These pictures are from Surrey ten days ago in Shabden Parknature reserve Click the link for more info'.
According to http://ukmoths.org.uk/ Nemophora metallica "is one of the 'longhorn' moths, the male has antennae three times the length of the forewings, the female around half this length. The wings have a relatively plain bronzy sheen.
Like other members of the genus, the larvae feed at first on seeds and later on leaves or leaf-litter, mainly of field scabious (Knautia arvensis). Occurring in the south of England and East Anglia, the moths fly in June and July during the day."
There were scores of these Micro moths feeding on Scabious flowers ten days ago.