Coleophora hemerobiella has distintive lines on its back. Larva is a case-bearer (pistol case bearer first year and straight case 2nd year).
Wingspan 14mm; UK flight time July.
Triaxomera parasitella: despite the name "parasitella", caterpillars of this ginger-haired moth feed on fungus.
Wingspan 16-21mm; UK flight time May-Jul.
Mompha epilobiella (10-13mm wingspan; flies all year).
Tachystola acroxantha has colonised UK from its native Australia, probably on imported plants.
It can appear red and has golden tips to the trailing edge of its forewings. Wingspan 13-15mm; UK flight time May-Sep.
(Acentria ephemerella prev. nivea):
males winged, females mostly wingless and live on water; larvae aquatic. Male wingspan 11-13mm; UK flight time Jun-Aug.
Epichnopterix plumella is tiny, with wingspan about 12mm. Day-flying male UK flight time Apr-Jun. Females wingless.
Oegoconia quadripuncta, is sometimes called the Four-spotted yellowneck, but other similar species
also have this name (e.g. O. deauratella and - US - O. novimundi). It is also known as the Leaf Litter moth since caterpillars
live in leaf litter. Wingspan 11-17mm; UK flight time Jul-Aug.
Elachista apicipunctella: wingspan 10-11mm; UK flight time Apr-Jul.
Caterpillar winters as leaf miner in grass.
wingspan 11mm, UK flight Jun-Jul. Larva lives in hawthorn berries.