(B. Landry & Gielis, 1992)
The wingspan is 17–18 millimetres (0.67–0.71 in). The antennae have beige and pale brown scales. The head is brown, but white as a thin row between the antennae. The thorax is yellowish brown anteriorly and paler posteriorly. The forewings are yellowish brown with dark brown markings. The hindwings and their fringes are uniformly greyish brown. Adults have been recorded in November and December.
This species is named after Professor T.J. de Vries of the Pontifícia Universidad Católica del Ecuador in Quito, who collected the type series.
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