An excellent couple of weeks trapping at the project plot. A work in progress but here is the updated I-Naturalist project HERE. I've added over 230 records which are mostly single examples of the different species we had (was getting over 200 moths of 50 or so species a night). The project moth list is now over 300 species and hopefully there will be some rare ones in there yet to identify. Thanks again to Stephen & Co from the Bulgarian moth I-naturalist community for all the invaluable help in getting these identified.
Here's a selection of some of the species we had. A mix of the familiar from back home, particularly migrant species and plenty of new ones. The main focus here is on migration (birds and leps) and not sure on what are considered migrant moth species in the region. Plenty of Scarce Bordered Straws, Silver-Ys, Rush Veneers, some Rusty-dot Pearls and Diamond-back moths, Convolvulus Hawks, lots of Small Mottled Willows, single Beautiful Marbled, Scarce Oak Knot-horns and other species we consider as migrants in the UK. The full species list can be found on the I-Naturalist Project HERE