First large catch in a while, with ~750 individuals of 110 species. Highlights were Aspilapteryx tringipennella (2), Plutella xylostella, Ypsolopha dentella, Prays ruficeps, Bryotropha domestica, Ptocheuusa paupella (2), Cochylis molliculana, Acleris forsskaleana, Lobesia abscinana (2), Crocidosema plebejana, Eudonia pallida (2), Udea ferrugalis (2), Palpita vitrealis, Nomophila noctuella, Peach Blossom, Galium Carpet, White-spotted Pug (2), Shaded Pug, Four-spotted Footman (28), Jersey Tiger (10), Marbled Beauty, Marbled Green, & Dark Sword-grass.
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