Many thanks to Liam for the spot and the ID. Superb camo.
Probably not identifiable, but just to note there's a neat cyanolichen up there. I've never been up on the ridge in winter after rain. Probably worth it.
Looks like pics of Villa agrippina on BugGuide, but BG also says this genus is almost impossible to ID to species.
Always nice to see something new on the mountain.
Given the very long antennae, I suspect this is a very worn A. flameusella. I wanted it to be Adela oplerella, but that seems to have shorter antennae.
Conceivably something like Aculops rhois, but not a perfect match.
Two western fence lizards together on Ord Mountain, CA
Mother with three Merganserlings.