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Elophila nymphaeata (Linnaeus, 1758) (Brown China-mark)

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NBN NBN (data.nbn.org.uk) has the UK distribution map of Elophila nymphaeata (Brown China-mark)

Suggested Literature

Elophila nymphaeata may be covered by literature listed under:

BIOTA
(living things)
Eukaryota
(eukaryotes)
ANIMALIA
(animals)
EUMETAZOA
(metazoans)
ARTHROPODA
(arthropods)
HEXAPODA
(insects and other 6-legged organisms)
INSECTA
(true insects)
PTERYGOTA
(bees, beetles, dragonflies, flies, grasshoppers, moths and other winged insects)
LEPIDOPTERA
(butterflies and moths)
Ditrysia
(butterflies and most moths)
PYRALOIDEA
(grass and meal moths)
CRAMBIDAE
(crambid moths)
Microlepidoptera (via Pyraloidea) Invertebrates (via Arthropoda)

Feeding and other inter-species relationships

Elophila nymphaeata is associated with:

caterpillar (later) Potamogetonaceae - pondweeds (Alismatales) caterpillar (later) grazes in mobile case on live leaf UK/Ireland Robbins, R., 1990 [a small full-depth blotch usually near the base of the leaf. The larva then window-feeds on the lower side of the leaf from a case, eventually making quite large patches.]
caterpillar (later) Nuphar - lesser water lilies (Nymphaeales: Nymphaeaceae) caterpillar (later) grazes in mobile case on live leaf UK/Ireland Robbins, R., 1990 [a small full-depth blotch usually near the base of the leaf. The larva then window-feeds on the lower side of the leaf from a case, eventually making quite large patches.]
caterpillar (young) Potamogetonaceae - pondweeds (Alismatales) caterpillar (young) mines live leaf UK/Ireland Robbins, R., 1990 [a small full-depth blotch usually near the base of the leaf. The larva then window-feeds on the lower side of the leaf from a case, eventually making quite large patches.]
caterpillar (young) Nuphar - lesser water lilies (Nymphaeales: Nymphaeaceae) caterpillar (young) mines live leaf UK/Ireland Robbins, R., 1990 [a small full-depth blotch usually near the base of the leaf. The larva then window-feeds on the lower side of the leaf from a case, eventually making quite large patches.]

There may be more taxa associated with Elophila nymphaeata listed at higher taxonomic level

INSECTA
(true insects)
LEPIDOPTERA
(butterflies and moths)

Associated with Elophila nymphaeata:

Elophila nymphaeata may be associated with taxa listed at higher taxonomic level

ANIMALIA
(animals)
ARTHROPODA
(arthropods)
INSECTA
(true insects)
LEPIDOPTERA
(butterflies and moths)
Microlepidoptera (via Pyraloidea) Invertebrates (via Arthropoda)

References

Robbins, R., 1990 A Provisional Atlas of The Leaf Miners of Warwickshire, with notes on others occurring in the Midlands
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