I bounded indoors full of excitement, especially about the maroon, pink and sandy one at the top which I am sure is new to my Leeds bag. All three of them also looked to be from the Carpet family and that usefully narrowed the coming search.
But so far: bafflement. The green one could be a Beech-green Carpet methinks, but that is rare. I think the other two must be examples of how varied moth patterning is within a species. Or else of how dim I am. Any commentors not on holiday who can help will be thanked profusely. Otherwise I will throw myself on the mercy of our West Yorkshire county recorder Dr Charlie Fletcher. He is an endlessly patient man and must be a very popular GP.