Broad-barred Midget Phyllonorycter froelichiella (female), Beetley Common, 9th June
Brindled Argent Argyresthia curvella (female), Beetley Common, 9th June
The others were Oak Carl Tischeria ekebladella, 3 Cork Moths Nemapogon cloacella, White-speckled Clothes Moth Nemapogon koenigi, 25 Common Nettle-taps Anthophila fabriciana, Grey-streaked Smudge Plutella porrectella, Hedge Case-bearer Coleophora striatipennella, Hook-marked Straw Moth Agapeta hamana, 3 Privet Tortrixes Clepsis consimilana, Green Oak Tortrix Tortrix viridana, 14 Common Marbles Celypha lacunana, Garden Grass-veneer Chrysoteuchia culmella, Fenland Pearl Anania perlucidalis, Brown Plume Stenoptilia pterodactyla, Gold Swift, 4 Brown Silver-lines and 2 Straw Dots.
Hedge Case-bearer Coleophora striatipennella (male, gen det), Beetley Common, 9th June
There were lots of caddisflies displaying around the lakeside willows. Some, if not all, of them were Mystacides longicornis.
Mystacides longicornis (male), Beetley Common, 9th June
This shieldbug appears to be a final instar Forest Bug (aka Red-legged Shieldbug).
final instar Forest Bug (Red-legged Shieldbug), Beetley Common, 9th June
This Banded Demoiselle was among the dragonflies.
Banded Demoiselle, Beetley Common, 9th June
Among the moths at home that night, Small Yellow Wave, 2 Heart and Clubs and Tawny Marbled Minor were new species for the year.
Small Yellow Wave, North Elmham, 9th June
Heart and Club, North Elmham, 9th June
Tawny Marbled Minor (male, gen det), North Elmham, 9th June
Other moths in the trap were Brindled Flat-body Agonopterix arenella, 2 London Dowds Blastobasis lacticolella, Light Brown Apple Moth Epiphyas postvittana, 2 Barred Marbles Celypha striana, 10 Common Marbles Celypha lacunana, 2 Triple-blotched Bells Notocelia trimaculana, Garden Grass-veneer Chrysoteuchia culmella, Hook-streaked Grass-Veneer Crambus lathoniellus, 3 Common Greys Scoparia ambigualis, Little Grey Eudonia lacustrata, 2 Small Magpies Anania hortulata, 2 Treble Brown Spots, 3 Silver-ground Carpets, Barred Straw, Sharp-angled Carpet, 4 Common Pugs, 2 Clouded Borders, Light Emerald, 2 Elephant Hawk-moths, 2 White Ermines, 9 Buff Ermines, 4 Ingrailed Clays, Small Square-spot, 2 Brown Rustics, Middle-barred Minor, 2 Treble Lines, 2 Mottled Rustics, 6 Straw Dots and Snout.
Beetles were represented by Aphodius rufipes (new for the year) and Cantharis rufa.
Aphodius rufipes, North Elmham, 9th June