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This I think is either Silver Y (Autographa gamma) or Scarce Silver Y not sure of the difference
Thanks for the reply, how can we eliminate Scarce Silver Y?
...is slightly smaller and has the 'y' broken into two, usually - a circle and a 'v', but often squashed together; mostly, it looks different as it has darker, blackish upperwings (especially a patch around the 'y') with paler markings. It lacks brown tones.
My Flickr photos...
Thanks for the info, I've never seen one seems to be quite rare!
Lat/Lng: 52.1, -3.4
OS grid ref: SO0451