Synonyms and other taxonomic changes
Celypha cespitana (Hübner, )
Tortrix cespitana Hübner, 
Explanation of Names
Specific epithet from the entomological term "cespitose" meaning "matted together," from Latin caespes
Adult - forewing dark brownish-gray with broad pale AM band containing dark wiggly/broken lines; median and basal areas with scattered pale scales, giving a speckled appearance; area beyond PM line a mix of convoluted pale lines and dark patches; several short oblique dark marks along costa; hindwing medium brownish-gray with dark veins.
Records across North America. Also occurs in Eurasia. (2)
Olethreutes olivaceana forewing is greener and AM band is darker, showing less contrast against ground color; other Olethreutes species have a whiter/less marked AM band or a different pattern on the forewing .