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Yes, this is either Agonopterix heracliana or or A. ciliella.
Best separated by looking at the hindwing or giving it the chop.
Thanks Lord Muzzy and Douglas, I think I'll just return it to where it came from, I doubt I could study its wing without damaging it.
Thanks for the ID.
Lat/Lng: 55.0323, -5.9716
OS grid ref: NW463780
On a road this evening between wooded slopes and seashore rocks. This moth is exactly 10mm long.