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Hi David and thanks for your comments. I decided it was not the Light Orange because the antennae were serrated rather than feathered. I apppreciate this is not visible in the shot I posted but the moth settled for some time and could be studied closely.
Thanks. Since you have now reported the relevant feature from field observations I can agree the ID. Always worth adding such notes to the ID when you put it up I would suggest.
Yes I'll try and remember to include any relevant ID comments next time I post. The image here was taken with a Canon 100 - 400mm lens from a distance of around 1.5M as I didn't have a macro lens with me at the time hence this detail cannot be seen.
Lat/Lng: 52.2554, 1.6249
OS grid ref: TM474681
Seen flying over gorse/heather heathland near the coastguard cottages at Dunwich cliffs