Around 45 of these were micros. There was one migrant of note - Small Mottled Willow. Clay Triple Lines was an unexpected find and a very fresh Recurvaria leucatella was worth a photo.
|Small Mottled Willow|
A week or so ago I found an intriguing folded Honeysuckle leaf which held a small tortrix larva. This emerged the other day as Acleris Forsskaleana. The food plant is usually Acer family trees so I imagine this one was blown or knocked off a nearby maple and ended up pupating where it landed in the Honeysuckle.