(Barnes & Lindsey, 1921)
The wingspan is 17–24 millimetres (0.67–0.94 in). The head, body and legs white. The forewings are white with gray brown irroration. There is a black costal dash over the base of the cleft and is usually separated from the discal area by a clear white subcostal line. There is a small spot before the cleft. The fringes are contrastingly dark but with extensive white areas. The hindwings are whitish to light gray.
Adults have been recorded in March, April and May.
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