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Chances are your ID is correct but people may be relunctant to agree it due to the slim chance that it may be the very similar Langmaid's Yellow Underwing. A view of the hindwings is necessary to rule out Langmaid's.
Thanks Cathal. I'm new to this so tips like this are great - if we catch another one of these I'll try to get a photo of the hindwings.
One way to manage it without damaging the moth Nick, is to chill the moth for a minute or 2 in the fridge and then gently push the forewing out of the way with a toothpick. A quick shot of the hindwing can be taken before the moth moves away.
Thanks again. I was wondering how to do that as we were wary of touching them in case we hurt them. Fingers crossed we catch another one!
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