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|Agriphila deliella (Hübner, 1813)|
Wingspan: 24-29 mm
A very local and rare species, bound to dry sandy biotopes.
The larva feeds on several grasses, like Corynephorus canescens(Gray Clubawn Grass - Buntgras),Carex arenaria(Sand sedge - Zandzegge)and Molinia caerulea(Purple Moor Grass - Pijpenstrootje).
The adults have mainly been observed from mid August till mid September.
Agriphila is a genus of moths of the Crambidae(Crambid Snout Moths)family.
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Interesting Crambidae, with excellent camouflage. Excellent sharpness and composition. Cheers,