On the micro-moth front, it was a pretty good day. Firstly, I've just dug out this Agonopterix sp. from the fridge from a couple of days ago. I'm thinking that this could be A. conterminella-what do people think?
I found this Batia lambdella near the obs, which is the sixth for the island...
A new one for me was this Thistle Ermine, and is only the second for the island.
Mirificarma mulinella-this was a first for Bardsey last year, but I have since seen quite a lot, with two today
I found this Monochroa cytisella on the mountain this afternoon, which has never been recorded on Bardsey before, even though its foodplant is Bracken
I would like to know if anyone else agrees with this being Eana penziana, as it hasn't been recorded here since 1966, when it was the first for Carnarvonshire. Its also apparently Nationally scarce