I was very pleased to see 3 species new to me, all micros, which I've managed to photograph.
The Caryocolum vicinella (subject to confirmation) is Nationally Scarce A and should be coastal but the masses of Sea Campion on this site provide the food plant.
We saw a dozen or more of the very smart Catoptria margaritella (foodplant moss) and a single, worn, example of the 10mm long large tort Zeiraphera griseana (foodplant conifers).
There were several smart-looking Chevron.
|35.130 Caryocolum vicinella|
|49.257 Zeiraphera griseana|
|63.100 Catoptria margaritella|
|70.090 Chevron, male|