Therefore, mainly typical late July moths, with the bulk of the catch being common rustics and Agriphila straminella.
However, an Agapeta zoegana was new for parish records on Wednesday morning. Today, I spent an hour netting at Westland Green and, again, Ag straminella in big numbers. shaded broad bar, latticed heath and a new for year Agriphila tristella were all I got, along with peacock, small skipper, Essex skipper, small and large white.
A single dotted wave from the trap this morning was moth number 3500 for the year.
|Latticed heath, head on|