Family Cochylidae p 211 et seq

Features for distinguishing between members of this and the following family are slight, adults being most reliably separated by slight differences in wing venation. The forewings of cochylids are often elongate and, when in repose, are held in a steep, roof-like posture. Some authors consider that the Cochylidae deserves only subfamily status, within the family Tortricidae. Larvae usually feed within flowerheads, seedheads, roots or stems of plants. EXAMPLE: Eupoecilia ambiguella (vine moth).

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