|Pale brindled beauty|
27 moths of 7 species taken to the portable trap. I also wandered a few woods with the headtorch and net, catching Agonopterix heracliana in good numbers. The garden trap realised 4 moths of 3 species, all taken already.
|Small brindled beauty from Pigs Green|
|Common quaker, 1st of the year from Pigs Green|
|1 of 9 Agonopterix heracliana, this one from Millennium Wood|
This leaves me on 142 moths recorded, made up of 14 species (11 macro species, 3 micro species)
Millennium Wood has given up the most so far this year, with 9 species, but it has had more trap nights than anywhere else. The next 7 - 10 days look fairly bleak and, I suspect, very little to record.