Here's another photo of the Acleris logiana which I caught on the night of the 2nd
The A. logiana has only recently been discovered in the south of England having previously been confined to Scotland.
The night of the 3rd produced a couple of macros in the form of Dark Chestnut and Double-striped Pug and micros were represented by 3 LBAMs (Epiphyas postvittana for you purists!)
The night of the7th was the most productive so far and yielded a Silver Y on the wall near the trap as well as a Beautiful Plume (Amblyptilia acanthadactyla), an LBAM, an Acleris hastiana (which I initially thought might be umbrana but realised I was stringing) and a couple of Acleris notana/ferrugana - hence the somewhat convoluted post title!
A. notana/ferrugana but if you think otherwise please let me know!
Apple Leaf Miner from the 7th
Finally this Chestnut was caught the night of the 8th and shows how different the colours look dependent on the light
Chestnut (in the shade)
Chestnut (in direct sunlight)