thank you for the info, at least now I know what family it's. But, the dorsal view don't seem to be the same, maybe it have a variable pattern.
I always look at the UK site I saw it too but I didn't recognized it in photo ...
Just 1 minute and I post the photo.
Thanks Marcello, I still think it is Endotricha flammealis, they are quite variable with how strongly marked they are and there aren't any other moths listed on Leps.it that will have this resting posture, makes them pretty unmistakable.
These are just starting to turn up at my garden lights again now.
I think they are like little puppies, sitting and begging for attention. But I haven't seen one wag its tail
I note your sympathetic colouration of your copright-signature in your first photo; subtle attention to detail - like it.
Note: there is another species in the genus - Endotricha rogenhoferi.
But it is restricted to the Canary Islands.
I think it's the second time I see one, and the first time that I can photograph it
It's really funny, when I saw it I thought it was just a dried leaf of my cherry tree!
I see that you have an impressive attention to detail in the pictures, you do not miss anything . Many times I like to colour the signature like the subject, infact, the second photo was not intended for publication, I put it only after, just to show the dorsal view, so I have not paid attention to the color of the signature! Great observation ...
I knew that you was able to find another similar moth ;-)