The Campion - only my second ever and another first for me in Exmouth. Every Lychnis is carefully checked for this species. This one has a lovely pinky flush to it, but even without this the Campion can be identified by the round-ended indent, pointing inwards from the leading edge, between the angled oval and kidney marks. On Lychnis this 'indent' is straight-edged because the edges of the oval and kidney don't actually meet. I haven't explained that very well but see below:
Scarlet and Jersey Tigers
Small Angle Shades - I always feel compelled to photograph this subtly gorgeous moth - a species I trap relatively frequently.