I have been very lax of late in running the trap, so it was nice to run my Robinson again in the garden on the 20th. Not a great deal to report, but I've posted some photos below:
The Mocha is a frequent visitor, mainly in the Spring and is one of my favourites.
This rather battered White-point is also relatively regular and judging by other records, I assume that they are probably breeding in our region now rather than all being migrants - anyone know?
The 44 species of macro, amongst others, included Lilac Beauty, Swallow-tailed, Clay Triple-lines, Lobster, Elephant and Small Elephant HM, Burnished Brass and Beautiful Hook-tip. Just 16 micro species noted, but Isotrias rectifasciana was a new garden tick and to complete the Chlidanotinae family, Olindia schumacherana was also present.
And finally, because I thought it looked nice, a photo of the Marasmarcha lunaedactyla.
Adam Bassett, Marlow Bottom