No trapping last night so no moths. Instead, one of my famous photographs of hovering bee-type things. This can be fun for all the family, provided you have (a) a digital camera with macro facility and (b) a sunny day.
Given (b), take (a) outside, turn on to macro mode and hold in front of you. Within seconds a hovering-type insect will come and examine what it presumably takes to be an exciting new flower. Point the camera generally in its direction and take as many pictures as you can (impossibly costly in the old film days). At least one of them is likely to be passable, as above.