Yesterday evening I set the trap up at approximately 5pm, now that the clocks have done their thing the evenings are noticeably darker but on the positive side they are significantly warmer than they were this time last week.
With a minimum of 8 degrees last night and a blanket of cloud cover it was certainly worth trapping even if it was for only 16 moths and five of those were Epiphyas postvittana's! These little adventist devils go one for weeks seemingly.
Best moth of the night was a year first and a regular species in the garden, the Sprawler.
Other interests was another Brick (Doing very well this year after a lot of absense years since 2010) and a migrant Silver-Y.
Catch Report - 26/10/15 - Back Garden - Stevenage - 1x 125w MV Robinson Trap
1x Sprawler [NFY]
2x Yellow-line Quaker
2x Green-brindled Crescent
2x November moth sp
1x Setaceous Hebrew Character
1x Common Marbled Carpet
5x Epiphyas postvittana