Synonyms and other taxonomic changes
Acrobasis cirroferella Hulst, 1892
Acrobasis myricella Barnes & McDunnough, 1917
Larvae feed on wax myrtle (Morella cerifera
Several generations per year. Larger larvae live in tubes of silk and frass attached to the terminal shoots or twigs and leaves of wax myrtle, feeding on nearby leaves (1)
Barnes & McDunnough, 1917; Contr. nat. Hist. Lep. N. Am. 3 (4): 221
, pl. 18
, f. 1
Hulst, G.D. 1892. New Species of Pyralidae.
Canadian Entomologist. 24(3): 60
Neunzig, H. H., 1986. Moths of America North of Mexico, Fascicle 15.2, p. 30; pl. 3.17-22, p. 56; pl. 5.38-39.