The results were...
...rather inconsequential to be honest - although Saturday's catch was fairly uneventful (Freyer's Pug, Scoparia ambigualis, Silver Y and Ingrailed Clay being the only interesting moths) the MBF bulb did pull in Poplar Hawk, Pale Tussock, Angle Shades, Scoparia pyralella, Peppered Moth, Clouded-bordered Brindle and Cabbage Moth. So I'm tempted to say that the MBF was more successful, but that's only cos the bigger showy moths grab your attention, don't they!?!
Any way some photos from Saturday first:
|Silver Y||Heart & Dart|
|Ingrailed Clay||Scoparia ambigualis|
And some from Sunday:
|Angle Shades||Scoparia pyralella
(nice comparison to S. ambigualis above)
|Marbled Minor agg.|
|Foxglove Pug||Peppered Moth||Bryotropha similis (I think?)|