Micro moth quite common on tree trunks in the sun, this morning.
No interactions present.
But I wouldn't say that is strong evidence to assign a species, without a deeper knowledge of these rather fascinating beasts.
Thank you...it does look similar. As you suggest, though, 'it looks like' ID s are never the best!! I believe that argyrana is the commoner species in Yorkshire...but that does not make an ID, either...
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