Well it was mild, as promised, last night, but rather blustery.
However, had two moths in the trap: Tortricodes alternella(new for year) and Agonopteix heracliana.
Perhaps the highlight was finding a female Early Moth (Theria primaria), on the blackthorn bushes just over the garden hedge. Spend hours of searching for these each winter while out walking the dog and usually only turn up two or three, so pleased to find this one last night. Always fascinated by these vestigial-winged beauties.
Only one moth to the garden last night, Dark Chestnut, but new for the year and the first moth to the stonking new 125W MV Robinson from ALS: couldn't recommend the trap or the service from Jon Clifton more highly.
Given the return to somewhat milder temperatures and prompted by seeing good numbers of moths in the car headlights this evening decided to put the trap out, glad I did as the return was a 'bumper catch' of three moths!