The former was with the usual 6W trap plus a UV light and the security lights. Most of the moths were Cinnabar, but the 6W produced a few "new for year" with Great Oak Beauty, Beautiful Golden Y, Blotched Emerald and Toadflax Pug.
Beautiful Golden Y
Great Oak Beauty
The Open Air Museum was a 3-MV all-nighter; there were quite a number of micros taken away by Mr King, but the list has 74 species on it, plus maybe a few on Mr Payne's phone as both pens ran out!
Best of the list (i.e NFY) were Lime Hawk-moth, Maple Prominent, Green Oak Tortrix, Shoulder-striped Wainscot, Epiblema uddmanniana (Bramble Shoot Moth), Small Angle Shades, Beautiful Hook-tip, Common Footman, Tinea semifulvella, Archips xylosteana (Variegated Golden Tortrix), Pretty Chalk Carpet, Epiblema roborana, Birds Wing, Grey Arches, Bright-line Brown-eye & what we are all pretty sure is Phlyctaenia perlucidalis.