Acorn Moth

Blastobasis glandulella

''Blastobasis glandulella'' is a species of moth of the Blastobasidae family. It is found in the eastern United States and southern Ontario, Canada. It has also been recorded in California. In Europe, it has been recorded from Austria, Germany, the Czech Republic, Italy, Slovakia and Croatia.
Acorn Moth (Blastobasis glandulella)? Not 100 percent on this. I think most Blastobasids need dissection (of genitalia) to get a firm ID. 
At a 365nm UV light setup at the edge of a dense mixed forest.  Blastobasis glandulella,Geotagged,International Moth Week,Lepidoptera,Moth Week,Moth Week 2020,National Moth Week,Summer,United States,moth,moth week

Appearance

The wingspan is 15–25 mm. Adults have gray to grayish-brown forewings with a pale diffuse line bordered distally by dark band. There is also a black median dot and two black reniform dots, which form a triangle. The terminal line is composed of dark dots. The hindwings are shiny gray with dark veins and a fringe of long hair-like scales. They are on wing from April to September.

Naming

It is commonly known as the acorn moth, but this can also refer to the tortrix moth ''Cydia splendana'' from Europe.

Food

The larvae feed inside acorns and chestnuts.

References:

Some text fragments are auto parsed from Wikipedia.

Taxonomy
KingdomAnimalia
DivisionArthropoda
ClassInsecta
OrderLepidoptera
FamilyBlastobasidae
GenusBlastobasis
SpeciesB. glandulella