Monday night was worse - a cold night with just a single Common Flat-body Agonopterix heracliana.
Last night was the best yet, in terms of numbers and variety, though perhaps not in terms of excitement. A quick look in the early evening was promising - a Grey Shoulder-knot on the lawn, 2 Common Flat-bodies Agonopterix heracliana and 2 Common Plumes Emmelina monodactyla on the side of the shed - the plumes new for the year. But it turned out that these were the only micros - none at all in the trap come the morning.
The trap was busy though, just with common species of macro. I was surprised to count a record 7 March Moths given that we're well past their normal early March peak. The others were Shoulder Stripe, Dotted Border, 4 Small Quakers, 2 Common Quakers, 4 Clouded Drabs, 2 Twin-spotted Quakers and 15 Hebrew Characters.
Twin-spotted Quaker, North Elmham, 23rd March
Small Quaker, North Elmham, 23rd March