Our catches in Wolvercote, Oxfordshire, since we returned from a fortnight's holiday just over a week ago have shown signs of what others have referred to as a late-summer lull, with few new species, and in fact quite numerically small catches: a distinct lack of Large Yellow Underwings, for example, although other species such as Brimstone seem to be doing well. A fair few attractive species, though, and the Gold Spot below represents a species which is by no means annual in our garden (in fact, we've only one previous record, from August 2013).
Acleris variegana, 11/8/16
Gold Spot, 13/8/16
Iron Prominent, 14/8/16
Sallow Kitten, 11/8/16
Of the photos below, the rather poor first one might be a Cydia servillana, which was about 7mm long; the second might be Juniper Pug, but looks rather faded; and the third is presumably a Willow Beauty, but seemed a rather unusually-marked individual - any thoughts on any of those three gratefully received.