Langmaid's Yellow Underwing, 3rd Somerset record. I found the moth dead at the base of the trap, and had it been alive I would probably have passed it over as Lesser Broad-bordered. Are others occurring in the county undetected?
Lesser-spotted Pinion, new 10km square, likely to be breeding on the wych elm in the wood. I deliberately targeted this species, placing the traps under stands of its foodplant, but only caught a single individual. Perhaps it is reluctant to come to actinic light.
Agriphila selasella. The trap was awash in grass moths. There were 12 of these amongst its more common cousins. I have only ever caught this species as single moths before.
Evergestis pallidata, 4 of these pyralids which like damp, open woodland.