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The nearest known ally of this species is the EuropeanC. Brongniardellum, notC. calicellaSt., as I suggested before I knewBrongniardellum.Albanotellamakes a large, somewhat tentiform mine, on the under surface of oak leaves (Q. obtusilobaandQ. alba); the mine is at first long, winding andNepticuli-form, ending in the large tentiform blotch. The lanva, before leaving the mine, becomes pinkish red. In the breeding cage it pupates in a cocoonet which it spins on the surface of the leaves. I havedoi:10.4039/ent9123-7 fatcat:fwdsmq2p5fburhxjslt5zqr5mu