Length 4 to 4.7 mm. E. loewii is variable in colour, but often shows a striking dark arc on the forewing.
If the pattern of dark markings on the wing veins is absent, the species can closely resemble Eurhadina concinna and E. ribauti. In these instances, detailed examination, and possibly gen det for males may be necessary.
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Found on Sycamore and (less often) Field Maple.
Widespread across much of England and South Wales, though not particularly common.
Rarely recorded in Leicestershire and Rutland.
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