Among the very bedraggled Clouded Drabs there were a few more interesting moths including my first Cabbage moth (photos 2 and 3) and first Coronet of the year. I assume the rather grainy photo 3 shows the spine on the tibia of the Cabbage moth.
I'm sure the specimen in photo 1 is too far gone for identification but just for future reference I wondered why the twin-spot carpet needs verification on the moth recording spread-sheet and is not included in the GMS records. The moth book does not suggest it should be particularly challenging to identify given a decent specimen. Again I assume the specimen in photo 4 is too worn for identification.
Andy Newbold, Sibford Ferris' Oxon