A heaving trap of 147 species (over 1100 individuals). Best was Porter's Rustic, NFG. Also of note were Nemapogon clematella, Bucculatrix ulmella, Plutella xylostella (10), Oegoconia caradjai (3), Scrobipalpa ocellatella, Teleopsis diffinis, Cochylis molliculana, Acleris cristana, Pammene aurita (2), Dioryctria abietella, Palpita vitrealis (2), Nomophila noctuella (2), Cataclysta lemnata, Acentria ephemerella (3), Udea ferrugalis (7), Vestal (3), Maiden's Blush, Sallow Kitten, Pale Prominent, Lesser Swallow Prominent, Black Arches (2), Four-spotted Footman (5), Jersey Tiger (13), Silver Y (4), Gold Spot (5), Small Rufous (8), Herald, Dark Sword-grass (2) and Marbled Green.
Interesting a Tineola bisselliella in the trap. I don't think they leave housing that much, and this isn't the species which we get in the house, so I'm not sure where it came from!