This species (once very rare) is now increasingly common in urban areas.
No interactions present.
This is apparently now in the genus Crassa rather than Batia.
I've got it as Crassa in one moth book and Batia in the other. But the NBN (and the ispot drop down list) only allow Batia! At least that brings up the NBN distribution map.
Lat/Lng: 51.4739, -2.5857
OS grid ref: ST594751