At this time of year many of them are not particularly interesting, for some reason most of the more brightly patterned and impressive ones wait until it is summer before putting in an appearance. The unimaginatively named Twin-spotted Quaker was new for the year.
You can't really expect much from a moth named "Clouded Drab" and of course it lives up to it's name. The first of these was yesterday and a few more appeared today.
A moth with a bit more going for it is the Oak Beauty, the male above has a striking pattern. This is a close relative of the Peppered Moth, but it will have finished before the Peppered Moth appears in May. So far this year I've caught just nine species.
Another fairly plain moth but distinguished both by the win pattern and the imagination of the entomologist that gave it it's common name is the Satellite.forewing, each with two moons or satellites circling them.