A daylight-flying moth which frequents the herbs and soft fruit
area of the my garden. Larvae feed on mint (Mentha).
Pyrausta purpuralis (Linnaeus, 1758) is somewhat similar, but the stripe which spans
the resting wings is bolder, and the inner part has a distinctive reverse crescent shape. See
UKMoths. So it seems these are both more-or-less worn P. aurata.