The tally of 200+ brought pretty much routine fare again. The now regular White-point (2), plus Lychnis, Gold Spot, Angle Shades, Turnip, Broad-bordered Yellow Underwing, Hedge Rustic typical of the larger moths, and Chequered Fruit-tree Tortrix was hardly a highlight among the few micros. The likes of Rush Veneer, Dark Sword-grass, Vestal and Pearly Underwing completely non existent here so far.
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