No interactions present.
I was undecided about this one as well, but after comparing picture I took with my ID books, it looked like a slight variation of a northern drab and I decided to get a 2nd opinion who said it looked liked a northern drab to them, I decided to go with northern drab. thank you for your ID though, it has me thinking, I'm going to go back through my ID books and have another look. Moths can be very difficult subjects, but I love them :-)
The Yorkshire Moths website gives really helpful information on how common or rare a particular species is as well, which might be a help in deciding a likely ID.
Northern Drab seems to be quite rare in Yorkshire.
Lat/Lng: 54.2, -2.0
OS grid ref: SE0188