There are a few queries from the last week below - as ever, any confirmation or suggestions would be much appreciated. First of all, a rather poorly-marked pug, which could be a Currant Pug; what I suspect might be an earlyish Chestnut (unless it's another Square-spot Rustic); an individual which turned up on two consecutive nights, looking like a Common Wave, but with the dots on the hindwing suggesting something more like a Lesser Cream Wave (except it's surely too late for that?); a presumed Acleris rhombana; a presumed male Bulrush Wainscot; and a Caloptilia species of some sort, 7-8mm long. Steve and Xander Goddard.
|Poorly-marked pug, 4/9/14|
|Possible Chestnut, 3/9/14|
|Possible Lesser Cream Wave, 5/9/14|
|Possible Acleris rhombana, 4/9/14|
|Presumed male Bulrush Wainscot, 6/9/14|
|Presumed Caloptilia sp., 4/9/14|