Back at Llanelli, there were no rarities, but I was pleased to get four leopard moths (again Messrs Ruttle and Bosanquet beat me here, with 6 and 8 seen respectively!). Other interest was provided by `wanderers` that is, moths dispersing more widely in the hot and humid conditions from local habitats or possibly farther afield. However, a single lesser wax moth probably did n`t fit that category as it almost certainly came from bee hives sited in adjacent woodland.
I hinted at Sam`s success with regard to rare moths earlier. I suggest that you read his blog at: