Its name ought to be lengthened to Liqueur Chocolate Tip because there's definitely a touch of Morello cherry in there, or a spot of Burgundy wine. As the later pictures show, it's been dabbling in chocolate with its head and forelegs as well as the tips of its forewings and forked tail. Or maybe Liqueur Chocolate Shrimp because it looks extremely shrimp-like in the third picture, like those Guyelian chocolate sea shapes. Also a little like the caterpillar of one of the Puss/Kitten moths.
Last night was the warmest since we arrived but the local BBC TV news - very good and genuinely local to Oxford - warned last night of heavy rain in the early morning hours. Some internal bell went off my head at 4am, when it was indeed raining although not very hard, and I crept outside, turned off the light and put the trap under shelter. I've never done this before because the rain shield which Mr and Mrs Robinson designed for their trap is very effective in terms of sheltering the expensive light bulb. But water can pool in the bottom below the egg cups and I would have been mortified if a Chocolate Tip had drowned.
This is my 700th post. Goodness! Thanks to all who have stuck with me, especially my ace correctors such as Ben, David and Ray (see previous post, and many earlier).