|Probable Caloptilia semifascia, Westcott|
|Figure of Eight, Westcott|
|Dusky-lemon Sallow, Westcott|
The Caloptilia will need closer inspection because its wing markings aren't quite typical of either possibility (stigmatella is common in the garden here but semifascia has only been recorded once or twice previously). Along with Angle Shades, Turnip has been a regular in the trap over the past couple of weeks and these could perhaps be migrants. Like all of the sallows still around, last night's Dusky-lemon Sallow was looking distinctly tired.
Still no sign here of Juniper Carpet or Large Wainscot, nor for that matter of the much-declined Autumn Green Carpet which I see has been confirmed from adjacent Bedfordshire - that's definitely one to keep an eye open for. However, in all probability the only garden year-list additions I'll get now are Scarce Umber and December Moth, having seen Winter Moth way back in January.