For the first time in about three weeks I was able to set the heath traps out again, and they certainly produced a good number of moths. I had over 110 moths in one trap, most of which were Lunar Underwings. There were also a few new moths which included my first Red-line Quakers of the autumn, a lovely Green-brindled Crescent, a Turnip Moth and a migrant Dark Sword-grass. The first Blair's Shoulder-knot for Bardsey was trapped in the observatory MV trap.
Turnip Moth and Dark Sword-grass
Caloptilia stigmatella- 12 in the moth trap is a record catch for the island