Cloudy, still and humid - ideal conditions. 101 species but not a single migrant. Large numbers including 214 Large Yellow Underwings in 2 traps. Many FFYs - highlights were: S. subfusca, P. palumbella, N. angustella, R. formosa, C. lathoniellus, Brown China-mark, Small China-mark, Common Emerald, Blue-bordered Carpet, Lime-speck Pug, Four-dotted Footman, Scarlet Tiger, Dark/Grey Dagger agg., Coronet, Bird's Wing and Small Dotted Buff,
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