In the distance from the house and close up.
Red Chestnut 1, (thanks Stewart) Hebrew Character 6, Common Quaker 1, and Clouded Drab 2 plus a Scathophaga stercoraria or two and three Clubonia spiders which on size are most likely to be reclusa.
Clouded Drab - reidentified (thanks Stewart) as Red Chestnut, new for site.
Common Quaker (top) and Clouded Drab (bottom), I found this CD rather confusing.
Clubonia, probably reclusa (distribution and size, 6mm ish).
The torrential rain in the middle of the week had forced two Wood Mice indoors and into the jaws of my snap traps, bit of a shame but when they get in the kitchen they are a real pain.
Once the moths were sorted we set off for Marwick to walk the hound and look at the seabird cliffs.
Common Scurvy Grass on the way up to the monument, there were three male Wheatear as well.
The Fulmars were the stars of the show though, inquisitive and aerobatic.