621 Elachista subalbidella
Schläger, 1847Wingspan c. 12 mm.
A distinctive Elachista, with rather uniform yellowish-ochre forewings.
The species is widely distributed on moors and heaths over much of Britain, where the adults tend to fly during June.
The main larval foodplant is purple moor-grass (Molinia caerulea), the larva creatin a long narrow mine in the blade.