Last modified: April 23, 2019, 12:44 p.m.
First observed in Belgium in 1995, a second observation in 2004, since then recorded more frequently but this species remains rare in Belgium.
Whitish with light brown head; pronotum without black spots.
Pale green, transparant membrane, generally on the underside of leaf.
Free living instars live in a leaf rolled longitudinally, upperside inwards. The species hibernates in the adult stage. They rest on tree trunks during the day and come to light.
The adults fly from early July till early September and after hibernation till early May. They rest on tree trunks and come to light.