This is the third night in a row when I've put the moth trap out - things must be looking up!
After submitting my records at the end of the year, this record was questioned by Tim Norris, the Lepidoptera Recorder for Hampshire & the IOW. As a result, this record has now been changed to 'The Shark' and not 'Chamomile Shark'. Tim noted that, although this specimen does show the black lines extending onto the fringe on the one side, it doesn't on the other. But the main issue is the flight period, too late for the single-brooded Chamomile Shark, the main flight period of which occurs from April to May. This is just one example of what a great job Recorders do!
There were also two coastal moths present: