Just to get things up to date, here are a few from recent days that are new for the year.
Trapping conditions remain generally dire with early stage records, and in particular Coleophora cases, keeping the home fires burning, more of which over at: http://kentmicromoths.blogspot.co.uk/
The first three were from a trip to Gloucestershire last week.
Shoulder-striped Wainscot (Mythimna comma)
The latter ones from the garden or adjacent to it on daytime/dusking searches.
Green Pug (Pasiphila rectangulata)
Coleophora binderella - reared from case on Alder
Yellow Shell (Camptogramma bilineata)
Small Fan-foot (Herminia grisealis)