Insect caught in a moth trap set overnight.
No interactions present.
looks like T. nebulosa, but I don't know if there are similar species that prevent photo id.
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Thanks Jeremy. It's a whole new area for me.
I think there are 3 members of this family, mainly in Scotland, which look very alike, but let's hope someone can tell us more
Lat/Lng: 58.0539, -4.6638
OS grid ref: NC429103
In a pine plantation with some birch beside a stream.