not so common species in Belgium.
larvae are thought to feed at first at flowers and or seeds of Ligustrum vulgare, Hippophae rhamnoides
and other shrubs.
It builds later a portable flat, elongate-ovate case constructed from
leaf fragments and covered with soil particles and feeding on fallen
leaves. Pupation in the larval case.
adults fly in one generation a year; onwards from late May towards late
June. They fly in the sunshine and later comes occasionally to light..
Antwerpen, Schoten, 24 May 2009.
(Photo © Adriaan Peeters)