Postscript: just found the discarded wings of another bordered straw, probably bat-predated. My first individual is still `tucked-up` safely behind foliage, so the unfortunate one was a second bordered straw.
Other moth news: I forgot to mention that I had a forester last week at Mynydd Llangyndeyrn (the high ridge between the Gwendraeth Fawr and Fach valleys), seen in exactly the same spot as last year`s individual. It was seen (and quickly photographed) in a grassy area, with much sorrel, in the central limestone block of the ridge, and not on the acidic Millstone Grit/quartzite areas.
Paul Sperinck saw a hummingbird hawk-moth last Saturday (13/6) in his garden at Felinfoel, Llanelli.