Another damp night which produced 26 species including: Silver Y, Light Brocade, Eyed Hawk-moth, Common Swift, Small Magpie, Peppered Moth, Vine's Rustic, Mottled Pug, Brown Rustic and the Fool's Water-cress eating Depressaria ultimella among the 70 or more moths present, and Alabonia geoffrella still on the wing in local mixed woodland.
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