Thankfully, 57 species of moth survived the night- the highlight being this rather underwhelming micro which looks set to be Mompha sturnipennella, a rare species in the county. Problem is that it's rather similar to Mompha subbistrigella, so will have to be examined up close with a microscope to confirm its identity...
It really was night of the nondescript, with the very grey Exoteleia dodecella and the even greyer Glyphipterix fuscoviridella being notable records for the garden.
Other highlights included fantastic examples of Buff-tip & Lime Hawk-moth, as well as these characters...
|Dwarf Pug- just about.|
I wouldn't normally put the trap out two nights in a row, but with the mild weather set to continue who knows what's out there...