Last modified: Jan. 27, 2022, 5:52 p.m.
A new species in Belgium in 2017.
The first mines are found early, onwards from the end of May.
One of the few Nepticulidae that hibernates as an adult, usually behind hanging bark.(often found behind the bark of Platanus x hispanica)
The adults fly at least in two generations a year.
Mainly dry forest, usually on sandy grounds, with low birches and storage in the undergrowth.