Not counted but ~120 species in the garden trap last night. Quite astonishing that even though we’ve now broken 700 species in the garden that we should have 4 new ones in one night, including one macro in the form of Waved Carpet, no doubt a wanderer from a not too distant woodland. The new micros were Metzneria lappella 1 (needs checking but looks good), Aethes rubigana 1 and Crambus pratella 1. Other interesting captures included Pearl-band Grass Veneer 1, Meal Moth 2, Round-winged Muslin 2, Dog's Tooth 1, Double Line 7, Small Rufous 2, Oak Nycteoline 1, Dark Spectacle 3, Marsh Oblique-barred 1 and Orange Ladybird 2. Like others a lot of caddis last night; I’ve not looked at them critically yet but looks mostly to be Leptocerus tineiformis c500. Even with just estimating (rather than counting) numbers, this morning’s session (emptying trap>id’ing specs>entering data) took from 0500-0900hrs. Two sessions a week is about as much as I can fit in at present; wish it was more as conditions are so good at present.