A surprise this morning, a Pine Hawkmoth. Other than a really small scots pine in a neighbour's garden I didn't think there were any pines around here. A very nice find.
The next moth a bit of a contrast in size - I think it's Stathmopoda pedella - sorry for now measure, I didn't even manage to get it into a tube.
Then a second generation Early Thorn.
Sorry again no measure but is this yet another form of the Marbled Minor agg.?
Next Catoptria falsella?
Finally I thought it might be a worn Spruce Carpet - with more jagged edges to the central banding.
Mark Griffiths, Garsington, Oxford.