Ypsolopha asperella is a butterfly of the family of Ypsolophidae.
The moths reach a wingspan of 20-21 mm and have a white base color with a brown to black drawing.
Ypsolopha asperella occurs in central and northern Europe, as well as in Siberia.
Way of life
The larvae live among other things, on apple trees (Malus domestica), blackthorn (Prunus spinosa) and hawthorns (Crataegus ). They eat in loose cocoons on the leaves. Pupation takes place in a yellowish cocoon on the underside of leaves.