I checked the first trap this morning and to my joy, clinging to the outside of the actinic my first Clifden Nonpareil. Moving on to the other trap another Clifden Nonpareil (sorry-I just like writing it). This one was desperately trying to escape the attentions of four Hornets. As soon as I unplugged the light it shot out into the wild blue yonder. Nice start to the day! In total 217 moths of 44 species. Another FFG was a single Neglected Rustic. FFY were : European Corn Borer (1) ; Flounced Chestnut (4) and Black Rustic (2). Others of note : Gold Triangle (1) ; second brood Riband Wave (2) ; August , Canary-shouldered and Dusky Thorns (all singles) ; Light Emerald (10) ; Frosted Orange (1) ; Feathered Gothic (1) ; second brood Bright-line Brown-eye (1) LYU (52) ; SHC (30) and Autumnal Rustic (1). Now to batten down the hatches until storm Helen has done her worst.