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Sweet Briar Marsh

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SweetBriarMarshAcapillaris110724-1

Common Bent (Agrostis capillaris)

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Ants relocating eggs.

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Hempnettle Sp

Common Hempnettle (Galeopsis tetrahit)

in a variety of shades.

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Cranefly Sp

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SweetBriarMarshCrosswort110724-3

Crosswort (Cruciata laevipes)

SweetBriarMarshCudweed110724-3

Common Cudweed (Filago germanica)

SweetBriarMarshDevil'sBitScabious110724-1

SweetBriarMarshDevil'sBitScabious110724-2

Devil's-bit Scabious

SweetBriarMarshErodium110724-3

Erodium/Geranium Sp?

SweetBriarMarshEyelashFungus110724-1

SweetBriarMarshEyelashFungus110724-2

Eyelash Fungus Sp

SweetBriarMarshGlycera110724-1

SweetBriarMarshGlycera110724-2 1

Reed Sweet grass (Glyceria maxima)

SweetBriarMarshReedSweetgrasRust110724-1-NEF-

Reed Sweet Grass Smut probably

Ustilago filiformis

SweetBriarMarshHarvestmen110724-1

Harvestmen Sp

Opilio saxatilis ?

SweetBriarMarshIntermedia110724-1

SweetBriarMarshIntermedia110724-2

SweetBriarMarshIntermedia110724-3

SweetBriarMarshIntermedia110724-4

SweetBriarMarshIntermedia110724-5

Swedish Whitebeam (Sorbus intermedia)

SweetBriarMarshMallow110724-1

SweetBriarMarshMallow110724-2

SweetBriarMarshMallow110724-3

Musk Mallow (Malva moschata)

SweetBriarMarshMeadowsweet110724-2

SweetBriarMarshMeadowsweet110724-1

Meadowsweet (Filipendula ulmaria)

SweetBriarMarshMeadowsweetRust110724-1

x SweetBriarMarshMeadowsweetRust110724-2

SweetBriarMarshMeadowsweetRust110724-3

SweetBriarMarshMeadowsweetRust110724-4

Meadowsweet Rust (Triphragmium ulmariae)

SweetBriarMarshMoth110724-3

Moth Sp

A White-barred Moth Species

it could be one of three Sp from Norfolk Moths

SweetBriarMarshMyriocoleopsis110724-1

Minute Pouncewort (Myriocoleopsis minutissimum)

SweetBriarMarshPhyllantha110724-3

Frizzled Pincushion (Plenogemma phyllantha)

SweetBriarMarshPink110724-1

Marsh Woundwort (Stachy palustris)

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SweetBriarMarshRoseSquarrosus110724-2

Glandular Dog-rose (Rosa squarrosus)

SweetBriarMarshRush110724-1

SweetBriarMarshRush110724-2

SweetBriarMarshRush110724-3

SweetBriarMarshRush110724-5

Sharp-flowered Rush (Juncus acutiflorus)

SweetBriarMarshSedge110724-1

SweetBriarMarshSedge110724-2

Brown Sedge (Carex distichum)

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Southern Crestwort (Lophocolea semiteres)

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Marsh Ragwort (Jacobea aquatica)

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St John's Wort (Hypericum perforatum)

SweetBriarMarshTubularWaterDropwort110724-1

SweetBriarMarshTubularWaterDropwort110724-3

Tubular Water-dropwort (Oenanthe fistulosa)

SweetBriarMarshValerian110724-1

Valerian (Valeriana officinalis)

SweetBriarMarshWaspSpider110724-1

Wasp Spider (Argiope bruennichi)

SweetBriarMarshWaterPurslane110724-1

Water-purslane (Lythrum portula)

SweetBriarMarshYellow110724-1

SweetBriarMarshYellow110724-2

Greater Bird'sfoot Trefoil (Lotus pedunculatus)

SweetBriarTrichloglochin110724-1

Marsh Arrowgrass (Triglochin palustris)

