A quick stop at Trellech Hill Quarry on my way back from fieldwork produced a few each of Argyresthia brockeella and A. retinella on Birch, as well as A. conjugella on Rowan. Tapping these trees in June/July is a great way of seeing this genus. Sweeping a Willow trunk revealed Batrachedra praeangusta: another regular at this time of year. The tiny Ectoedemia subbimaculella came from sweeping Oak leaves. Among the Bilberries were Northern Spinach and Bilberry Pug.