Around 60 species recorded with at least 12 to add to the year list which now stands at 226.
Blood-vein - 2nd Cromwell record this year of this scarce Calderdale moth
Haworth's Minor - a strange record as they usually prefer moorland with cotton-grass and sedges
Chevron x 3
Birch Marble (Apotomis betuletana) - one of the many "bird-dropping" micros
Rush Marble (Bactra lancealana)
Sallow Kitten x 2
Sallow x 2 - First of the autumn
Least Yellow Underwing - the fifth species of Yellow Underwing this year
Six-striped Rustic x 3
Lime-speck Pug - my moth of the night demonstrating that not all pugs are worn and hard to ID
One of two Pale Prominents - the classic "dead twig" moth
Antler Moths becoming quite common now, this one was in the cabin!
Angle-striped Sallow - One of five of this northern speciality
Small Square-spot - a small pinkish noctuid
This Canary-shouldered Thorn kept me company for most of the night so I couldn't resist a photo
One of several Small China-marks of both sexes made an appearance. Possibly coming from the nearby wheel-wash ponds
This Small Birch Bell (Epinotia ramella) was netted before the lights went on - one of twelve new species for me on the night.
Last but not least this False Cacao Moth (Ephestia woodiella) was in the trap just before dawn. It's a VC 63 first and only the second county record.