Hedge Case-bearer Coleophora striatipennella (male, gen det), North Elmham, 8th June
Large Fruit-tree Tortrix Archips podana, North Elmham, 8th June
Privet Tortrix Clepsis consimilana, North Elmham, 8th June
Barred Straw, North Elmham, 8th June
Grey Pug (male, gen det), North Elmham, 8th June
Common Footman, North Elmham, 8th June
Pale-shouldered Brocade, North Elmham, 8th June
Other moths in the trap were Yellow-triangle Slender Caloptilia alchimiella, Brown House Moth Hofmannophila pseudospretella, Brindled Flat-body Agonopterix arenella, 2 London Dowds Blastobasis lacticolella, 2 Light Brown Apple Moths Epiphyas postvittana, Barred Marble Celypha striana, 5 Common Marbles Celypha lacunana, Plum Tortrix Hedya pruniana, Rush Marble Bactra lancealana, Triple-blotched Bell Notocelia trimaculana, Red Piercer Lathronympha strigana, Garden Grass-veneer Chrysoteuchia culmella, Hook-streaked Grass-Veneer Crambus lathoniellus, Common Grey Scoparia ambigualis, 6 Small Magpies Anania hortulata, Bee Moth Aphomia sociella, False Cacao Moth Ephestia unicolorella, 2 Common Swifts, 3 Silver-ground Carpets, Common Marbled Carpet, Green Carpet, 3 Common Pugs, Brimstone Moth, 5 Willow Beauties, 2 Buff Ermines, Heart and Dart, Flame, 8 Ingrailed Clays, Bright-line Brown-eye, 6 Brown Rustics, Clouded-bordered Brindle, Marbled Minor, 2 Middle-barred Minors, Marbled White Spot, 16 Straw Dots, 4 Snouts and Small Fan-foot.
Also new for the year here was the brown lacewing Hemerobius humulinus.
Hemerobius humulinus, North Elmham, 8th June
I initially thought a reddish orange bug was going to be Phylus palliceps, a species I've trapped here before, but the black head makes it Phylus melanocephalus - a completely new species for me.
Phylus melanocephalus, North Elmham, 8th June
Also in the trap were the caddisfly Hydropsyche siltalai and the soldier beetle Cantharis rufa.
Cantharis rufa, North Elmham, 8th June
Next day I popped in to the patch where Norfolk's only Crested Cow-wheat was flowering. I think this bee feeding on it was my first Vestal Cuckoo Bee Bombus vestalis but I'm not 100% sure I can rule out Gypsy Cuckoo Bee Bombus bohemicus (which would also be new for me). Please let me know if you confirm either way.
Crested Cow-wheat, Rawhall Wood, 9th June
probable Vestal Cuckoo Bee Bombus vestalis on (and off) Crested Cow-wheat, Rawhall Wood, 9th June
Also 4 Swollen-thighed Beetles here along with Speckled Wood and Azure Damselfly.
Moths at Ryburgh included White-barred Gold Micropterix aruncella, 4 Common Nettle-taps Anthophila fabriciana, 2 Silver-ground Carpets, Yellow Shell and Sharp-angled Carpet.
White-barred Gold Micropterix aruncella, Ryburgh, 9th June
Butterflies included Red Admiral, Small Tortoiseshell and Large Skipper while dragonflies were represented by Banded Demoiselle, Blue-tailed Damselfly and Common Blue Damselfly.