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Can this question be moved to to the moth forum please?
Hi Wolvesjeff, I've moved your post as requested. Hopefully someone will be able to provide you with an ID now.
Best wishes, Lisa (NaturePlus host)
Could be a Eudonia pallida.
Thanks for the ID. Looks spot-on to me.
The specimen in the photograph has been confirmed as
Calamatropha paludella not Eudonia angustea by one of our speciliast here at the NHM.
Thank you for this confirmation.