This little moth appeared on Candytuft (Iberis sempervirens) as I was photographing a beetle foraging on those flowers. Via Waarneming.nl it turns out to be a rare introduced species, the Fig-leaf skeletonizer (Choreutis nemorana), which makes this accidental passer-through a new garden species.
The species uses Fig (Ficus carica) as its host plant. Such a tree is located about ±20 meters from our garden, I will take a look to see if there’s more of them.
References1 Nederlands Soortenregister