Scythris buszkoi Baran, 2004
The larvae live in silken tubes along the branches and petioles. From the tube they make numerous fleck mines in the leaves. During feeding pauses the larvae rest in the tube. Pupation in a white cocoon, attached to the plant.
Full fed larvae were seen in the first half of July; probably there are two generations. Hibernation as pupa.
distribution within Europe
Ukraine, Austria, Hungary.
Body dark brown, head and pronotum orange brown with dark markings. See Baran (2004a) for a detailed description, also of the chaetotaxy, and for the morphology of the pupa.
Baran (2004a), Kahrer & Huemer (2012a), Pastorális, Elsner, Kopeček ao (2013a), Walczak, Baraniak, Chowaniec & Rynarzewski (2013a).