Acrolepiopsis tauricella is a moth of the Acrolepiidae family. It is found Italy, Switzerland, Hungary and Ukraine. The larvae feed on Tamus communis. They mine the leaves of their host plant. Young larvae make one or two small full depth blotch mines. Most frass is ejected out of the mine though an opening in a corner of the mine. Older larvae live freely under the leaf, but keep using the mine as a shelter during feeding pauses. In this stage they cause window feeding or skeleton feeding. There are several mines in a single leaf. The larvae have a pale yellowish green body and head.

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  • Acrolepiopsis tauricella is een vlinder uit de familie van de koolmotten (Plutellidae). De wetenschappelijke naam is voor het eerst geldig gepubliceerd in 1870 door Staudinger. De soort komt voor in Europa. (nl)
  • Acrolepiopsis tauricella is a moth of the Acrolepiidae family. It is found Italy, Switzerland, Hungary and Ukraine. The larvae feed on Tamus communis. They mine the leaves of their host plant. Young larvae make one or two small full depth blotch mines. Most frass is ejected out of the mine though an opening in a corner of the mine. Older larvae live freely under the leaf, but keep using the mine as a shelter during feeding pauses. In this stage they cause window feeding or skeleton feeding. There are several mines in a single leaf. The larvae have a pale yellowish green body and head. (en)
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  • *Acrolepia karolyii (Szocs, 1969)
  • *Acrolepia similella (Muller-Rutz, 1920)
  • *Acrolepia tauricella (Staudinger, 1870)
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  • Acrolepiopsis tauricella
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  • A. tauricella
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  • Acrolepiopsis tauricella is een vlinder uit de familie van de koolmotten (Plutellidae). De wetenschappelijke naam is voor het eerst geldig gepubliceerd in 1870 door Staudinger. De soort komt voor in Europa. (nl)
  • Acrolepiopsis tauricella is a moth of the Acrolepiidae family. It is found Italy, Switzerland, Hungary and Ukraine. The larvae feed on Tamus communis. They mine the leaves of their host plant. Young larvae make one or two small full depth blotch mines. Most frass is ejected out of the mine though an opening in a corner of the mine. Older larvae live freely under the leaf, but keep using the mine as a shelter during feeding pauses. In this stage they cause window feeding or skeleton feeding. There are several mines in a single leaf. The larvae have a pale yellowish green body and head. (en)
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  • Acrolepiopsis tauricella (nl)
  • Acrolepiopsis tauricella (en)
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