Question: What is the name of the grape moth?
Answer: You must be referring to LOBESIA BOTRANA. That is the name for the European grapevine moth insect native to Southern Italy (though it may have originated in Austria) and now is around worldwide. Even though found in California in 2009 it was eradicated by 2016 and is regulated presently in Canada and other countries as a quarantine pest but it still is thriving. The larvae attack the grapes and cause problems even for imported table grapes from Argentina & Chile. Vineyard workers are always on the look-out for its presence.
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