1517 Adaina microdactyla
(Hübner, 1813)Wingspan 13-17 mm.
The smallest of the British Pterophoridae, this delicate little moth is double-brooded, being on the wing in May and June, then again in August.
It is relatively common in the south of England, becoming less so further north into southern Scotland; scarce in Ireland.
The larval foodplant is hemp agrimony (Eupatorium cannabinum), feeding in the stems and forming a gall.