Below are the photographic highlights......
Again would appreciate corrections and i.d. help
Acrobasis advenella - New micro for the garden
Diamond backed Moth - at last a photo of one after many escapees. I don't think I've come across another moth that doesn't sit still for a second.
In the book this looks more like an Apple Ermine - however there are no records for V49. However, Spindle Ermine is very similar so I presume it's one of these.Saying that there's only three records in the atlas of that! Am I missing something?
My forst Fanfoot of the year.
Is this a Narrow winged Pug?
A new one for the garden - a worn Two-barred Angle :-)
One of three True Lover's Knot
It's amazing how pond intertibrates turn up in the trap, especially as I'm not aware of a garden pond on our street. Water boatman has been regular over the past few weeks but this is the first Diving Beetle that I have come accross - cracking little character.