SweetBriarMarshMeadowFoxtail110724-1-NEF-

Timothy Grass (Phleum pratense)

SweetBriarMarshMarshCinquefoil110724-1

Marsh Cinquefoil leaf (Comarum palustris)





Comments

Wickmere

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Comments

Beeston

BSBI Summer Meeting
at

Beeston Common & Beeston Bump

BeestonBSBIMeeting210624-0d-NEF-

Beeston Common

BeestonCommonSoftRush220624-3-NEF-

BeestonCommonSoftRush220624-1-NEF-

Soft Rush

BeestonCommonRaggedRobin20624-1-NEF-

Ragged Robin

BeestonCommonHardRush220624-3-NEF-

BeestonCommonHardRush220624-2-NEF-

BeestonCommonHardRush220624-1-NEF-

Hard Rush (Juncus inflexus)

BeestonCommonFlatSedge220624-2-NEF-

BeestonCommonFlatSedge220624-1-NEF-

Flat Sedge (Blysmus compressus)

BeestonCommonCompactRush220624-2-NEF-

BeestonCommonCompactRush220624-3-NEF-

BeestonCommonCompactRushRush220624-1-NEF-

Compact Rush (Juncus glomeratum)

BeestonBumpGrass220624-1-NEF-

Sweet Vernal Grass (Anthoxanthum odoratum)

BeestonCommonRush3210624-1-NEF-

BeestonCommonRush3210624-2-NEF-

BeestonCommonRush3210624-3-NEF-

BeestonCommonRush3210624-4-NEF-

BeestonCommonRush3210624-5-NEF-

BeestonCommonRush3210624-6-NEF-

BeestonCommonDarkRush220624-7

Toad Rush (Juncus bufonius agg)

Strictly

Leafy Rush (Juncus foliosus)

BeestonCommonRush220624-1-NEF-

Blunt-flowered Rush (Juncus subnodulosus)
BeestonCommonSpottedOrchid220624-q-NEF-

Common Spotted Orchid (Dactylorhiza fuchsii)

BeestonCommonWillow220624-1-NEF-

Almond Willow (Salix triandra)

BeestonCommonChunkyGrass220624-1-NEF-

BeestonCommonChunkyGrass220624-2-NEF-

Heath Grass (Danthonia decumbens)


BeestonCommonInlandRush210624-1-NEF-

BeestonCommonInlandRush210624-5-NEF-

BeestonCommonInlandRush210624-4-NEF-

BeestonCommonInlandRush20624-2-NEF-

BeestonCommonInlandRush20624-1-NEF-

Inland Club-rush (Bolboschoenus laticarpus)

BeestonCommonMarshArrowGrass210624-1-NEF-

BeestonCommonMarshArrowGrass210624-2-NEF-

Marsh Arrow Grass (Troglochin palustris)

BeestonCommonQuakingGrass20624-1-NEF-

Quaking Grass (Briza media)

BeestonCommonBlackBogRush210624-1-NEF-

Black Bog Rush (Schoenus nigricans)

BeestonCommonDeadlyNightshade210624-1-NEF-

Deadly Nightshade (Atropa belladona)


Beeston210624-4-NEF-

Beeston210624-3-NEF-

Beeston210624-2-NEF-

Beeston210624-7-NEF-

BeestonCommonBulbousRush210624-2-NEF-

BeestonCommonBulbousRush210624-1-NEF-

BeestonCommonBulbousRush210624-3-NEF-

Bulbous Rush (Juncus bulbosus)


BeestonCommonMarshValerian220624-1-NEF-

BeestonCommonMarshValerian220624-2-NEF-

Marsh Valerian seed heads (Valeriana dioica)

BeestonCommonYellowVetchling220624-1-NEF- 1

Meadow Vetchling (Lathyrus pratensis)

BeestonCommonSphagnum20624-1-NEF-

Sphagnum Sp

Lustrous Bog-moss (Sphagnum subnitens)?

