It looks a bit like Lampronia fuscatella
But supposedly that does not occur in Italy.
There are other species of L. that do occur in Italy, eg. L. aeripennella.
I suggest you see if any of those match.
Unfortunately, many species of L. are not illustrated on www.lepiforum.de, so you may have to look elsewhere.
Also consider Incurvariidae
Please let us know how you get on.
thanks for the info.
I found the list of the species that occur in Italy:
|Lampronia aeripennella (Rebel 1889)|
|Lampronia corticella (Linnaeus 1758)|
|Lampronia flavimitrella (Hübner 1817)|
|Lampronia luzella (Hübner 1817)|
|Lampronia morosa Zeller 1852|
|Lampronia provectella (Heyden 1865)|
|Lampronia rupella (Denis & Schiffermüller 1775)|
|Lampronia standfussiella Zeller 1852|
|Lampronia stangei Rebel 1903|
But no one match with this one, the most similar is L. fuscatella.
I'll do other research tomorrow.
I'll let you know about it.
I found it
I asked on Lepiforum.de if they was sure that L. fuscatella don't occur in Italy and they said that it's Cauchas rufifrontella!
I never heard it btw ...
Thanks for your help!