Bryotropha affinis
Bryotropha affinis
Adult • Littleborough, Lancashire • © Ian Kimber

35.047 BF779
Bryotropha affinis

(Haworth, 1828)


Wingspan 11-12 mm.

A fairly common species throughout most of Britain, this moth has a variable paler band, sometimes broken, across the forewing at about 3/4.

The moths are on the wing in June and July, and are a frequent visitor to the light-trap.

The larvae feed on mosses, often on walls during the early part of the year.
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