Last modified: March 14, 2021, 2:59 p.m.
A very rare and local spring species in Belgium, only discovered in 2019 in NA.
Wingspan 16–20 mm. Like most of the Cnephasia species, a grey forewing colour with slight brownish or whitisch admixtures, darker strigulations and blackish dots. Markings are typical brownish grey for the genus and variably developed.
Recognizable only by examination of the genitalia.
An early spring species flying onwards from mid April till late May in one generation a year.