Reliably identifiable, the smallest of the four. Innocuous.
Probably, but could be an exceptionally well marked Tawny Marbled. Or a dull Rufous.
Maybe, based on that thorax and the basal patches. But could be a Tawny Marbled. Or a Marbled.
I should've potted up another couple of minors for this, but they would of been duller than these. Or brighter, but equally aggregated. There are two other minors that turn up in gardens, but these are Mesoligia spp. and they are more interesting in that they are identifiable. I'm competely ignoring the other 'minor' because it isn't one other than the name (Haworth's Minor).
Here's another non-minor.