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Species Account for Pammene aurana

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Pammene aurana  (Fabricius, 1775)
Lepidoptera: micromoths: Tortricidae

Pammene aurana Copyright: Ben Sale

 
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National status: Common



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Taxonomic group: micro-moths (Lepidoptera: micromoths) - County data   
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Essex Red Data List comment
Recorded from 4 out of 57x10km.sq. records in county

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In Essex this is a scarce resident associated with Hogweed in woods and grassland (Goodey, 2004). The distinctive moths can be found in the afternoons during June and July on the flowers of the foodplant. The larvae spin seeds of hogweed together and feed on the seeds inside the spinning. References

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Broad Habitat Data (based on 3 records with habitat information)

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