There were 40 micros in last night's garden trap, and some are proving a bit tricky - well, for me anyway.
Could this first one be Aethes smeathmanniana? The fw measured 7mm.
This next moth is very small, the fw measuring 4mm.
I wondered if the moth below is one of the Nematopogon longhorns? It looked different from all the caddis flies in the moth trap.
Finally, a not very good photograph of a small black moth (fw 5mm).
I am probably asking the impossible with the last one, but all help much appreciated.
Steve Trigg, Cookham