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I am not a moth expert so can't offer much help on ID, however a quick comment on the photos themselves. Its good that you have some kind of scale and sometimes good to have a plain background. However the white background can sometimes fool the camera light meter and end up with the moth itself being very dark. Its sometimes a good idea to either over expose a bit so the background comes out white and the moth itself is less dark and underexposed, or just use a mid tone background so the exposure meter is not fooled and gives correct exposure for the moth.
There is a little bit of info on the photography page http://www.ispot.org.uk/photography_guide
Thanks for the advice on this. Unfortunatley it was a camera phone moment so if they cant be ID'd then fair enough.
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