We're still putting out the trap, with actinic bulbs, on promising-looking nights here in Wolvercote, Oxon., though the season must now be drawing to a close. Catches are small, but some interesting individuals, including a spruce-looking Heart and Dart (that is what it is, isn't it?) on 18th October, which feels very late for it; and what I think is a Tachystola acroxantha (as reported below by Dave Wilton) from the same date. I've also stuck in a couple of shots of a rather poorly-marked individual - maybe a faint Yellow-line Quaker? Any suggestions would be very welcome. Steve and Xander Goddard.