Luffia lapidella is a species of moth in the Psychidae family.

Very similar to Luffia ferchaultella, which is found in most of England and Wales. This small moth is most easy to be observed as a larvae, where it has a small case, smaller than a 1cm in length, and can be found on a wall. This case consists of small bits of stone, lichens and gravel and they can be seen on walls or stones.

This species is found on the Channel Islands, Isle of Scilly, and western Cornwall.

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