Per Steve Whitehouse: 6 traps produced Flame Brocade, Delicate, Dark Sword-grass, 3 Silver Y, Vestal, 50 Oak Rustic, Oak Nycteoline, Large Wainscot, Small Mottled Willow, Turnip, 3 Palpita vitrealis, 3 Diamond-back Moths, 40 Rusty Dot Pearl, 5 Angle Shades, Tebenna micalis, Caloptilia stigmatella and 2 Agonopetrix purpurea. The visitor centre trap had a pristine Swallowtail Moth.
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