Well, there were 10 FFYs, including some very pretty ones! Maybe this is not a particularly scientific method of determining the merit of the endeavour, but it will do to be going on with, I think.
In no particular order the FFYs were Chinese Character, Common Carpet, White-spotted Pug, Knot Grass, plus:
4 FFY micro-species were also present; Syndemis musculana, Epinotia immundana, Epiblema scutulana and what I think is Monochroa tenebrella. The moth was 5 - 5.5mm overall length, has white tips to the antennae and was in a grove next to a meadow with ample Sheep's Sorrel.
Please tell me if I've got this one wrong - my reputation as the least competent micro-mother in Carms is renowned and entirely justified!