The following 28 species have visited the garden lights since the night of 16th November: Caloptilia semifascia, Agonopterix arenella, Mompha epilobiella, Mompha subbistrigella, Blastobasis lacticolella, Acleris sparsana, Acleris ferrugana/notana, Acleris schalleriana, Acleris hastiana, Epiphyas postvittana, Udea ferrugalis, Emmelina monodactyla, December Moth, Red-green Carpet, Spruce Carpet, Cypress Carpet, Winter Moth, November Moth agg., Feathered Thorn, Mottled Umber, Scarce Umber, Dark Sword-grass, Sprawler, Satellite, Chestnut, Red-line Quaker, Yellow-line Quaker & Brick. That seems like quite a reasonable return for the second half of November, producing two more species than in the first half of the month, and a couple of migrants were thrown in for good measure (Udea ferrugalis on 19th & 20th and a rather poorly-marked Dark Sword-grass on the 22nd).
|Udea ferrugalis, Westcott 19th November|
|Dark Sword-grass, Westcott 22nd November|
|Caloptilia semifascia, Westcott 20th November|
|Acleris ferrugana/notana, Westcott 20th November|
|Cypress Carpet, Westcott 22nd November|
|Chrysolina oricalcia, Westcott 20th November|