Apart from these three nights, most of the mothing has been by day.
Up at Haddon Hill on 23/06: Lead-Coloured Pug (2), Orthotaenia undulana (6), Catoptria margaritella (1), Bilberry Tortrix (8), Psyche casta larva (1), Olethreutes arcuella (1), Common Heath (2), Argyresthia brockeela (1), Smoky Wave (12), Cydia ulicetana (1), 4-Dotted Footman (1), Argyresthia retinella (3).
On some fantastic grassland by the West Somerset railway near Watchet (ST056426) on 24/06, highlights were Dichrorampha sequana (1), Pyrausta despicata (2), Aethes tessarana (3), Homeosomona sinuella (1), Delplanqueia dilutella (2), Endothenia nigricostana (2), Elachista subocellea (1), and Dowdy Plume. Some of these seem to be real rarities in VC5 - a testament to what a great spot this is, as are the nearby slumped cliffs, with Little Thorn and Narrow-Bordered Bee Hawk by day. It'd be really worth doing some trapping to see what turns up, though sadly I don't have any kind of mobile set-up, if anyone does, I'd be very interested!
Today, a single Six-Belted Clearwing to a lure in a nice meadow near Hoccombe, and then more luck with the Clearwing lures at Ash Priors Common, with 3 Red-Belted, 3 Orange-Tailed, 1 Yellow-Legged and 1 Red-Tipped! The latter two look to be the second modern VC5 records. Surprisingly, no Six-Belted here but perhaps a bit late in the day and windy when I tried.