We set three traps last night in our garden and adjacent oak woodland. Despite the minimum temperature of only 2.4°C we were rewarded with 41 moths of 14 different macro species, the most being in the woodland. Notable for us were our first Lunar Marbled Brown, Shoulder Stripe, Red Chestnut and Early Tooth-striped. We also found this unusual Common Quaker with confluent oval and kidney marks. On a quick search of the internet all seemed to have the usual separate discal spots.