Ectoedemia hendrikseni A & Z Laštuvka & van Nieukerken, 2010
Short, narrow, contorted corridor, abruptly widening into a large, rounded, full depth, blotch. Frass almost completely filling the corridor; in the blotch most frass is compacted along the sides of the oldest part. Pupation external.
Fagaceae, narrowly monophagous
Larvae found in March.
distribution within Europe
France (Alpes Maritimes, Var).
The mines are practically indistinguishable from those of E. suberis; however, the larvae of that species live a few weeks later.
van Nieukerken, A & Z Laštuvka (2010a).