That is a very good suggestion, thank you.
My specimen is perhaps a bit pale but the markings are basically correct.
I am comparing my specimen to that at http://www.lepidoptera.pl/show.php?ID=2889.
I found this:
“Clepsis neglectana is a moth of the Tortricidae family. It is found in most of Europe, as well as the Ural Mountains, North Africa, Near East and Central Asia. The wingspan is 12–16 mm. Adults are on wing in April and again from June to July in Europe. The larvae feed on Fragaria species.” [http://www.ovguide.com/clepsis-neglectana-9202a8c04000641f8000000014f41773#]
- I am not sure if there are Fragaria species in the area, but maybe that is not the only foodplant.
- The flight period does not match, but maybe in southern Europe there is a later brood.
- The distribution is all around Cyprus, so Cyprus would seem possible.
For now, I will treat this as a probable identification as Clepsis neglectana.