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No Aspen about and its unlikely in this location, I have posted it on the Scottish Moths forum and Roy Leverton has indeed confirmed it as a Common Quaker. He says:
"It is indeed Common Quaker, but quite an unusual colour. I haven't seen one like this. Lead-coloured Drab would be even greyer, and without such a strong submarginal line."
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Thanks for that. I bow to Roy Leverton's expertise.
Lat/Lng: 54.9, -5.2
OS grid ref: NX0061