Several of us went mothing at the Fletcher Wildlife Garden last night. There were very moths, but lots of midges, caddisflies and various beetles, including a number of this species. They apparently are mainly nocturnal and often can be found at lights. They have an interesting shape and pattern, I think. Members of this family(Melandryidae), eat fungus or rotting wood, according to fellow PBaser Tom Murray, in his fantastic book "Insects of New England and New York".