While we're not picking up the same sort of numbers as others (not sure why - it could just be that Martin Wainwright's Thrupp is a better location at this time of year than Wolvercote), we're still getting some interesting individuals: here are a couple of our own Pale Pinions (I assume - they look more like that than Tawny), and a couple of micros which looked both to be the same species, Agonopterix heracliana - only one photo posted. In both cases, we'd welcome confirmation. Steve and Xander Goddard.
|Presumed Pale Pinion 1, 9/3/14, camouflaging itself cleverly|
|Second presumed Pale Pinion, 9/3/14|
|Possible Agonopterix heracliana, 9/3/14|