It does seem that there is never large numbers but still a good variety.
In order to identify the “Ear” moth encountered the previous evening dissection would need to be carried out so it will be registered as Ear Moth agg, a group of species that cannot be identified except by dissection, as a result all moths under this agg, were released as normal.
The mint planted last rear is attracting the odd Pyrausta aurata commonly known as a Mint Moth so planting specific plants in the wildlife garden does work.
The following moths were caught her in Fleet yesterday:-
Pyrausta aurata (1) Yellow-tail (1) Cydia splendana (1) Peppered Moth (1) Coronet (1) Small Fan-footed Wave (1) Early Thorn (1) Double Square-spot (2) Small Phoenix (1) Euzophera pinguis (1) Ear Moth agg. (2) Buff Arches (1) Chrysoteuchia culmella (3)
Update 1-Celypha striana
Update 2-possibly Eudemis profundana