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The first Brecknock sighting of this tiny golden moth, smaller than a grain of rice, was made in a Brecon garden this weekend (4/6/16). Argyresthia trifasciata, first noted in 1982, reached Britain in imported plants and is spreading north and west. Its larva is a miner in the leaves and shoots of Cypress. Photo by Keith Noble.
Added 16/07/2018 10:12
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