Here are a few from Tuesday night - the first with almost no breeze for a couple of weeks.
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OECOPHORIDAE : Oecophorinae
A couple of shots showing detail of abdomen and hindwing
plus white marking under the eye of Spectrotrota fimbrialis (I think)
PYRALIDAE : Epipaschiinae
This has to be a Tineid - Edosa sp. maybe, because of the way
it was racing all over the sheet, typical of Tineid behaviour when they land, apparently.
Probably Stenoptilia zophodactylus (thanks, Donald)
This species of Plume Moth has a wingspan of around 1cm.