Last night (6th September) felt as though it should have been more productive here in Wolvercote, Oxfordshire, judging by the temperature, but still 50 species and not far off 200 individuals doesn't feel too bad. Lesser Treble-bar continued its decent run, with fifteen recorded (can't seem to find a Treble-bar among them, though), and we had a possible new record for the garden in the form of the moth below, which we think may be a Clay Triple-lines: a bit faded, and the spots on the hindwing aren't that apparent, but the markings otherwise look right, and the forewing is reasonably hooked; at about 14mm, the forewing length looks about right, too. Does that seem to add up?
Possible Clay Triple-lines, 6/9/16
A couple of micros gave us a bit of trouble, too: the first seems a little Agriphila selasella, but maybe not exactly right - is it, in fact, the much-more-common-this-year tristella?
Possible Agriphila selasella, 6/9/16
And the individual below looks like a Eudonia pallida, and is about the right size at 8mm, but could just be some other species rather badly faded?