102 species, with highlights and migrants being Bucculatrix thoracella (NFG and my second ever), B. ulmella (NFG), Caloptilia rufipennella (a rare moth here), Plutella xylostella (4), Epermenia chaerophylella (3), Acleris forsskaleana, Udea ferrugalis (15), Nomophila noctuella (16), Eudonia pallida, Pebble Hook-tip, Maiden's Blush, Vestal, Dark-barred Twin-spot Carpet, Purple Bar (5), Black Arches (2), & Silver Y (3).
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