Found on bramble in deciduous woodland
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Rob, are you basing this on size, with N. schwarziellus being smaller than N. swammerdamella? Difficult to judge size from the photo, but if it was small then I agree schwarziellus is the most likely ID.
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It was fairly small but I went tentatively on the wing pattern with reference to web resources (I don't have any literature for this group). N. schwarziellus seems to have a more pronounced lattice pattern. Not sure this should be the basis for a definite ID. See http://www.norfolkmoths.co.uk/micros.php?bf=1410&photoid=1201776648
Lat/Lng: 52.9, 1.1
OS grid ref: TG1342