I went this morning to a Suffolk Wildlife Trust Meeting where they had set-up a Moth trap the previous evening. By the use of a book and with my failing memory I was able to identify the greater majority of the species. Those I could not identify are photographed below. Could someone please help me? I am new to this game but moths in particular are grabbing my attention despite 55 years as a birder
Welcome to the world of moths
3. Bird's Wing (Dypterygia scabriuscula) , Dot Moth again and Dark Arches again. The little tan one in this photo I don't have any experience with it, or this color variation and with the angle its taken at would hate to lead you on a wild goose chase, I'll leave that to someone better than myself...lol
4. This is a bit of a funny angle too, but we had our first one ever last night, I've seen them at Sandwich and I believe this one will be Least Carpet (Idaea rusticata).
Hope this helps you on your way a bit