Bell moth leaf rollers are fairly small moths with more or less square front wings. Most of the species disguise themselves as a leaf when sitting still. By holding their wings as a roof over the body, their disguise closely resembles pieces of leaves. The caterpillar lives between folded or rolled up leaves, which is how it got its name. Various species of leaf rollers have salt marsh and dune plants as their host plant.
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