I've been away on holiday and have come back to find that my garden mothing has certainly gone down a gear: whilst my garden is never big on numbers the last few nights I've barely caught 20 moths. Still I'm working away with what I got and subject to confirmation on some of the ID's below I've finally managed to reach 300 on my garden moth list - far from the giddy heights of Dave Wilton's 800+ total but I've pleased to have achieved this milestone.
One of the factors that may be contributing to my low counts is our new kitten which is going through that phase of chasing moths and butterflies. As she can now go out at night she hangs around the moth trap picking off the moths as they arrive. On a couple of recent occasions she's brought in a Large Yellow Underwing which is usual beyond rescuing by this point.
On the ID front I've got a couple: the first I think is Acleris Laterana judging by the pointed apex and slight concave feel to the termen. The second when I first saw it I thought was a Red Underwing but the kitten started nosing around the egg cartons and it flew off. However on closer inspection of the photograph the next day the strong double-pointed outer central crossband looks to be spot on for Rosy Underwing which I think would be quite a rarity though I know that the rarity status of moths can change rather quickly.