Paul John - Lithophane "near disposita", an undescribed species found throughout New Jersey. The "true" Lithophane disposita is darker than this and found mainly in wetlands.
Measured "nose" to wingtip
Sometimes we put these types at the genus level, sometimes on a "no taxon" placeholder until the species is described, sometimes they go on a "fake" species page. I prefer the "no taxon" approach because when they eventually get moved to a species page the contributors actually get a notification of the species name instead of just renaming an info page and no one knows. Anyway, I'll let someone else flip the BG-coin. I think so far all of mine have ended up at genus level (at least I'll know if they get a species name).