The MV at home was much more productive though I don't think I slept very well worrying about the risk of drowning moths! 35 species present with more brimstones than I've seen before - I stopped counting after 70...a few of those did get stuck in water but there didn't appear to be many other casualties thankfully. Other high scorers were setaceous hebrew character (19), flame shoulder (17) and small square-spot (10).
Highlights for me were gold spot, frosted orange,dusky thorn, brindled green, heart & dart, pink-barred sallow and autumnal rustic. A couple of silver Y too. A few micros: Acleris laterana/comariana, mother of pearl, brown china-mark, nettle-tap, Celypha lacunana and this chap: