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I might be wrong but I think this is classed as a Micro Moth.
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You are right it is a Micro-moth even though it is relatively large. This explained why I could not find it in my Macro-moth book.
Quite a few on the larger micro-moths are pyralids which tend, when at rest, to lay their antennae flat along their backs above the wings (the one shown here is not quite in that posture). This can be a useful way of spotting when you might need to consult a micros book for a larger moth.
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