Scrobipalpa pauperella (von Heinemann, 1870)
Not well known. The mine on Cirsium would resemble the one of S. acuminatella, but in Centaurea the larve perhaps is a stem borer (Bland ao, 2002a).
According to Huemer & Karsholt (2010a) only the references to Centaurea are really trustworthy.
Larvae in July, probably also in September (Sattler, 1989a).
Not known from the Benelux countries (Fauna Europaea, 2009).
distribution within Europe
Almost all of Europe, but not known from Ireland, the Iberian and the Balkan Peninsula (Fauna Europaea, 2009).
Scrobipalpa klimeschi Povolný, 1967.
Baldizzone (2008a), Bland, Corley, Emmet ao (2002a), Elsner, Huemer & Tokár (1999a), Huemer & Karsholt (2010a), Jansen (1999a), Kaitila (1996a), Krogerus & Schantz (1970a), Parsons (1995a), Sattler (1986a, 1989a), Wimmer (2007a).