Small moth, smaller than a common footman, light grey, wings spotted, snout prominent. Caught in light trap.
No interactions present.
Might be something like Eudonia pallida
Thanks for that, I am aware the photo is not really up to much. I have looked on UK Moths and it looks right. The trouble with micros is, as a beginner, I just do not really know where to start, so this site is really useful.
There is a good book for UK pyralids by Barry Goater - it has life size photos of pinned specimens. For the other micro groups, the books can be expensive or difficult to obtain. There are a lot of good websites though - this one has a useful 'Flight arrivals' section: http://www.norfolkmoths.co.uk/
Agree it looks like a pyralid moth, and I wonder if it is a female Bee Moth? It's rather worn, but the spots on the wings seem to match. Bee Moths are quite frequent in my garden at the moment - the name comes from their larvae, which feed on the nests of bumblebees and social wasps.
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I had a couple of Bee Moths the previous week. They had a distinctive green sheen but as you say this one is quite warn. Also in the garden is a red tailed bumble bee nest.
Lat/Lng: 53.212409804019, -0.12599408626556
OS grid ref: TF252700