Clouded Drab - a new, and rather attractive, colour form for me.
A much improved catch last night with the following recorded: 1 Willow Beauty, 1 Swallow Prominent, 1 Broken-barred Carpet, 2 Brimstone Moth, 1 Bright-line Brown-eye, 2 Light Brown Apple Moth, 2 Narrow-winged Grey (Eudonia angustea), 3 Rusty Dot Pearl, 1 Vine's Rustic, 2 Common Pug, 1 Pebble Prominent, 1 Clouded Drab, 1 Twenty-plume Moth, 2 Heart and Dart, 1 Least Black Arches, 1 Yellow-faced Bell (Notocelia cynosbatella), 1 Muslin Moth, 5 Flame Shoulder, 1 Common Quaker, 1 Swan-feather Dwarf (Elachista argentella), 1 Yellow-barred Brindle, 1 Shuttle-shaped Dart, 4 Treble Lines, 1 Marbled Minor agg, 1 Brindled Pug, 1 Setaceous Hebrew Character, 1 Double-striped Pug, 1 Dark-barred Tortrix (Syndemis musculana), 1 Ruddy Carpet, 1 Spectacle, 1 Waved Umber and 1 Purple Bar.
Not great on the bird-front - a first-summer Mediterranean Gull and c20+ Black-headed Gull were pretty much the only entries in the notebook.
Setaceous Hebrew Character
Treble Lines showing two different colour forms, with the typical cream form on the left. Don't think I've come across the rufous variant before.
Dark-barred Tortrix Syndemis musculana
Heart and Dart
Marbled Minor agg
Swan-feather Dwarf Elachista argentella