Further to my post: “Two moth-like insects” (Added to iSpot 17/10/2012), this is another moth-like species that occurs in our Reserve.
No interactions present.
My recollection of last winter (to be checked) is that these insects were particularly active in the air around trees with ivy. A possible reason for that might be insulation conferred by the hairs as well as residual heat remaining in the tree trunks. (Also, small Psychodidae are involved in the fertilization of Wild Arum - Arum maculatum)
Lat/Lng: 51.4337, -2.7624
OS grid ref: ST470707