Moths 22, species 14 including FFY Red-line Quaker - yes, Quaker season is here:
Rustics: Square-spot (4), Autumnal (2), Flounced, Black and Rosy one of each, and this moth which I confess has me puzzled. It doesn't ring any bells with me, but apart from the wavy cross-lines and the overall greenish hue there isn't a lot to go on:
I'm really hoping that someone will recognise it!!
Update (after more thought). The closest I can get from published images is Nutmeg (Discestra trifolii), which has a broad dark border to the underwings:
Further update: online advice suggests that the moth is a Scarce Bordered Straw, looks good from the images I've found, I'm happy with that, a new one for me.