Yes, looks good for M asinalis. Presumably resident on the coast down your way.16 species last night (2nd) was a great catch for my garden in October, but nothing particularly notable. Migrants comprised Silver Y and Diamond-back (also Prays ruficeps - not sure if this is a migrant or not).George
Yes Adam, I'm sure that is asinalis, and as George says it may well be resident with you.
A colony was discovered of Madder Pearl [B&F1397] at Bull Cliff, The Knap in 1999 and subsequently at other sites along the coast. It is quite widespread along the south Gower coast. A nice garden tick Adam.
Thanks all. This probably answers the question about what's been mining the Madder round here then!