BeestonCommonSmall220624-1-NEF-

?
nestled in a bed of Pointed Spear-moss (Calliergonella cuspidatum)

BeestonCommonGrass220624-3-NEF-

BeestonCommonGrass220624-1-NEF-

BeestonCommonGrass220624-2-NEF-

?

BeestonCommonDodder210624-1-NEF-

Dodder

Greater Dodder Cuscuta europea)?

BeestonCommonCarbationSedge220624-1-NEF-

Carnation Sedge (Cares panicea)

BeestonCommonButterwort220624-1-NEF-

Common Butterwort rosette (Pinguicula vulgaris)

BeestonCommonBroadBucklerFern210624-1-NEF-

BeestonCommonBroadBucklerfern220624-2-NEF-
BeestonCommonBroadBucklerfern220624-1-NEF-

BeestonCommonBroadBucklerfern220624-3-NEF-

Crested Buckler-fern (Dryopteris cristata)

BeestonCommonApalustre20624-1-NEF-

Bog-groove Moss (Aulocomnium palustre)

BeestonCommonFleaSedge220624-1-NEF-

Flea Sedge (Carex pulicaris)

A fruiting spike with the utricles fully reflexed

BeestonCommonTawnySedge220624-1-NEF-

BeestonCommonTawnySedge220624-2-NEF-

Tawny Sedge (Carex hostiana)

BeestonCommonSedge1220624-1-NEF-

BeestonCommonSedge1220624-2-NEF-

?
BeestonBSBIMeetin210624-0-NEF-

BeestonCommonSundew20624-1-NEF-

BeestonCommonSundew20624-3-NEF-

BeestonCommonSundew20624-4-NEF-

BeestonCommonSundew20624-5-NEF-

Round-leaved Sundew (Drosera rotundifolia) nestled amongst Lustrous Bog-moss (Sphagnum subnitens) with capsules

BeestonCommonSundew210624-2-NEF-

BeestonCommonSundew210624-7-NEF-

Round-leaved Sundew (Drosera rotundifolia)

BeestonCommonSundew210624-5-NEF-

BeestonCommonSundew20624-7-NEF-

BeestonCommonSundew210624-1-NEF-

Greater Sundew (Drosera anglica)

BeestonBSBIMeetin210624-0b-NEF-

BeestonCommonMeadowThidstle210624-1-NEF-

Meadow Thistle (Cirsium dissectum)

BeestonCommonMarshHelleborine210624-1-NEF-

Marsh Hellborine (Epipactis palustris)

BeestonCommonElegantHypericum210624-1-NEF-

Slender St John's-wort (Hypericum pulchrum)

Beeston Bump

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BeestonBumpBlueFleabane210624-1-NEF-

BeestonBumpBlueFleabane210624-2-NEF-

BeestonBumpBlueFleabane210624-3-NEF-

Blue Fleabane (Erigeron acer)

BeestonBumpKidneyVetch190624-1-NEF-

Kidney Vetch (Anthyllis vulneraria)

BeestonBumpOminorheliophora210624-1-NEF-

Common Broomrape

Orobanche minor var heliophila

BeestonBumpPurplebBoomrape210624-1-NEF-

Purple Broomrape (Orobanche purpurea)

Now

Phelipanche purpurea

BeestonBumpPyramidal210624-1-NEF-

BeestonBumpPyramidal210624-2-NEF-

BeestonBumpPyramidal210624-3-NEF-

Pyramidal Orchid (Anacamptis pyramidalis)

BeestonBumpRoughClover210624-1-NEF-

BeestonBumpRoughClover210624-2-NEF-

Rough Clover (Trifolium scabrum)

BeestonBumpSandCatchfly210624-1-NEF-

BeestonBumpSandCatchfly210624-3-NEF-

Sand Catchfly (Silene conica)

BeestonBumpSpringVetch210624-1-NEF-

Spring Vetch (Vicia lathyroides)

