Grateful Midget - Elaphria grata
TL: ~12 mm. Reddish brown FW peppered with white scales along the black veins. Slightly curved AM and PM lines. Orbicular spot is a small black dot. Hourglass-shaped reniform spot. Hosts: Violet, clover, and oak. Status: Common
Habitat: Attracted to an LED light (395 nm) in a semi-rural area
''Elaphria grata'', the grateful midget moth, is a moth of the family Noctuidae. The wingspan is 20–26 mm. The forewings are reddish-brown with whitish lines. There are dark grey dots in the reniform and orbicular spots. Adults are on wing from April to October in multiple generations per year.