....and yes Andy before you say anything it is a Large one. Having caught an Ear agg. in south-west Ireland, I collected the specimen to bring back home for the Yorkshire county moth Recorder to do a gen.det. (genitalia dissection) on it. Charlie had requested Yorkshire specimens to be sent to him to get a better idea of which Ear species are here in the county - Yorkshire has all four British species. So, after 10 minutes preparation the genitalia were exposed to show a male Large Ear; a new site record according to the Moths of Ireland. A couple of other specimens sent through the post turned out to be another Large Ear, and the other a male Crinan Ear. I attach a photo of the live moth out of interest.