|Clouded Brindle, 19th June|
|Green Pug, 19th June|
|Middle-barred Minor, 20th June|
|Pandemis cerasana, 21st June|
|Varied Coronet, 21st June|
|Silver-ground Carpet, 19th June|
Perhaps the best discovery we've made over the past few days, though, was that a trio of unassuming-looking micros we recorded for the 18th (we had one on the 19th, too), Telechrysis tripuncta, seem to have been not only the first record of that species in the region this year, but also the first ever in Oxfordshire (looking at the relevant map in the Sterling and Parsons Field Guide to micro-moths, this appears to be accurate, as the Oxfordshire area looks to be a blank for the species).
My son, Xander, was suitably impressed when told this, and has continued to be assiduously helpful in going through catches every morning (though I think he's really holding out for one of those really big hawkmoths we're going to get one of these days).