14/8/18 - An exciting night (for a change) 100 moths of 31 species, including FFY Angle Shades, FFGs Small Clouded Brindle (very late- ? an unusual second generation?) and Monopis weaverella, plus a lifetime first, a Clifden Nonpareil, blundering around in the small Actinic trap. What a magnificent moth. Setaceous Hebrew Characters (32) clearly having a good year.
9.20 pm - Just rounded up the strays from this morning - 8 more moths, 1 more species, totals now 108/32. Oh, a Bush Cricket and an Ichneumon Wasp as well - makes a change from moths, I suppose. I have to assume that they were in the traps originally, but of course they may just have come in during the day - who knows?