European; a single specimen was reported from British Columbia in 2009, and this photo was taken in Newfoundland in the same year:
...DeWaard et al. (2009) report a specimen reared from ash in Newfoundland in 1975.
Larvae are leafminers in the fall, exiting and boring into the shoot to overwinter. In the spring they feed as shoot borers or on leaves in lightly webbed shoots.
Prays citri (Milliére) and Prays endocarpa Meyrick are reported introduced species
DeWaard, Jeremy R., Jean-François Landry, B. Christian Schmidt, Jennifer Derhousoff, John A. McLean, Leland M. Humble. 2009. In the dark in a large urban park: DNA barcodes illuminate cryptic and introduced moth species. Biodiversity and Conservation 18(14): 3825-3839.