Best night of the year to date - 85 species (and counting) and almost 700 moths (just one trap). Highlights included FFG Mompha ochraceella and Double Square-spot (finally). FFY included: Eucosma cana, Nephopterix angustella, Euzophera pinguis, Anania crocealis, Eudonia delunella, Crambus perlella, Magpie, Phoenix, Brown Silver-line, Small Angle Shades, Green Arches & Clouded Brindle. Migrants were Diamond-back Moth (32) and Rusty-dot Pearl (2).
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