1042 Rhomboid Tortrix Acleris rhombana
([Denis & Schiffermüller], 1775)Wingspan 13-19 mm.
With the slightly hooked tips and reticulated pattern of the forewings, this species is fairly easy to identify, despite being rather variable.
It can often be found around hedgerows and gardens, the foodplants being a range of trees and shrubs including hawthorn (Crataegus), and is quite common throughout Britain.
The adults fly in autumn, from August to October, and are nocturnal.