Moodna ostrinella - Hodges#6005 (Darker Moodna Moth).
| The larva of this widespread, little moth is a scavenger of dried seeds, mummified fruits, dried rose buds, rose galls, and acorns. The literature also reports peach, apple, pear, loquat, iris, and oak as host plants. The brick red to brown forewings have a dark median band with a broad white edge.
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