I have been recording moths from my garden in Harwell village, Oxon, for the last 4 years or so, mainly using a home-made Skinner-type trap (MV light). While the numbers I trap are not high I do get a diversity of species. This morning I found this magnificent moth in my light box, along with about 30 other moths. I see that a Nonpareil was also recorded recently in nearby Didcot, but as you will see from the photo this one is in better condition (although a bit worn on the head) Unusually about half of the other moths were Black Rustics (14), although I have only seen singles of these previously. As expected others included Lunar Underwing (6), Setaceous Hebrew Character (3), Beaded Chestnut (2). The only micro was Eudonia angustea.