The garden trap yielded new for year:
plus more Agnopterix heracliana
Trunk searching in King's Wood, Challock, gave good numbers of Taleporia tubulosa cases (see below): these are very well camouflaged, but their preference for the smooth bark of Beech trees makes the task less difficult. Also found a few Coleophora sp. cases in crevices on Beech trees.
Also searching on Broom showed that Agonopterix assimilella larvae are very plentiful right now. The larvae feed from the safety of a larval spinning and are pretty easy to locate.