Family Pterophoridae (Plume Moths)
There are three species in North America: antirrhina, brevipennis and taprobranes.
Size: The wingspan of the moth in this photo was ~12 mm
Flight period: May to November; overwinter as adults
Habitat: Weak fliers that usually remain on or near the host plant; most active during early evening
Caterpillar host plants: May feed on snapdragon (Antirrhinum spp.), Wild Basil (Clinopodium vulgare), blueberry (Vaccinium spp.), Spreading Sneezeweed (Centipeda minima), and spur flower (Plectranthus spp.)