1124 Ancylis tineana
(Hübner, 1799)Wingspan c. 11-15mm.
A rare species in the British Isles, known from submontane habitats and glens in a handful of locations in northern Scotland.
The adult moths, on the wing in June, are quite distinctive, with a strongly falcate or hooked outer forewing, and a brownish ground colour with a greyish white blotch in the ocellar region.
The larvae feed on birch (Betula), spinning leaves together.