Just got in from a trapping session at Wych Lodge where Mike, Robin and I ran traps. Despite a very warm night the numbers weren't huge but some nice species including five species of Sallow, namely: Sallow, Centre-barred Sallow, Pink-barred Sallow, Barred Sallow and Orange Sallow. Interestingly no Lunar Underwing, Black Rustic or Beaded Chestnut. Mike had a nice looking pyralid that will need to be looked at in the cold light of morning but is probably Dioryctria abiatella. Wych Lodge is a huge place and it could easily swallow up twenty or thirty lights. We should organise a BENHS meeting there some time.
A paler form of the Sallow
Pink-barred Sallow - has a pink face unlike the pale-faced Sallow so you could say the Sallow has a sallow complexion :-)