Sulphur Tubic Esperia sulphurella, North Elmham, 22nd May
In the trap the following were all new for the year for the garden: Black-headed Conch Cochylis atricapitana, Flame Carpet, Scorched Wing, Iron Prominent, Small Square-spot and Knot Grass.
Black-headed Conch Cochylis atricapitana, North Elmham, 22nd May
Flame Carpet, North Elmham, 22nd May
Scorched Wing, North Elmham, 22nd May
Iron Prominent, North Elmham, 22nd May
Knot Grass, North Elmham, 22nd May
Small Square-spot, North Elmham, 22nd May
Other moths were Sloe Flat-body Luquetia lobella (possibly the same one as before as I'd only released it earlier that morning), Light Brown Apple Moth Epiphyas postvittana, 2 Narrow-winged Greys Eudonia angustea, Bee Moth Aphomia sociella, 2 Red Twin-spot Carpets, Silver-ground Carpet, 4 Green Carpets, 2 Sandy Carpets, Mottled Pug, 5 Common Pugs, 2 Brimstone Moths, Waved Umber, Eyed Hawkmoth, 2 Pale Tussocks, Orange Footman, 2 White Ermines, Buff Ermine, Cinnabar, Least Black Arches, Flame Shoulder, 2 Hebrew Characters, Treble Lines and Spectacle.
Pale Tussock, North Elmham, 22nd May
Caddisflies comprised Hydropsyche pellucidula, 2 Glyphotaelius pellucidus, Limnephilus auricula and Limnephilus sparsus.
Hydropsyche pellucida, North Elmham, 22nd May
Limnephilus sparsus, North Elmham, 22nd May
After Sunday the weather worsened and this week has been poorer, though not without interest. Monday night didn't add any new moths for the year, but produced Foxglove Pug, Flame Carpet, Silver-ground Carpet, 2 Common Pugs, 3 Muslin Moths, Shuttle-shaped Dart, Flame Shoulder, 2 Hebrew Characters and Nut-tree Tussock.
Foxglove Pug, North Elmham, 22nd May