Last to be spotted under the rim of the trap was a superb Clifden Nonpareil, the definite highlight among the 35 species recorded (190 moths in total). Migrants were represented by 2 Rush Veneer, 2 Dark Sword Grass a single Diamond-back. NFY were singles of Acleris sparsana, Beaded Chestnut, Autumnal Rustic and Black Rustic.
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