BeestonBumpThyme-leavedSandwort210624-2-NEF-

BeestonBumpThymeleavedSandwort210624-1-NEF-

Thyme-leaved Sandwort (Arenaria serpyllifolia)

BeestonWildRadish210624-3-NEF-

BeestonWildRadish210624-1-NEF-

BeestonWildRadish210624-2-NEF-

Wild Radish (Raphanus raphanistrum)

BeestonSpikedMedic210624-1-NEF-

BeestonSpikedMedic210624-2-NEF-

BeestonSpikedMedic210624-3-NEF-

Toothed medick (Medicago polymorpha)


Thanks for a great day

Corrections & additions always welcome.


Comments

Cranwich Heath

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CranwichHeath190624-11-NEF- 1

CranwichHeath190624-12-NEF- 1

CranwichHeathBlackHorehound190624-1-NEF- 1

CranwichHeathBlackHorehound190624-2-NEF-

CranwichHeathBlackHorehound190624-3-NEF-

Black Horehound (Ballota nigra)

CranwichHeathHawbit190624-1-NEF-

Rough Hawkbit (Leontodon hispidus)

CranwichHeathHelianthemum190624-1-NEF-

CranwichHeathHelianthemum190624-2-NEF-

CranwichHeathHelianthemum190624-3-NEF-

Common Rockrose (Helianthemum nummularium)

CranwichHeathOak190624-1-NEF-

CranwichHeathOak190624-3-NEF-

Oak (Quercus robur)

CranwichHeathPurpleMilkvetch190624-2-NEF-

Purple Milk-vetch (Astragalus danicus)

CranwichHeathPyramidal190624-1-NEF-

Pyramidal Orchid (Anacamptis pyramidalis)

CranwichHeath190624-15-NEF-

CranwichHeath190624-16-NEF-

CranwichHeathRupturewort190624-3-NEF-

CranwichHeathRupturewort190624-4-NEF-

Smooth Rupturewort (Herniaria glabra)

Comments

Sutton Fen

SuttonFen160624-1-NEF-

SuttonFenMarshOrchid160624-1-NEF-

Marsh Orchid (Dactylorhiza praetermissa)

SuttonFenPipeSedge160624-1-NEF-

Spike Rush Sp

SuttonFenFalseFoxSedge160624-1-NEF-

False Fox Sedge (Carex otrobae)

SuttonFenLittleRushl160624-1-NEF-

SuttonFenLittleRushl160624-2-NEF-

SuttonFenLittleRushl160624-3-NEF-

Toad Rush (Juncus bufonius)

SuttonFen160624-2-NEF-

SuttonFen160624-3-NEF-

SuttonFen160624-4-NEF-

SuttonFenClegg160624-1-NEF-

SuttonFenClegg160624-2-NEF-

SuttonFenClegg160624-3-NEF-

SuttonFenClegg160624-4-NEF-

Hairy-legged Horsefly (Hybomitra bimaculata)

SuttonFenFourSPot160624-1-NEF-

Four-spotted Chaser (Libellula quadrimaculata)

SuttonFenTscitta160624-2-NEF-

SuttonFenTscitta160624-1-NEF-

Tooth-thighed Hoverfly (Tripidia scita)

SuttonFen160624-5-NEF-

SuttonFenPeacock160624-1-NEF-

SuttonFenPeacock160624-3-NEF-

SuttonFenPeacock160624-4-NEF-

Peacock caterpillars. (Aglais io)

SuttonFenConocybe160624-1-NEF-

Yvonne's Comments

They keyed out to

Psathyrella rubiginosa

but

this isn’t on the British list?

I’ve been
through the key a few times and can’t get it to anything else. This group is
notoriously difficult so I can’t really be sure. I have dried the specimens.


