As it happened, the 100th tortrix species and the 101st turned up on consecutive nights; the 100th was indeed the one I suggested would be most likely of the possible ten, but the 101st wasn't on the list. Since then I've added four others - none of which were on the list of possibles:
100 24/07/2014 Pammene regiana
101 25/07/2014 Cochylis dubitana
102 29/06/2015 Spatalistis bifasciana
103 01/07/2015 Zeraphera isertana
104 23/08/2016 Cydia amplana
105 25/05/2017 Cochylis nana
All of which shows just how impossible it is to predict what might turn up.
Last night I added the 106th tortrix, and happily it was on the original list of possibles! Like Spatalistis bifasciana, it's also one that I added to the VC55 list in the first place so nice to see it turn up in the garden.
Epinotia signatana - 106th tortrix, 360th micro and 675th garden species
As it happens, I had another Pammene regiana the night before so seeing as I missed posting about it first time around probably good to post one now.
And I suppose I should try and find any photos of the other garden first torts, but the only one I know I have to hand is the 104th from last year which was also a full British tick ....
And I may as well post this tort which seems to be particularly common to the garden traps so far this year.