Parornix polygrammella (Wocke, 1862)
Small, lower-surface, tentiform mine. After the larva has left the mine it folds a leaf downwards over the midrib and consumes it up to the epidermis. (Bengtsson & Johansson, 2011a, write that the final instar larva rolls the leaf into a tube.)
Occupied mines in early-August (Wocke, 1862a).
distribution within Europe
Fennoscandia, Estonia, northern Russia _and_ France (Fauna Europaea, 2009).
Body dirty grey-green; head dark brown; prothoracic plate dirty light green with four small brown lenght lines; anal plate slightly darker than the ; thoracic feet green-brownish (Wocke, 1862a).
Bengtsson & Johansson (2011a), Hering (1957a), Viramo (1962a), Wocke (1962a).