I quickly potted it up before one of the numerous Large Yellow "Blunderwings" disturbed it ...
|BF1754 - The Phoenix - Eulithis prunata|
Orange Swift appeared for the first time last night and the Toadflax Brocades have done well with record numbers this year so far.
|BF15 - Triodia sylvina - Orange Swift|
The underwing ( shown below) doesn't show up as white like the similar and very common Turnip Moth, these are almost see-through, and the heavy veins are unusual. The "hairstyle" is more like Turnip than the "mohican" style of Pearly but it is a little worn. One for the county recorders.