Lunakia alyssella Klimesch, 1941
Minute mine, up to 3 mm, in the leaf margin. The larva soon leaves the mine and starts consuming the leaf from the basis on. The leaf, and later leaves that are consumed as well, is wrapped in a mixture of silk and plant hairs, forming a yellow-white felty mass of up to 2 cm.
Larvae in April, May, possibly later a second generation.
distribution within Europe
Austria (Fauna Europaea, 2009).
Yellowish, prothoracic shield concolorous.
Hering (1957a), Skala (1951b).