Plume moths have unusual wings divided into segments that stack on top of each other to form narrow structures disguised as twigs. Some species have feathery wing margins that give this family its name. At rest, the stacked wings are held horizontally, giving the moths their characteristic T-shape.
Well camouflaged among grasses.
Adults feed on nectar and pollen. Larvae feed on plant parts.
Grasslands and urban gardens in semi-arid areas, including Amman.