/a> sylvatica Great Wood-rush British Wild Flowers by John Somerville et al. Spencer, 1990: 345

Time of year - larvae: April-Spetember, rarely November (Bladmineerders van Europa).

Time of year - adults: Currently unknown.

Distribution in Great Britain and Ireland: South Gloucester (Gibbs, 2003a: 61-5).

Distribution elsewhere: Not uncommon in northern and central Europe from Finland to Bulgaria (Spencer, 1990: 345), Czech Republic, Germany, Hungary and Poland (Fauna Europaea).

NBN Atlas links to known host species:

Luzula sylvatica

British and Irish Parasitoids in Britain and elsewhere:

Chalcidoidea   
Chrysocharis polyzo (Walker, 1839) Eulophidae: Entedoninae
Ichneumonoidea - Links to species no longer available  
Chorebus siniffa (Nixon, 1937) Braconidae: Alysiinae
Apodesmia posticatae (Fischer, 1957) Braconidae: Opiinae
Apodesmia similis (Sz├ępligeti, 1898) Braconidae: Opiinae


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