SuttonFenCowbane160624-1-NEF-

SuttonFenCowbane160624-3-NEF-

Cow Bane (Cicuta virosa)

SuttonFenEyelashFungus160624-1-NEF-

SuttonFenEyeLashFungus160624-2-NEF-

Eye-lash Fungus

Yvonne's comments

I used the Malcolm Greaves’ on-line key to identify the Scutellinia
and
it was

S. superba

which describes it well I think !


SuttonFenPsahterella160624-1-NEF-

SuttonFenPsahterella160624-2-NEF-

Psathyrella Sp

Psathyrella typhae

SuttonFenRush160624-1-NEF-

Blunt-flowered Rush (Juncus subnodulosus_

SuttonFen160624-6-NEF-

SuttonFen160624-7-NEF-

SuttonFen160624-8-NEF-

SuttonFen160624-9-NEF-

SuttonFen160624-10-NEF-

SuttonFen160624-11-NEF-

SuttonFenCaddis60624-1-NEF-

Sp?

SuttonFen~Bicinctum160624-1-NEF-

Two-banded Spearhorn (Chrysotoxum bicintum)


SuttonFenCaterpillar160624-1-NEF-

Caterpillar Sp?

SuttonFen160624-12-NEF-

SuttonFenOakCrust160624-1-NEF-

SuttonFenOakCrust160624-2-NEF-

Oak Curtain Crust (Hymenochaete rubiginosa)

SuttonFenOrbicular160624-1-NEF-

SuttonFenOrbicular160624-2-NEF-

Ascobolus lignatilis

SuttonFenSlimeMold160624-1-NEF-

Slime Mold Sp

Stemonitopsis typhina ?

SuttonFenSpoders160624-1-NEF-

SuttonFenSpoders160624-3-NEF-

SuttonFenSpoders160624-2-NEF-

Spider Sp

SuttonFenSpringtails160624-1-NEF-

Young Springtails (Collembola Sp)

SuttonFenVissea160624-1-NEF-

A tiny presumed Vibrissea Sp on an Oak Leaf

Vibrissea cesatii

SuttonFenYellowRattle160624-1-NEF-

Plasmopara densa on Yellow Rattle (Rhinanthus minor)

Although I should have turned it over as well.

SuttonFen160624-13-NEF-

SuttonFen160624-14-NEF-

SuttonFenSawFly160624--NEF-

SuttonFenSawFly160624-1-NEF-

SuttonFenSawFly160624-3-NEF-

SuttonFenSawFly160624-4-NEF-

SuttonFenSawFly160624-5-NEF-

Small Yellow-girdled Tenthredo (Tenthredo temula)

SuttonFenBogMyrtle160624-1-NEF-

The reverse of a Bog Myrtle leaf showing the tiny yellow oil glands
that give the plant its characteristic sweet aroma

SuttonFenGroundHopper160624-1-NEF-

Groundhopper Sp

SuttonFenCIllustrata160624-1-NEF-

SuttonFenCIllustrata160624-2-NEF-

Cheilosia illustrata

SuttonFenSiccus160624-1-NEF-

Ferruginous Bee-grabber (Sicus ferrugineus)

SuttonFenGreenColonel160624-1-NEF-

SuttonFenGreenColonel160624-2-NEF-

SuttonFenGreenColonel160624-3-NEF-

SuttonFenGreenColonel160624-4-NEF-

SuttonFenGreenColonel160624-5-NEF-

Being attacked by an Empis Fly?

SuttonFenGreenColonel160624-6-NEF-

Green Colonel (Oplodontha viridula)

Comments

Sutton Fen

SuttonFen160624-1-NEF-

SuttonFenMarshOrchid160624-1-NEF-

Marsh Orchid (Dactylorhiza praetermissa)

SuttonFenPipeSedge160624-1-NEF-

Spike Rush Sp

SuttonFenFalseFoxSedge160624-1-NEF-

False Fox Sedge (Carex otrobae)

SuttonFenLittleRushl160624-1-NEF-

SuttonFenLittleRushl160624-2-NEF-

SuttonFenLittleRushl160624-3-NEF-

Toad Rush (Juncus bufonius)

