Waste Grass-veneer Pediasia contaminella. Another new one for the garden. In fact I've only ever seen this species abroad. It has a distinctive resting posture but is pretty unremarkable in the looks department. Only present in the south of Britain, this is a localised species, so a good one to get in the garden.
Mudbank counts included c175 Mallard, 45+ Whimbrel, 1 Mediterranean Gull, 4 Common Gulls, c500+ Black-headed Gulls, the first-summer Yellow-legged Gull, 25+ Sandwich Terns, 2 Common Terns, 1 Great Crested Grebe, 69 Canada Geese, 7 Dunlin and 2 Ringed Plovers.
Portland Ribbon Wave. One of two trapped last night and a species that's gone from rarity to relatively common in a short space of time.
Inlaid Grass-veneer Crambus pascuella.
Apple Leaf Miner Lyonetia clerkella. Tried but failed to get a decent image of this 'speck'.