By far the commonest moth that was attracted to light in Zante was a pyralid that although quite variable resembled something between a Rush Veneer and a Bee Moth. It outnumbered all of the other species tenfold and once I realised that I was feeding the ants wondered whether this particular species may have been unpleasant tasting therefore skewing the numbers. On closer investigation I saw several of these moths being carried by a single ant while still fluttering helplessly. The size was variable and estimated at a wing length of 15-20mm. A thorough scan of the images in Pyraloidea of Europe, Vol 1 and found some that really resembled my pictures and not only that were present in Greece which was encouraging. It was Lamoria anella and a further search of images online seemed to confirm it, but as always I stand to be corrected!