The number of species continuing to increase and among them were: the wonderfully variable and sometimes striking Ingrailed Clay, Eyed Hawkmoth, Silver Y, Shoulder-striped Wainscot, Peppered Moth, Iron Prominent, Light Brocade, Blood-vein, Bee Moth, Mottled Rustic, Scorched Carpet, Common Swift, Anania coronata, Scoparia pyralella, Eudonia lacustrata and Celypha striana. And plenty of Diamond-backs still appearing in the traps and surrounding areas.
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