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Leaf bag moths

See below leafminer,

The small, approximately 3 millimeter long, silvery-white moths (also leaf-bag moths) are a family of butterflies, The family includes around 1,000 species worldwide, of which around 230 are also common in Europe. Many of them specialize in a single host plant and cause a characteristic damage pattern for the respective species. In the case of severe infestation, growth depressions can occur. The little butterflies fly mainly at dusk. They have a well-trained proboscis and long antennas. The fore body is usually raised in the rest position. The narrow wings often have long fringes.

The tracked have forward-facing mandibles (mouth tools) in the first larval stages, which allow cells to...

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