|Red-line Quaker (Agrochola lota)|
|Yellow-line Quaker (Agrochola macilenta)|
|Red-green Carpet (Chlorocylsta siterata)|
|Dark Chestnut (Conistra ligula)|
The Dark Chestnut (Conistra ligula) is not a definite identification – it seems the most likely but awaits confirmation. The November moths (Epirrita) are similar. There are four species (Pale November, Autumnal, Small Autumnal and November) and the one that was attracted to the light would seem to be Epirrita dilutata – its rivulets (Epirrita) certainly look pale and washed out (dilutata) – hopefully Dave Chesmore will agree it is, at least, a member of the November moth family.
So, with these five species, three pretty certain, one reasonably certain and one from a family that hasn’t appeared at all (Epirrita), that could take the species list to 250 or 251. We’ll have to wait and see.