Scrobipalpa corleyi Huemer & Karsholt, 2010a
Mines (blotches?) without frass, starting in the basal part of the leaf. The larve mines several leaves. The mined leaves, that occur just below the apex of the stem, are kept together by silk, forming a withered bunch. Pupation outside the mine in a tough cocoon.
Phalacrocarpum oppositifolium, sericeum.
Larvae were observed in September; probably only one generation.
distribution within Europe
Corley, Rosete, Gonçalves ao (2016a), Huemer & Karsholt (2010a).