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Small moths that have a narrow body and tightly collapsed wings that form a T shape. Their larvae bore holes into stems of pants making them a garden pest. Adults are most active at night and are attracted to lights, but they drink flower nectar during the day.
Found throughout North America.
Lat: 47.31, Long: -122.32
Spotted on Apr 1, 2019
Submitted on Apr 3, 2019
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