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Coleophora galatellae

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Coleophora galatellae is a moth of the family Coleophoridae. It is found from Germany to the Pyrenees and Italy and from France to Hungary. It is also known from southern Russia.
The larvae feed on Aster linosyris. They create an elongate, tubular silken case which is decorated by about six broad bands of rather coarse sand grains. The case is 5–7 mm long and the mouth angle is about 45°. Larvae can be found from September to May.
Category:Moths described in 1942
Category:Moths of Europe
Category:Moths of Russia

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