Numbers are down in our garden in Wolvercote, Oxon (though 223 individuals of 53 species on the 5th wasn't bad), but a couple of lifers over the last couple of days have kept the interest up: Tawny-barred Angle showed up on the 5th, and Oblique Carpet on the 6th - the latter perhaps fitting with Marc's observations about wetland species, although as we're on the northern edge of Port Meadow, near a few smallish lakes, we're maybe not that far from wetland habitats.
Oblique Carpet, 6/8/14
Tawny-barred Angle, 5/8/14
We also had on the 4th what I think must be a male Bulrush Wainscot (to go with the female we had on 25th July) and on the 5th a presumed Tawny Speckled Pug.
Presumed male Bulrush Wainscot, 4/8/14
Presumed Tawny Speckled Pug, 5/8/14
And the micro below, from 6th August, looks, from the Micro Bible, like a Cochylis molliculana, which would also be a lifer (one of those species spreading into the country from the south, apparently). As ever, confirmation of these would be much appreciated - I'm about to post a few others we're not very sure of. Steve and Xander Goddard.