Yes, I have had a Ling Pug emerge, as I reported in a recent post and indeed a second one, BUT when the next moth emerged it was a Narrow-winged Pug - and so more research was needed.
In spite of my previous efforts I now need to change some of my records because they are wrong!
It appears that lovely purple and white larva (5 October) is that of the Narrow-winged Pug (not Ling or Satyr) and a similar, but much duller larvae (not shown) is that of the Ling Pug.
Otherwise, there have been a number of larvae in the garden, most notably those eating the leaves of the Primroses and Cowslips. Identifying these is either by a one-by-one search of The UK Caterpillars book, (or the UKMoths site) or by searching the "food plants" literature - if you have got it!
There is quite a range of larvae to choose from, all very similar looking, one of which is called the Uncertain!
It may be a long time before I am sure.