Distinctive red thorax. 2 individuals came to light.
No interactions present.
There are 2 different species here. I would suggest that the 2nd is a Lesser Broad-bordered Yellow Underwing. The other is a noctuid of some sort but the wing pattern is too faint. The red thorax is a sign of wear - both moths are in effect bald.
I'd initially thought that the red thorax could be wear and tear - but then I saw two of them! Very helpful. Thanks
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Lat/Lng: 50.9, -0.2
OS grid ref: TQ3016