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Lyonetiidae
Mine a long sinuous gallery, often whitish in appearance and often crossing midrib. The egg is laid inside the leaf being injected through the epidermal layer. This feature helps to distinguish it from a Nepticulid mine where the egg is laid on the surface of the leaf [5+7+9-10] .Lyonetia clerkella 263
Gracillariidae
Blister over midrib, silvery [7+10-4]
Phyllonorycter leucographella 332a

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