Well, all my pots have been washed out, dead flies have been removed from the MV bulb holder, and most importantly my 2015 records have been sent to the county moth recorder. All I need now is for a moth or two to make a reappearance in my garden - they have been conspicuous by their absence since Christmas.
In the meantime, I thought I would revisit some photos of a few pug species that I trapped in August 2013 but have not seen since. I know pugs can be very difficult to id just from a photo, but I am hopeful that these ones are distinctive enough for their id to be confirmed.
The first, trapped on 10th August 2013, I am fairly confident is a Bordered Pug.
The second, trapped on 7th August 2013, I have as a Narrow-winged Pug.
Finally, this pug trapped on 28th August 2013 I have recorded as an Angle-barred Pug.
Apologies for asking about pugs in January.
Steve Trigg, Cookham