A very mild, overcast and damp night brought out a few more moths, but still only 40 or so species from two traps. Among the micros were: Eudonia angustea, Celypha striana, Celypha lacunana, Acleris laterana, Gold Triangle, Barred Fruit-tree Tortrix, and Light Brown Apple Moth. Among the rest were: Black Rustic (first of the season), Frosted Orange, Pink-barred Sallow, Pale Eggar, White-point, Silver Y, Copper Underwing, Canary-shouldered Thorn, Dusky Thorn, Rosy Rustic and legions of Large Yellow Underwing.
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