The length of the forewings is 9-11.2 mm for males and 10–11 mm for females. Adults have buff-colored forewings streaked with darker brown spots and lines. They are on wing from September to February, possibly in one generation per year.
The specific name is derived from Latin striatus (meaning channel, groove or furrow).
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