701 Agonopterix ocellana
(Fabricius, 1775)Wingspan 19-22 mm.
Relatively common throughout the British Isles, this fairly distinctive Agonopterix overwinters as an adult, often being found in early spring as it awakes from hibernation.
The larva feeds on various willows (Salix spp.), feeding between leaves spun together with silk.
The species is easily identified by the combination of rufous, black and white in the centre of the forewing.