Attracted to lights near deciduous woodland. Length 18mm.
No interactions present.
I would expect the yellow band along the costa (Leading edge of the wing) to continuue arount the termen (Outside edge of the wing) for a Common Footman (Especially on a moth that looks this fresh)
Also the leading edge looks to be strongly curved.
Looking at Richard Lewingtons picture in Moths of Great Britain & Ireland - this could be a Dingy Footman
Difficult without seeing the actual moth
I'd be interested in what others think.
I think the darkness of the grey indicates Common Footman - Dingy usually is paler. General "jizz" to me is of Common Footman. (Not, I agree, a very scientific explanation....)
Hampshire Dragonfly recorder
Hampshire & IOW Wildlfe Trust
Lat/Lng: 52.7, -2.8
OS grid ref: SJ5116