Warm night with rain threatening but stayed dry throughout. A satisfactory catch of 83 moths (22 macros/13micros + 1 unid.) Lovely to see Lime Hawk-moth but also Knotgrass, Light Brocade (2), Yellow-barred Brindle, Treble Brown Spot, Fryer's Pug (2), Turnip, Cabbage and Buff-tip. A hat trick of carpets: Common Marbled (3), Grey Pine and Garden. Highest turn out: H & D (13) against Treble-lines (10). Micros...all singles bar LBAM (7) and Tachystola (5) included Monopis obviella, Swam pyrella, Bryo terella, Cedestis subfasciella, Codling Moth, Red-barred Tortrix, Ephestia unicolorella, Syndemis muscularia and Cryptoblabes bistriga.
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