Scientific Name: Bleptina caradrinalis
Native Range: North, Central and northern South America, Pennsylvania*
Size: Wingspan: 22–32 millimetres (0.87–1.26 in)*
Active: June to August*
Color and Appearance: Drab browns and gray.
August 14, 2020: Wikipedia notes that “larva feed on barberry, clover, and hickory.”* Since we have lots of clover in our lawn they seem to be a common moth when I am cutting the grass. I photographed this one when it jumped out of the way of the lawn mower.
*From Wikipedia (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bleptina_caradrinalis)