Last modified: April 13, 2020, 9:39 p.m.
A very rare species in the southern part of Belgium, not often recorded. Seen for the first time in Flanders in April 2020.
The larva lives in the opening buds, spun flowers and fruits of the food plant. Pupation takes place in spun leaves fallen to the ground.
The adults are on the wing during April and May.
The larva feeds on Rosa canina.