I found this moth lurking around in my garden shed on Thursday here in central Oxford. I took some rather poor snaps of it and then released it thinking that it was something relatively common. However, when today I got round to trying to ID it, the only match that I can come up with is Yellow Belle which is a coastal species. I've compared it with on-line images and it seems to match and looking in past records for the recording area it does seem to occur but I'd be interested to know how rare a record this is.
Also, I found this little chap on a Buttercup whilst out on a walk in Kennington (along with oodles of Diamond-backed Moths). I'm guessing that it's Micropterix calthella but would appreciate confirmation.