Edit: now thought that the yellow line quaker, very worn, is in fact a brick. Thanks to Ben and Graeme for their advice.
Also, of more interest, was a small micro, upside down on the perspex. Potted and immediately identified as an immigrant species Udea ferrugalis, the rusty dot pearl. A good moth for Herts.
|Merveille du Jour|
|head on Merveille du Jour|
|brick, a very worn example|
|Suspect November moth but need to check for other 2 very similar species.|
|Udea ferrugalis showing camouflage skills|