Yet, on Saturday 10th the night time minimum plummeted to 7C and only 11 species turned up. On a brighter note, at dusk on 11th I found 6 Silver Y nectaring on the sedum plants.
On Tuesday 13th, the mid-week box saw a minimum temperature of 17C and 23 species, including a first visit of the year of Rosy Rustic and Snout, and a second visit of Cypress Carpet
This afternoon, in bright sunshine, a Silver Y shared the sedum plants with a Small Tortoiseshell
and this little beastie paid a very brief visit - I was trying to take pictures of hoverflies and suddenly noticed this on one of the leaves. I managed one quick shot before it flew away - first thought was maybe Nettle-tap but I'm not sure. Confirmation/correction appreciated.