Pretty quiet the last couple of nights in Wolvercote, Oxon; like others', our catches have been dominated by Large Yellow Underwings, with 20+ showing up most nights, and Square-spot Rustics plus Flounced in quite large numbers. We've also had a fairly steady supply of Old Ladies (although not on the scale of last year, when our biggest catch was six) and what is presumably a second generation of Poplar Hawkmoths.
I'm hoping I've got the problem with my camera sorted out; but that doesn't guarantee especially high-quality photography. However, is the attached photo identifiable? I'm thinking possibly a Bryotropha, but at 8-9mm, perhaps too big for a domestica; possibly a terrella? Or something else entirely?
Steve and Xander Goddard