More moths this morning, around 60 species, but less in the way of rarities, with starry pearl, saltmarsh grass veneer and long-legged tabby the only notable species. I did have a couple of really nice beetles though, neither of them rare but both splendid beasties. Summer chafer is a slightly smaller relative of the cockchafer and like this species has subterranean larvae which feed on the roots of plants. Apparently the adults are usually found around the tops of trees, though they do come to light traps. This individual appeared dead when I found it, but perked up later on and 'buzzed off'.