Notocelia incarnatana

Notocelia incarnatana, the chalk rose bell, is a species of moth of the family Tortricidae. It is found in China, Mongolia, Japan, Russia, Kazakhstan and Europe,[2] where it has been recorded from most of the continent, except parts of the Balkan Peninsula.[3]

Notocelia incarnatana
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N. incarnatana
Binomial name
Notocelia incarnatana
(Hübner, [1796-1799])[1]
Synonyms
  • Tortrix incarnatana Hübner, [1796-1799]
  • Epiblema incarnatana
  • Tortrix amoenana Hubner, [1814-1817]
  • Tortrix incarnana Haworth, [1811]
  • Notocelia longispina Nasu, 1980

The wingspan is 14–20 mm. Adults are on wing from June to early September in western Europe.

The larvae feed on Rosa canina and Rosa rugosa. They live in the spun leaves of their host plant. Larvae can be found from May to June. Pupation takes place within the spun leaves.[4]

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