|My last Vestal was|
floating in the pool
on our holiday in
Portugal last month
- alive and duly rescued
It was also good to welcome a Sprawler, that tweedy regular in mid-Autumn, and to see another Large Wainscot - all shown below. On the smaller side, I think the Plume moth with its distinctive T shape is probably just a Common Plume, Emmelina monodactyla, but if anyone knows different, please shout.
Lastly, it's always instructive to note the great variation you find within a moth species, as with these two November Moths below:
And very lastly, because I often berate brown and grey moths for their similarity and lack of pzazz, here is a fresh red-line Quaker looking actually rather fine: