Phyllocnistis canariensis Hering, 1927
Very long gallery in the epidermis of a branch, eventually ascending along a petiole and ending in an upper-surface pupal chamber in the angle between the midrib and the leaf margin.
Klimesch (1979a) found on the Canary Islands mines, possibly referable to Ph. canariensis, on introduced Populus alba.
Larvae in March, April (Hering, 1957a).
distribution within Europe
Canary Islands, Madeira (Fauna Europaea, 2009).
Strong resemblance with Phyllocnistis ramulicola.
Aguiar & Karsholt (2006a), Hering (1927a, 1957a), Klimesch (1979a).