In our part of the world Nemophora degeerella is well known for the long horns. In fact it holds the record, it has the longest antennae of all European species. The horns are four times as long as the body is, at least with the males. Nemophora degeerella appears a little later than the other Longhorns on this site, for it is predominantly present in June. The moth is breathtakingly beautiful, but hard to photograph. It is very small and likes to sit on shady places, such as the bottom side of a leaf.