Large birch bright

Taleporia tubulosa

The large birch bright is a small nocturnal moth from the bagworm moth family. It is found locally in Europe, from southern Scotland, through west and central Europe, east up to Russia and the Balkans. In the north it is found in Fennoscandia. In mountainous areas it is found up to heights of 1,800 meters ASL.
Taleporia tubulosa, Heeswijk-Dinther, Netherlands The case of a bagworm moth, this one is named "Cigar Bag Carrier" in dutch, named after its shape. The below video (not by me) shows one in action:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r7frxch7Qy8 Europe,Heeswijk-Dinther,Large birch bright,Netherlands,Taleporia tubulosa,World

Appearance

The wings of the male are greyish brown and look frayed, with a wingspan of 15 to 19 millimeters. The females do not have wings, as is usual for bagworm moths.
Large birch bright - Taleporia tubulosa Meerdaalbos, Dec 2013. 
https://waarnemingen.be/species/8485/photos/? Belgium,Fall,Geotagged,Large birch bright,Taleporia tubulosa

Food

The caterpillars feed on lichen from the genus ''Parmelia'', but they may also eat plant remains. They live in a protective casing made of grass or bark that is usually attached to a tree. The females remain in this casing when adult. The males' flight time ranges from May to June.

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Taxonomy
KingdomAnimalia
DivisionArthropoda
ClassInsecta
OrderLepidoptera
FamilyPsychidae
GenusTaleporia
SpeciesT. tubulosa
Photographed in
Belgium
Netherlands