SuttonFen160624-2-NEF-

SuttonFen160624-3-NEF-

SuttonFen160624-4-NEF-

SuttonFenClegg160624-1-NEF-

SuttonFenClegg160624-2-NEF-

SuttonFenClegg160624-3-NEF-

SuttonFenClegg160624-4-NEF-

Hairy-legged Horsefly (Hybomitra bimaculata)

SuttonFenFourSPot160624-1-NEF-

Four-spotted Chaser (Libellula quadrimaculata)

SuttonFenTscitta160624-2-NEF-

SuttonFenTscitta160624-1-NEF-

Tooth-thighed Hoverfly (Tripidia scita)

SuttonFen160624-5-NEF-

SuttonFenPeacock160624-1-NEF-

SuttonFenPeacock160624-3-NEF-

SuttonFenPeacock160624-4-NEF-

Peacock caterpillars. (Aglais io)

SuttonFenConocybe160624-1-NEF-

Yvonne's Comments

They keyed out to

Psathyrella rubiginosa

but

this isn’t on the British list?

I’ve been
through the key a few times and can’t get it to anything else. This group is
notoriously difficult so I can’t really be sure. I have dried the specimens.


SuttonFenCowbane160624-1-NEF-

SuttonFenCowbane160624-3-NEF-

Cow Bane (Cicuta virosa)

SuttonFenEyelashFungus160624-1-NEF-

SuttonFenEyeLashFungus160624-2-NEF-

Eye-lash Fungus

Yvonne's comments

I used the Malcolm Greaves’ on-line key to identify the Scutellinia
and
it was

S. superba

which describes it well I think !


SuttonFenPsahterella160624-1-NEF-

SuttonFenPsahterella160624-2-NEF-

Psathyrella Sp

Psathyrella typhae

SuttonFenRush160624-1-NEF-

Blunt-flowered Rush (Juncus subnodulosus_

SuttonFen160624-6-NEF-

SuttonFen160624-7-NEF-

SuttonFen160624-8-NEF-

SuttonFen160624-9-NEF-

SuttonFen160624-10-NEF-

SuttonFen160624-11-NEF-

SuttonFenCaddis60624-1-NEF-

Sp?

SuttonFen~Bicinctum160624-1-NEF-

Two-banded Spearhorn (Chrysotoxum bicintum)


SuttonFenCaterpillar160624-1-NEF-

Caterpillar Sp?

SuttonFen160624-12-NEF-

SuttonFenOakCrust160624-1-NEF-

SuttonFenOakCrust160624-2-NEF-

Oak Curtain Crust (Hymenochaete rubiginosa)

SuttonFenOrbicular160624-1-NEF-

SuttonFenOrbicular160624-2-NEF-

Ascobolus lignatilis

SuttonFenSlimeMold160624-1-NEF-

Slime Mold Sp

Stemonitopsis typhina ?

SuttonFenSpoders160624-1-NEF-

SuttonFenSpoders160624-3-NEF-

SuttonFenSpoders160624-2-NEF-

Spider Sp

SuttonFenSpringtails160624-1-NEF-

Young Springtails (Collembola Sp)

SuttonFenVissea160624-1-NEF-

A tiny presumed Vibrissea Sp on an Oak Leaf

Vibrissea cesatii

SuttonFenYellowRattle160624-1-NEF-

Plasmopara densa on Yellow Rattle (Rhinanthus minor)

Although I should have turned it over as well.

