Confused Woodgrain - Morrisonia confusa
Gray-tan forewing with a bark-like pattern of streaks between white-speckled veins. The basal area is marked with two black dashes. Postmedial line is jagged and edged with white near inner margin.
Spotted under the bark on a snag in a coniferous forest.
''Morrisonia confusa'' is a moth of the Noctuidae family. It is found in Eastern North America down to Florida, in the north it can be found up to Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, Quebec and Ontario.
The wingspan is about 35 mm. The moth flies from April to June depending on the location. The larvae feed on various deciduous trees, including basswood, birch, ironwood, oak, poplar, sweet gale, and wild black cherry.