I'm going to focus on various Tortricidae from the garden, and including some ticks. In no particular order. First up, a couple of non-descript looking Torts that were confirmed via gen det courtesy of Andy Mackay:
Grapholita tenebrosana - 12/07/2021 - a full blown tick for me
Grapholita funebrana - 13/07/2021, previous records in 2017 & 2018
Oddly enough, I've had neither of these to the pheromone lures that seem to have attracted them for others (SKI & MOL). Unlike the following two; whilst these were never really in doubt, they have been confirmed by gen det too:
Pammene suspectana to MOL - 29/05/2021
Grapholita lobarzewskii to SKI - 13/06/2021
And this one too:
Dichrorampha vancouverana - 01/07/2021
The following was new for the garden, though I didn't realise until after it had been dismissed with the rest of the catch so only this quick snap.
Eucosma hohenwartiana - 16/07/2021
Also new for the garden, though not a classic specimen!
Variegated Golden Tortrix - 12/07/2021
None of the following were new, though only single records for each:
Gypsonoma oppressana - 17/07/2021 (one previous record 2013)
Cydia fagiglandana - 17/07/2021 (one previous record 2020)
Acleris kochiella - 22/07/2021 (one previous record 2011)
The following will be new for the garden when confirmed - pending gen det:
Dichrorampha sp. (alpinana / flavidorsana) - 17/07/2021
D. flavidorsana would be a full tick for me
Endothenia sp. (pres. gentianeana) - 22/07/2021
And to round up the Tortrix overload, none of the following are 'special', except that they are Tortricids which are perhaps my favourite moth group.
Finally sticking with the Tortrix theme, the Epinotia spp. that I netted a couple of weeks ago were confirmed as Epinotia tedella and Epinotia nanana by gen det.
Tortrix is derived from the Latin tortus, meaning twist - alluding to the leaf-rolling habits of many of these species.