SuttonFen160624-13-NEF-

SuttonFen160624-14-NEF-

SuttonFenSawFly160624--NEF-

SuttonFenSawFly160624-1-NEF-

SuttonFenSawFly160624-3-NEF-

SuttonFenSawFly160624-4-NEF-

SuttonFenSawFly160624-5-NEF-

Small Yellow-girdled Tenthredo (Tenthredo temula)

SuttonFenBogMyrtle160624-1-NEF-

The reverse of a Bog Myrtle leaf showing the tiny yellow oil glands
that give the plant its characteristic sweet aroma

SuttonFenGroundHopper160624-1-NEF-

Groundhopper Sp

SuttonFenCIllustrata160624-1-NEF-

SuttonFenCIllustrata160624-2-NEF-

Cheilosia illustrata

SuttonFenSiccus160624-1-NEF-

Ferruginous Bee-grabber (Sicus ferrugineus)

SuttonFenGreenColonel160624-1-NEF-

SuttonFenGreenColonel160624-2-NEF-

SuttonFenGreenColonel160624-3-NEF-

SuttonFenGreenColonel160624-4-NEF-

SuttonFenGreenColonel160624-5-NEF-

Being attacked by an Empis Fly?

SuttonFenGreenColonel160624-6-NEF-

Green Colonel (Oplodontha viridula)

Comments

Cranwich Camp

Cranwich130624-1-NEF-

A view across the camp

CranwichBrome130624-1-NEF-

Soft Brome (Bromus hordeaceus)

CranwichBug130624-1-NEF-

CranwichBug130624-2-NEF-

CranwichBug130624-3-NEF-

Cinnamon Bug (Corizus hyoscami)

CranwichCatchfly130624-1-NEF-

CranwichCatchfly130624-2-NEF-

CranwichCatchfly130624-3-NEF-

CranwichCatchfly130624-4-NEF-

CranwichCatchfly130624-5-NEF-

CranwichCatchfly130624-6-NEF-

CranwichCatchfly130624-7-NEF-

CranwichCatchfly130624-8-NEF-

CranwishCatchfly130624-1-NEF-

Spanish Catchfly (Silene otites)

CranwichCommonBroomrape130624-1-NEF-

CranwichCommonBroomrape130624-2-NEF-

CranwichCOmmonBroomrape130624-3-NEF-

Common Broomrape (Oranche minor)

CranwichCreeping CranwichCinquefoil130624-1-NEF-

Creeping Cinquefoil (Potentilla reptans)

CranwichEyebright130624-1-NEF-

Eyebright Sp (Euphrasia Sp)

CranwichGrass130624-1-NEF-

CranwichGrass130624-2-NEF-

CranwichGrass130624-3-NEF-

Crested Hair Grass (Koeleria macrantha)

CranwichGreenBeetle130624-1-NEF-

CranwichGreenBeetle130624-2-NEF-

Cryptocephalus aureolus ?

CranwichHare'sFoot130624-1-NEF-

CranwichHare'sFoot130624-2-NEF-

Knotted Clover (Trifolium striatum)

CranwichMignonette130624-1-NEF-

Wild Mignonette (Reseda lutea)

CranwichMilkVetvh130624-1-NEF-

Purple Milk-vetch (Astragalus danicus)

CranwichPillosella130624-1-NEF-

Mouse-ear Hawkweed (Pilosella officinarum)

CranwichPyramidalOrchid130624-1-NEF-

CranwichPyramidalOrchid130624-2-NEF-

Pyramidal Orchid (Anacamptis pyramidalis)

CranwichRedBartsia130624-1-NEF-

CranwichRedBartsia13624-3

Red Bartsia (Odontites vernus)

CranwichRoughClover130624-1-NEF-

CranwichRoughClover130624-2-NEF-

Rough Clover (Trifolium scabrum)

CranwichRust130624-1-NEF-

Rust on Goat Willow (Salix caprea)

CranwichRyeGrass130624-1-NEF-

Rye grass Sp?

Perennial Rye Grass (Lolium perenne)?

