A number of traps were run, and the results were interesting, exciting and in one case down right surprising. These included Scarce Silver-lines, Waved Black, Ear Moth, July Highflyer, Dusky Sallow, Lesser Cream Wave. There were 10+ Oncocera semirubella - some really fresh. Dot Moth.
One which I am pretty sure is Pempelia genistella is a new one to me - and described as rather local but I guess if you trap on the edge of heathland.....
The surprise was a Six-belted Clearwing which I found crawling on the sheet by the trap. It must have been sleeping on some nearby Trefoil and we disturbed it!
Probable Pempelia genistella