Not a million miles away from 1700 now, should get there within a week I should think. Looks like moths are doing rather better this year than I thought they might, with 401 species already recorded, still very few migrant moths though. A quick year end estimation suggests that 1900 species should be on the cards, but 2000 might be difficult. Could depend on how many new diptera are sitting in the freezer awaiting identification.
A few random photos:
|Evergestis extimilis, a migrant/wandered from elsewhere|
|Acrobasis suavella (Thicket Longhorn), a lifer|
|Aleiodes praetor, a rare braconid wasp|