Bramble Shoot Moth Notocelia uddmanniana
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Tortricidae » Olethreutinae
Easily distinguished by the chocolate-brown blotch on the forewing, contrasting with a greyish ground colour.Large and conspicuous red-brown or chocolate-brown pre-tornal marking.
The foodplants are bramble, and other Rubus species, and the adult is on the wing in June and July Larva makes a ragged spinning in shoots of Bramble, Dewberry and Raspberry, living within a spun or rolled leaf.
Woodland and hedgerows where bramble occurs.