Family: Incurvariidae Sub-family: Incurvariinae
130 * Incurvaria masculella
Wingspan: 12-16mm. Males have 'comb-like' antennae
Flight time: May
Food plants: Hawthorn and Rose, occasionally other trees and shrubs
Mine: Initially a blotch mine then the larvae make a case from a section cut from the leaf and fall to the ground.
Similar: Incurvaria pectinea
Ballingeary, Co. Cork, SW Ireland. May 2011