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Lyonetia clerkella (Apple Leaf Miner Moth)

Synonyms: Argyromiges autumnella; Elachista aereella; Tinea malifoliella

Wikipedia Abstract

Lyonetia clerkella, the apple leaf miner, is a moth in the Lyonetiidae family. It is found all over Europe, north-western Siberia, the Far East, northern Africa, the Middle East, Turkey, India and Japan. The wingspan is 7–9 mm. Adults are on wing in June, August and from October to April in the Benelux. There are two or more generations per year. The larvae feed on various fruit trees, including Betulaceae and Rosaceae species.
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Protected Areas

Name IUCN Category Area acres Location Species Website Climate Land Use
Coedwigoedd Penrhyn Creuddyn/ Creuddyn Peninsula Woods 294 Wales, United Kingdom  
Coedydd Aber 855 Wales, United Kingdom  
Coedydd Derw a Safleoedd Ystlumod Meirion/ Meirionnydd Oakwoods and Bat Sites 6953 Wales, United Kingdom
Eryri/ Snowdonia 48773 Wales, United Kingdom  
Fenland 1529 England, United Kingdom
Glannau Môn: Cors heli / Anglesey Coast: Saltmarsh 2614 Wales, United Kingdom  
Great Orme`s Head/ Pen y Gogarth 748 Wales, United Kingdom  
Kenfig/ Cynffig 2945 Wales, United Kingdom
Limestone Coast of South West Wales/ Arfordir Calchfaen de Orllewin Cymru 3940 Wales, United Kingdom  
Morecambe Bay Pavements 6449 England, United Kingdom
Penhale Dunes 1535 England, United Kingdom    
Sefton Coast 11278 England, United Kingdom
Severn Estuary/ Môr Hafren 182155 England/Wales, United Kingdom
Solway Firth 107829 England/Scotland, United Kingdom

Ecosystems

Prey / Diet

Betula papyrifera (mountain paper birch)[1]
Betula pendula (European white birch)[2]
Betula pubescens (downy birch)[1]
Chaenomeles speciosa (Flowering quince)[1]
Cydonia oblonga (quince)[2]
Malus pumila (Common apple)[2]
Malus sylvestris[3]
Prunus avium[2]
Prunus cerasus (sour cherry)[2]
Prunus domestica (plum)[2]
Prunus laurocerasus (Cherry laurel)[2]
Prunus mahaleb (St Lucie cherry)[2]
Prunus padus (Bird Cherry)[2]
Prunus persica (peach)[2]
Prunus serrulata var. pubescens[2]
Sorbus aucuparia[3]
Sorbus torminalis (Wild Service Tree)[1]

Prey / Diet Overlap

Competing SpeciesCommon Prey Count
Abraxas grossulariata (Magpie Moth)4
Abroma temperata4
Acleris rhombana (Rhomboid Tortrix)6
Acleris variegana (Garden rose tortricid moth)4
Acronicta alni (Alder Moth)6
Acronicta psi (Grey Dagger Moth)10
Acronicta tridens (Dark Dagger)6
Alsophila aescularia (March Moth)6
Amphipyra pyramidea5
Ancylis achatana5
Archips podana (Large Fruit-tree Tortrix)4
Arctia caja (garden tiger moth)4
Argyresthia conjugella (Apple Fruit Moth)4
Argyresthia pruniella (Cherry Fruit Moth)4
Biston betularia (peppered moth)4
Cacoecimorpha pronubana (Carnation Tortrix)5
Caliroa cerasi (pearslug)5
Calliteara pudibunda (Pale Tussock)5
Chloroclysta miata4
Chloroclysta siterata (Red-green Carpet)6
Coleophora anatipennella4
Coleophora coracipennella4
Coleophora hemerobiella4
Coleophora serratella (birch casebearer)5
Colocasia coryli (Nut-tree Tussock)7
Colotois pennaria (Feathered Thorn)7
Conistra vaccinii (Chestnut)4
Cosmia trapezina (Dun-bar)9
Cossus cossus (Goat Moth)6
Crocallis elinguaria (Scalloped Oak Moth)6
Cydia pomonella (Codling moth)4
Diloba caeruleocephala10
Edwardsiana crataegi (Canary fly)4
Electrophaes corylata (Broken-barred Carpet Moth)5
Ennomos autumnaria (Large Thorn)4
Erannis defoliaria (Mottled Umber Moth)6
Eriogaster lanestris (Small Eggar)7
Euproctis chrysorrhoea (Brown-tail)6
Eupsilia transversa (Satellite)6
Fagocyba cruenta5
Gastropacha quercifolia (Lappet)5
Hedya pruniana4
Jodis lactearia (Little Emerald)4
Lasiocampa quercus (Oak Eggar)4
Lithophane hepatica6
Lomographa temerata (Clouded Silver)7
Lycia hirtaria (Brindled Beauty Moth)6
Malacosoma neustria (Lackey moth)5
Naenia typica (Gothic)4
Nola cucullatella (Short-cloaked Moth)5
Nymphalis polychloros (Large Tortoiseshell Butterfly)5
Odontopera bidentata (Scalloped Hazel)6
Operophtera brumata (winter moth)6
Operophtera fagata (Northern Winter Moth)4
Opisthograptis luteolata (Brimstone Moth)7
Orthosia incerta (Clouded Drab)4
Orthotaenia undulana4
Pammene rhediella4
Phalera bucephala (Buff-tip)7
Phyllonorycter corylifoliella8
Plagodis pulveraria (Barred Umber Moth)7
Plemyria rubiginata (Blue-bordered Carpet)5
Poecilocampa populi (December Moth)4
Ptilodon capucina (Coxcomb Prominent)5
Recurvaria leucatella (Lesser Budmoth)6
Recurvaria nanella7
Saperda scalaris5
Saturnia pavonia (Emperor moth)5
Selenia tetralunaria (Purple Thorn)6
Smerinthus ocellata4
Stauropus fagi (Lobster Moth)4
Swammerdamia pyrella7
Thecla betulae (Brown Hairstreak)4
Trichiura crataegi (Pale Eggar)5
Turdus philomelos (Song Thrush)4
Turdus viscivorus (Mistle Thrush)4
Yponomeuta evonymella (Full-spotted Ermel Moth)4
Yponomeuta padella (Common Hawthorn Ermel Moth)9
Zeuzera pyrina (leopard moth)6

Providers

Parasite of 
Malus sylvestris (Crab Apple)[3]
Prunus avium (Wild Cherry)[3]
Sorbus aucuparia (Mountain Ash)[3]

Distribution

Photos

Citations

Attributes / relations provided by
1Biological Records Centre Database of Insects and their Food Plants
2HOSTS - a Database of the World's Lepidopteran Hostplants Gaden S. Robinson, Phillip R. Ackery, Ian J. Kitching, George W. Beccaloni AND Luis M. Hernández
3Ecology of Commanster
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