Lesser-spotted Pinion reared from larvae on wych elm, Tucking Mill and University of Bath - also Dun-bar and Svensson's Copper Underwing at the former site. I found the usual Copper Underwing larvae in early summer in Holcombe Wood, which was nice for comparative purposes, though the Svensson's had gone to ground by this time.
Small Eggar nest at Wall Common, 6 June.
I'm not sure if Coleophora limosipennella is having a good year or whether I have just worked out how to find the cases; this is a moth I have not come across before. Blatchbridge, 22 May; Farleigh Hungerford, 6 June; Lytes Cary, 15 July.
Roeslerstammella erxlebella by day, Bushey Norwood (Bath), 18 July.
A tortrix that had the look of Acleris effractana, Witham Friary, 22 July. I think the moth would be new to Somerset, but I have neither specimen nor photo... One to follow up.
A wander across the Levels on 2 August, from east of Glastonbury to Woolavington, was mainly to look for dragonflies, but provided plenty of moth interest. Just north of Glastonbury, a psychedelic, vigorously-fluttering apparition eventually proved to be a day-flying Gold Spot when it stopped briefly to nectar on purple loosestrife. A couple of Jersey Tigers were feeding nearby on hemp-agrimony (this species has not yet reached east Mendip). The mines of Phyllocnistis saligna could be found pretty much everywhere on willows.
Bucculatrix albedinella amongst good numbers of the commoner elm-feeding leaf-miners at Rudge, east of Beckington, at just about the most easterly point in Somerset.