Photos show the egg (A), larva (B), pupa (C), male adult (D) and female adult (E) of Agriphila aeneociliella (Lepidoptera: Pyralidae) and its damage symptoms in the field (F). A. aeneociliella has become an important pest in China in recent years, causing sprout deficiency by the larval feeding on the wheat stem and presenting a potential threat to wheat. In this issue (pp. 169-174), a study on effects of temperature and food on the growth and development of larvae of A. aeneociliella is reported. Photos were taken by PENG He and ZHANG Yun-Hui in Laizhou, Shangdong and the laboratory in Beijing, respectively, during March to May in 2013.