larvae late May, June (Harper ao, 2002a).
Not known from the Benelux countries (Fauna Europaea, 2009).
distribution within Europe
Britain, Central Russia (Fauna Europaea, 2009).
The young larva has a black head and prothoracic plate, a pale green with cocncolorous anal plate and darker dorsal line. See Harper ao (2002a) for a description of the free-living larva.
Hannemann (1995a), Harper, Langmaid & Emmet (2002a), Langmaid & Pelham-Clinton (1984a).