1171 Gypsonoma minutana
(Hübner, 1799)Wingspan c. 12-15 mm.
This rather distinctive, heavily-mottled Tortricid is locally distributed in the south-east of England where it frequents woodland margins.
The flight period of the adults is during July when the moths may be found resting on tree-trunks but are often hidden higher up in the canopy.
The foodplants are poplar (Populus), including aspen (P. tremula, the larva spinning two leaves together during May or June.