I have managed two new for county species though, so quality over quantity perhaps - Viburnum Beetle, Pyrrhalta viburni, and Mydaea nebulosa are both unrecorded from VC85. The beetle is about the north of its range, though that seems to be moving. The fly seems very scattered in distribution and I couldn't discern anything about its preferences from the books.
The moth trap has had decent numbers of moths on warmer nights but mostly nothing new, and last night there were more flies than moths - single digits of both. Temperature must have dropped off a bit. Again nothing new although I did put something in a pot in a bleary-eyed just-woke-up sort of way and it may turn out to be an addition.
|1172||fungus||Pluteus cervinus||Deer Shield|
|1173||diptera||Eristalis horticola||A hover fly|
|1175||lep-moth||Apamea lithoxylaea||Light Arches|
|1176||coleoptera||Pyrrhalta viburni||Viburnum Beetle|
|1177||flowering plant||Solidago canadensis||Canadian Goldenrod|
|1178||lep-moth||Pandemis heparana||Dark Fruit-tree Tortrix|
|1179||diptera||Mydaea nebulosa||A muscid fly|
|1180||fungus||Inocybe geophylla||A fibrecap mushroom|