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Have a look at the opposite end of the book, Steve. Those very short antennae are a give-away that this is quite a primitive species.
Or if that fails, look at a recent post from Steve Trigg.
Dave, Sorry for my ignorance but all I can come up with is Passenger Moth.
By opposite end of the book I meant the beginning - but I won't prolong the agony for you any longer! It is a smart female Orange Swift.
Thanks both, I don't think I would have got that from the illustration which really doesn't do it justice, although the patterning and shape should do of course. With thanks to Steve Trigg also.
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