Trapping on the 11th produced 127 moths of 23 species, with Merveille du Jour & Green-brindled Crescent were both new for recorder. Also of note were Udea ferrugalis (3), Nomophila noctuella, Turnip, White-point, Feathered Ranunculus (28), Blair's Shoulder-knot (2), Satellite (my third ever) & Dark Spectacle. The most abundant species was Beaded Chestnut with 49 being present.
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