100 species, with the highlights being Phalonidia affinitana (2) and a Lesser-spotted Pinion. Also of note were Cosmopterix pulchrimella, Adaina microdactyla (11), Bactra furfurana (2), Cochylis molliculana (2), Pammene aurita (4), Pediasia contimella (2), Udea ferrugalis (8), Small Seraphim, Sallow Kitten (2), Pinion-streaked Snout, Gold Spot, Southern Wainscot (13), White-point (2), Brown-veined Wainscot (4), Small Wainscot (5) and Cream-bordered Green Pea (3).
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