Carsia sororiata (Hübner, [1813])


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Host plants:
The larvae feed on Oxycoccus palustris.

Habitat:
Carsia sororiata usually inhabits bogs with large stands of Oxycoccus.

Life cycle:
The moths occur between June and August (especially in July). The egg hibernates.

Remarks:
Carsia sororiata has a huge range, but is often only very local: N-America, central and northern Europe, N-Asia.