Pamphilius betulae - Pamphilius betulae
A mostly yellow sawfly with thin, thread like antennae.
Often located in well wooded areas.
June to September.
The larvae live and feed within rolled leaves.
Status in Britain is not known, but the lack of records suggests that it may be rather uncommon.
This may be the first record of this species in Leicestershire and Rutland.
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