Eupoecilia angustana, Bactra (lancealana), and something that requires a little more thought!Dave
Yes, pretty sure the other one is Epinotia fraternana. Second county record - well done!
Thanks Dave. Got to be pleased with that, though annoyed I didn't find it myself in Sterling & Parsons. The marking is quite distinctive and I scoured, or thought I did, that and British Moths with no success. Looked again this morning, and strangely it doesn't appear in British Moths ...
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Congratulations Howard. Yes, quite right of course, it's not in British Moths but it will be in the next reprint.