Fifty identifiable species were trapped, plus a few unknowns. It was nice to get a half decent catch and although most were familiar old friends, they were none the less welcome. If I had to pick some highlights, I would they would be (fairly arbitrarily) Phylloporia bistrigella, the Monopis bellow, which I believe is M. weaverella.
|Acleris Sp. A form of Variegana?|
Another puzzler is this Eucosma?
|Eucosma? Pretty worn, I'm afraid.|
It was nice to see a fresh looking Bee Moth. Macro highlights included Devon Carpet, Dwarf Pug, Small Seraphim, Scorched Wing, Least Black Arches, Coronet, Clouded-bordered Brindle. ab. combusta and Marbled White-spot.