1024 Light Grey Tortrix Cnephasia incertana
(Treitschke, 1835)Wingspan 14-18mm.
One of several similar Cnephasia species but also one of the smallest.
It is quite common throughout much of the British Isles, and the adults are at large during June and July.
The habitat preference is for woodland edges and hedgerows, and the overwintering larvae feed in a spinning on a range of herbaceous plants such as plantain (Plantago) and sorrel (Rumex).