Pandemis cinnamomeana
Pandemis cinnamomeana
Adult • Reared from larva, Dovestones Resr., Saddleworth • © Ben Smart

49.023 BF971
Pandemis cinnamomeana

(Treitschke, 1830)


Wingspan c. 18-24mm.

A relatively local species, occurring in deciduous woodland habitats in England and Wales.

It can resemble Dark Fruit-tree Tortrix Pandemis heparana but there are subtle differences. Males in particular have a whitish forehead.

The larvae feed on the leaves of a range of deciduous trees during May and June.

Adults can be found on the wing from Late June through July, with a second generation in the south, during August and September.

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