By this time last year I had trapped 71 species; here is this year's list. (red shows a new moth for me)
dark chestnut, winter moth, pale brindled beauty, grey shoulder knot, march moth, early moth, red chestnut, chestnut, common quaker, oak beauty (10 sp) hebrew character, shoulder stripe, twin spotted quaker, clouded drab, spring usher, dotted border, satellite, herald, early grey, brindled pug, (20 sp) oak tree pug, grey pug, small brindled beauty, early thorn, streamer, engrailled, common swift, garden carpet, white spotted pug, scorched carpet (30 sp), brimstone, waved umber, poplar hawkmoth, latticed heath, pebble prominent, lesser swallow prominent, pale tussock, heart and dart grey/dark dagger.
A total of 39 species indeed highlights the chronic weather conditions.
|grey shoulder knot|