Last modified: Jan. 28, 2020, 10:08 a.m.
A very rare species throughout Belgium. Easily confused with Blastodacna atra.
The larva bores into the berries of several Rosaceae. Pupation in a white loose cocoon in rotten wood or in the soil. The adults come to light
One generation a year: from late May till August.
Mainly places where Crataegus grows.