Only 22 moths attracted to the garden moth trap last night, but quite a variety with 16 different species. New for the year were Poplar Hawk-moth, Marbled Minor agg., Pale Prominent, Small Waved Umber, Treble Lines, Light Brocade and Rustic Shoulder-knot, while a completely new moth for my garden list was Least Black Arches, shown below.
There was also a tiny micro, fw about 3.5mm, which has a sort of fluffy appearance - see photo below. Any suggestions as to what it is?
Finally, the moth below (found indoors, fw 5mm) I think is Mompha subbistrigella.
Steve Trigg, Cookham