I think I've mentioned before that Plain Golden Y is far more common in the garden than is Beautiful Golden Y, the latter making a single annual appearance if I'm lucky while the former usually gets into double figures each year. Gypsonoma oppressana is an uncommon species but appears fairly regularly here thanks to all the local poplars. I can presumably thank one of my neighbours for the appearance of Varied Coronet, whose larvae feed on the seed-pods of Sweet-William which we don't grow. This was its first visit since 2014.
|Plain Golden Y, Westcott 7th June|
|Gypsonoma oppressana, Westcott 9th June|
|Varied Coronet, Westcott 9th June|