Very pleased to see a Green Veined White in the garden, as haven't seen one for quite a while.
It seemed to like the Herb Robert which not much else uses but self-seeds alot.
In reply to WendyBartter:
My caterpillar been ID'd by Richard Lewington as 'likely' Broad bordered Yellow Underwing which pupates at 45-50mm & emerges in June ... not had one of those before!
2013 photos & vids here
eff37 on Flickr
Here's a moth I've found on my window this morning - around 2cm
Overnight trap threw up a total of SEVEN male Muslin Moths!!!! Plus this beauty which I think is The Lychnis
BBYU caterpillar eating & pooing well & a new incumbent in the form of a brown pupa which neighbour dug up whilst weeding, a wait 'n see job?
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