Having helped out at an RSPB sleepout in Wytham Woods on Saturday, where most of the moth traps were infested with Hornets (but also had some quite good moths in - my favourite was an Olive, a species I've not seen before), I wasn't altogether surprised to have three of them buzzing around the trap on Sunday night. They're fairly amiable creatures, so I wasn't terribly worried. Otherwise, recent catches here in Wolvercote, Oxon., have been pretty standard - we were pleased to have a Lime-speck Pug on 5th August, a pleasingly identifiable species which we don't seem to be guaranteed of every year. More recently, we had either a Toadflax or a Foxglove Pug on 10th August - its size seems to indicate the former, but its markings closer to the latter; and we've not been able to reach a conclusion on the third species, a micro from 5th August - it's an Acleris, but I've not decided which. Any help with those latter two very much appreciated!