I can do this one, it is a "Jersey Tiger" <Jersey Tiger Euplagia quadripunctaria - UKMoths>. I remember the first one I ever saw was on a Buddleia bush at Stoke Gabriel (just. West of Paignton), you can't tell from the photo, but it is a large butterfly sized moth and I stared at it for about 10 minutes on the grounds that it must be a tropical immigrant or escape from a Butterfly house.
Now they've spread from S. Devon to London, most of the S. coast, Bristol etc.
Well I've read that this year there has been an increase in butterflies ,
After the last few years being a big decline .
I don't know if you've noticed but take a look around tomorrow and you will be pleasantly surprised
I found this beauty this summer in the South of France. It was huge, approx 20-25cm across. It's an Atlas moth that usually resides from Southeast Asia so I have a sneaky suspicion it must of escaped from a butterfly house that I know is fairly near by. Can't imagine it will survive the winter.