More so than the Pale November Moth by the more prominent lines and the little show of white underwing at the bottom, i think..?
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These Epirrita need very close inspection to separate to species in females and dissection in males. If you have a copy of Waring, Townsend and Lewington it gives diagrams and explains the issues- the four Epirrita cant be reliably separated by appearances.
They are usually IDed on here as November Moth agg. (aggregate), Epirrita dilutata agg.
Thank you, i thought it would be a tight ID. I don't have a copy of the book you mention but i may have to look into that, it would be a useful addition. Thanks for the info on the agg listing.
You can find the information on ID'ing Epirrita sp. if you follow this link:
Lat/Lng: 52.3, -0.8
OS grid ref: SP8273