Overnight trap. Scarce silver lines (2), Elephant hawk (3), Riband wave (7), Diamond back moth (22), Flame (3), Mother of Pearl (4), Uncertain, Large yellow underwing (11), Dot moth, Small fan footed wave (3), Blood vein, Poplar hawkmoth, Bright line brown eye (3), Scalloped oak (2), Common footman (3), Heart & Dart, Common emerald, Apple moth, Tachystola acroxantha, Browntail, Common rustic, Whitepoint, Small blood vein, Oak nycteoline, Fen wainscoat (First for me), Kent black arches (FFY), Buff ermine, Dark arches (4), Anania coronata (3), Single dotted wave (3), iron prominent (FFY), True lovers knot (3), Dunbar (2), Buff arches, Endotricha flammealis, Pyrausta purpuralis, Marbled white spot, Oegoconia quadripuncta, Argyresthia brockeela, Snout, Lychnis, Udea fulvalis , Rosy minor.
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