4355 of 26 sp.
0461 Ypsolopha ustella 1
0663 Diurnea fagella 51025 Tortricodes alternella 138
1044x Acleris ferrugana/notana 4
1054 Acleris cristana 2
1659 Yellow Horned (Achlya flavicornis galbanus) 3991663 March Moth (Alsophila aescularia) 43
1746 Shoulder Stripe (Anticlea badiata) 67
1852 Brindled Pug (Eupithecia abbreviata) 3
1925 Small Brindled Beauty (Apocheima hispidaria) 1491926 Pale Brindled Beauty (Phigalia pilosaria) 7
1930 Oak Beauty (Biston strataria) 141932 Spring Usher (Agriopis leucophaearia) 1
1934 Dotted Border (Agriopis marginaria) 11
1947 Engrailed (Ectropis bistortata) 48
2139 Red Chestnut (Cerastis rubricosa) 1
2179 Pine Beauty (Panolis flammea) 1
2182 Small Quaker (Orthosia cruda) 28932187 Common Quaker (Orthosia cerasi) 284
2188 Clouded Drab (Orthosia incerta) 135
2189 Twin-spotted Quaker (Orthosia munda) 45
2190 Hebrew Character (Orthosia gothica) 66
2237 Grey Shoulder-knot (Lithophane ornitopus lactipennis) 1
2243 Early Grey (Xylocampa areola) 22256 Satellite (Eupsilia transversa) 2
2258 Chestnut (Conistra vaccinii) 33
Most of the above are yearticks of course (blue text). Small Brindled Beauty is still scarce in VC55, and is pretty much confined to decent woodland over in the far east (at least as far as current records show). Whilst it is to be expected at Pickworth, these number are complete unprecedented with the previous highest total from there being 39.
Small Brindled Beauties
Small Quaker (1 of 2893!)
Common Quaker ab. confluens
This aberrant form has the orbicular and reniform stigma conjoined
Or, if you are puerile like me, it looks like someone has drawn a comedy penis on it.
Aside from the moths, I also noted a couple of large beetles which looked interesting. Same size, shape and jizz to 'Violet Ground Beetle' but clearly different.