Wormwood Pug, a rather worn individual.
Pebble Prominent, common but an attractive moth.
Smoky Wainscot, present in large numbers along the ancient highway and probably the commonest moth in the trap.
Six-spot Burnet, common and present in good numbers at Sandwich.
Saltern Ear, another local moth found in suitable habitat around the coasts of England and Wales, from the Humber to Morecambe Bay.
Reed Dagger, a Nationally Scarce B moth found predominantly in East Anglia but at a few other sites in the South-east. The pick of the catch.