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Bucculatrix thoracella is a species of moth in the Bucculatricidae family.

Description[]

This tiny moth is only a few mm long, and is brown and cream in colour. There is a distictive brown stripe running through the centre of the forewing to the tip. The head is orange. This species flies by day and by night.

Bucculatrix thoracella

B. thoracella - http://www.flickr.com/photos/qwertyqwertyqwerty/

Range[]

This species is local in Britain, inhabiting woodland and sometimes gardens.

Larvae[]

The larvae feed on limes.

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