A moth that came to my garden light trap.
No interactions present.
both very similar appears to lack the disc like patch of colouration towards the rear.
Yes, it might be a rather small and not-so-well marked specimen of Cherry Bark Tortrix. Thanks.
Looks good - UKMoths gives a wing size twice as big as Sterling & Parsons, but this matches the S&P size.
UKMoths gives wing span, S&P give length of forewing. So both are correct.
Lat/Lng: 51.3, 0.0
OS grid ref: TQ3966