Stenoptilodes antirrhina (snapdragon plume moth) is a moth of the Pterophoridae family. It is known from California in the United States, but also greenhouses in the south-eastern U.S. that have received cuttings of snapdragon from California.
The wingspan is 15–25 mm.
The larvae feed on Antirrhinum species (including Antirrhinum majus), as well as Pelargonium x hortorum. Young larvae mine the leaves and later burrow into the stem, petioles, flowers or seed pods. The development to a full-grown larva takes three to five weeks. The species overwinters as an adult.
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