By far and away the best night of the year so far with 152 moths of 36 species including some good micros.
Nice to be getting the below species on a fairly regular basis in the moth trap.
Another species which I don't think I've seen that many times before is this:
Small Yellow Wave
The next species shown is always a bit of a nightmare and I think I've got it right!
Another species which I can't recall seeing that many of before:
Marbled White Spot
Most Common Marbled Carpet I've been seeing down here have been dark ones so this individual threw me a swerve ball for a couple of minutes until the penny dropped.
Common Marbled Carpet
Up until 2010 there had only been two records of the following micro but I suspect there's been plenty more since as has been witnessed elsewhere nationally.
As per the previous species this next one is surely under-recorded with only 4 records up to 2010
Another tricky family of micros but I think the id is correct:
Pandemis cerasana Barred Fruit-tree Tortrix
I do like a nice Caloptilia, at least you can work the family out quick enough!