With little or not experience of light trapping and with no previous sightings to call upon its difficult to understand if this is normal when you are surrounded by concrete and I'm sure it doesnt help,or whether last years or this years weather is impacting on numbers.
Will need to call upon anothers results to try to understand the situation.
I did notice last night the perspex in the trap suffered from condensation ever before dark so one can assume the leaves would be suffering the same fate so it would be considered wet under these conditions.
So many questions isn't it great to learn as you go?
Back to the numbers here at SU799533
Common Quaker 2,Common Pug? 1 & a very pretty micro moth I believe is ERIOCRANIA subpurpurella 1
So only 4 moths but plenty of time to go
Common Quaker is definitely a regular visitor to the trap and with only small numbers,most welcome,even the worn ones.
Cant be sure about this one as it is worn but it looks like a Common Pug.