|Status .....First recorded at Eakring in 2007. Seems reasonably common in areas of wasteground and similar habitats, but the vacated mines are recorded more than the adult moth.|
|Adult reared ex-larva, photographed at Ollerton August 2012|
|Full-grown larvae after vacating the mine, photographed at Ollerton August 2012|
|Leaf mine photographed on Goosefoot (Atriplex) at Ollerton August 2012|
|UK distribution of Chrysoesthia sexguttella|
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