The day started well with no less than 3 FFG micros netted during the day : Micropterix tunbergella ; Cauchas fibulella and Phyllonorycter harrisella. Also hand netted were ; Micropterix aruncella ; Nemaphora degeerella ; a possible Cork Moth (tbc) and 6 Cocksfoot Moths. - - - Now for the nights trapping. 231 moths of 70 species - with a couple of micros still to determine. FFY : Bryotropha terrella ; Rusty-dot Pearl ; Udea olivaris (2) ; Eudonia angustea ; Eudonia pallida ; Small Dusty Wave ; Satin Wave (2) ; Purple Bar ; Sharp-angled Peacock ; White-pinion Spotted ; Light Emerald ; Straw Dot (5) ; Mottled Rustic ; Marbled Minor agg. ; Engrailed Clay (2) and LYU (2). Others of note : Poplar, Privet (2) and Small Elephant (4) Hawk Moths ; Pebble Prominent (3) ; Pale Prominent ; Pale Tussock (11) ; White Ermine (14) ; Bright-line Brown-eye (6) and Shoulder-striped Wainscot (19).