Incurvaria masculella is a species of moth in the Incurvariidae family.
DescriptionEditOne of the larger micro moths, this species flies by day as well as night, and is often seen in sunshine in Spring. This species is black, with two white triangles and a red head. Males have very feathery antennae, while females don't.
Found throughout of Britain, except the north of Scotland, and much of Ireland.
The larvae feed on Hawthorn.