This rather undistinguished, very small moth was lurking in the bottom of the trap this morning. I almost disregarded it as a worn Coleophora but then noticed the antennae were swept back rather than pointing forwards. It appears to be Batrachedra pinicolella, with the wider banding near the tips of the antennae just about visible in my poor photos (there are much better pics online). The palps look right too.
This will be a new species for VC41, in fact there might only be one previous Welsh record - from Slade Wood, Monmouthshire, back in the 1970s. It feeds on spruce.