I also potted up and finally made the effort to ID one of those nasty looking Ophion things that I have an irrational loathing for (one of several mothing villains that I really would prefer was not in the trap). Didn't manage to get a photo as it would not sit still and I didn't want to get too close to it, but it was Ophion ventricosus - one of the bigger and uglier species. See here for someone elses photo.
This evening whilst out on the bike (trying to make this a daily event, not quite there yet) I stopped to look for a few leaf mines. Basically I'm rubbish at doing leaf mines, and it's something I really ought to make some effort with this year. I did find one or two more Bedelia somnulentella mines, plus a couple on hawthorn, sallow, field maple and oak to mull over in conjunction with the excellent leaf mines website.
The only other thing I did this evening, finally, was get a positive ID on the local bats. I acquired a heterodyne bat detector at the birdfair (I only bought non-birdy things), but as sods-law dictates the local bats which patrol over the close and garden for 10 - 15 minutes every evening have been complete no-shows ever since. Tonight though I did get one, giving the distinctive sound of Common Pipestrelle at 45kHz (sounds like an old analogue synth I used to have doing a resonant bass flippy-flappy high-tempo random arpeggio).
Traps are out again tonight and I'll post a proper summary tomorrow evening. Expect there will be a few more of these: