I was picking up dead leaves off the lawn today. Lawn is a bit of a stretch as much of it has died away. Nonetheless, like Graham Gooch’s head, a few tufts sprout here and there.As I picked up one leaf I saw something move. Closer inspection revealed this small moth – roughly 16mm wingspan – this is a crambid. The way the antennae are held along the back of the abdomen is a strong clue.This ought to be a woodland moth and I can’t help thinking that its patterning would afford it much better camouflage there than on my lawn. Ah well, beggars can’t be choosers and I’ll say thank you for the photo and allow it to settle wherever it chooses.