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I'm really new here, so take this with a grain of salt as they say, but this looks much more like a Cabbage Moth Mamestra brassicae to me than the Silver Y.
The horn or tuft of scales is very high in the Silver Y, and has a feathered look up the face.
Hello C. Rayz and welcome to iSpot. I think you're right about this being Cabbage, and well done for picking it out from such an unusual angle! Would you like to add this as an alternative identification (click on "Add a revision", above) and we can then agree with you.
Entomologist and biological recorder
Thanks Martin :)
I'm still trying to figure this out a bit, I didn't see the Add Revision and wouldn't have known what it was for anyway..lol Glad someone has added it though.
Lat/Lng: 54.617587742206, -1.2852421402931
OS grid ref: NZ462249