Grass Rivulet - 674th garden and 315th macro species
There is also another potential garden macro tick, I'm fairly confident but I'm awaiting the thoughts of others about this one - a putative Hoary Footman. This species has moved into the county in the last couple of years and has been spreading pretty rapidly. (post-script - confirmed as Hoary Footman via gen. det.)
Scarce Footman left (straw yellow hindwing) / Hoary Footman right (off-white hindwing)
Other highlights were the second Privet Hawk for the garden, fourth Anania perlucidalis, Sycamore, 3x Miller, several Coronets and these ....
Stathmopoda pedella - 3rd garden record
Love the daft legs-akimbo pose of this moth. Thought it was out the picture after a neighbour cut down the only large alder tree in the vicinity.
Dark Umber - less than annual
Always seem to be knackered by the time they end up in my garden traps!
And here's a couple for the sake of it.
Batrachedra praeangusta - I like these, slightly quirky
Hypsopygia glaucinalis - another name change to get used to
And whilst I'm at it, here's a couple from a breif but very enjoyable session with a sheet and trap at Misterton Marsh on Monday evening with Adrian Russell and Graham Finch.