A respectable total of 54 species, with plenty of micros in spite of being coolish.
Best for me was Nemapogon clematella netted flying at dusk. 4th VC41 adult record. The larvae build noticeable external feeding tunnels on dead wood, often hazel but alder might be more likely in this location.
Also Blastobasis rebeli, 2nd VC41 record, the first being from the same place in 2010.
Possible Bactra lacteana, retained for confirmation. (Smaller at 6mm than B lancealana and with apical streak) Apparently no confirmed records for VC41, according to MapMate
One mystery, 10mm long, also retained for ID. Any thoughts?
|Possible Bactra lacteana|
|Query. 10mm long|