Various fruits but mainly apples
The female moth lays a single egg on fruit, leaf, or stem at night. After hatching, the larvae enter the end or side of the calyx of the fruit and dig to the center. The color of the larva is pink to white, the head is brown, and it can reach one inch in length. The development of the larvae is completed within 3 to 5 weeks. The larvae leave the fruit and settle in the thick silk cocoons on the bark or other protected areas. The adult is about half an inch, gray, with a clear bronze area at the bottom of the wing.