Nothing particularly exciting, except for me! I had my first ever Pine Hawkmoth, a species I wasn't hopeful of getting due to the lack of large conifer tracts here.
I also had another 'common' species for the first time - Agapeta hamana is extremely regular, but Agapeta zoegana put in an appearance.
Another first was actually five moths. One I have probably overlooked in the past as I have lots of wild marjoram here, Thiotricha subocellea. It took a while to work out, as it didn't seem to be in the right family!
A probable fourth first and another common species, was Stenoptilia pterodactyla. The photo isn't great and I couldn't obviously see any white costal cilia, but the colour and everything else looks ok - any comments?
And finally, a photo of an Oak Nycteoline for Steve!