CranwichStioecrop130624-1-NEF-

CranwichStonecrop130624-3-NEF-

Biting Stonecrop (Sedum acre)

CranwichTimothy130624-1-NEF-

Timothy (Phleum pratense)

CranwichViper'sBugloss13624-1-NEF-

CranwichViper'sBugloss13624-2-NEF-

Viper's-bugloss (Echium vulgare)

CranwichCampAnt190624-1-NEF-

CranwichCampAnt190624-2-NEF-

CranwichCampAnt190624-3-NEF-

Ant Sp

CranwichCampEuphorbia190624-1-NEF-

CranwichCampEuphorbia190624-2-NEF-

Euphordia Sp

Comments

Hickling Broad

Hickling120624-1-NEF-

Hickling120624-2-NEF-

Hickling120624-3-NEF-

Hickling120624-4-NEF-

Hickling120624-5-NEF-

Hickling120624-6-NEF-

Hickling120624-7-NEF-

HicklingConopid120624-1-NEF-

HicklingConopid120624-2-NEF-

HicklingConopid120624-3-NEF-

HicklingConopid120624-4-NEF-

HicklingConopid120624-5-NEF-

HicklingConopid120624-6-NEF-

HicklingConopid120624-7-NEF-

HicklingConopid120624-8-NEF-

HicklingConopid120624-9-NEF-

HicklingConopid120624-10-NEF-

HicklingConopid120624-12-NEF-

HicklingConopid120624-13-NEF-

HicklingConopid120624-15-NEF-

HicklingConopid120624-16-NEF-

HicklingConopid120624-18-NEF-

HicklingConopid120624-19-NEF-

Thick-headed Fly Sp (Conopid Sp)

Physocephala rufipes

HicklingDoli120624-1-NEF-

Long-legged Fly Sp

Poecilobothrus nobilitatus ♂︎

HicklingDoli2120624-1-NEF-

Dolichopus Sp?

HicklingFly2120624-1-NEF-

HicklingFly2120624-2-NEF-

Snipe Fly (Chrysophilus cristatus)♂︎

HicklingGall120624-1-NEF-

Gall Sp ?

HicklingHover120624-1-NEF-

Eupeodes Sp?

HicklingMarshHarrier120624-1-NEF-

HicklingMarshHarrier120624-2-NEF-

HicklingMarshHarrier120624-3-NEF-

Marsh Harrier (Circus aeruginosus)

HicklingRush120624-1-NEF-

Common Rush (Juncus effusus)

HicklingSawSedge120624-1-NEF-

HicklingSawSedge120624-2-NEF-

HicklingSawSedge120624-4-NEF-

HicklingSawSedge120624-5-NEF-

Saw Sedge (Cladium mariscus)

HicklingSp_120624-1-NEF-

?

HicklingSpider120624-1-NEF-

Spider Sp?

HicklingTscitta120624-1-NEF-

HicklingTscitta120624-2-NEF-

Tooth-thighed Hoverfly (Tropidia scita)

Comments

Dillington

Dillington020624-1

Dillington020624-2

Dillington020624-3

Dillington020624-4

Dillington020624-5

DillingtonAvillosovirescens020624-1

Golden-bloomed Grey Longhorn Beetle (Agapanthia villosovoredescens)

Dillington020624-6

DillingtonBeetle020624-1

DillingtonBeetle020624-2

A Darkling Beetle (Diaperis boleti)

UK Beetles

DillingtonBracket020624-1

Fungus Sp

Willow Bracket (Phellinus igniarus)

DillingtonCaterpillar020624-1

Sp?

DillingtonChafer020624-3

DillingtonChafer020624-1

DillingtonChafer020624-2

Garden Chafer (Phyllopertha horticola)

UK Beetles

DillingtonChoke020624-1

DillingtonChoke020624-2

Choke (Epichloe Sp) ?

DillingtonChrysogaster020624-1

♀︎

DillingtonChrysogaster020624-2

♀︎

DillingtonChrysogaster020624-3

♂︎

Dull-winged Chrysogaster (Chrysogaster solstitialis)

DillingtonClackFunugs020624-2

Fungus Sp

Radiating Black Hyphomycete (Bispora antennata) on ends of cut wood.

DillingtonCoprinellusSp020624-1

DillingtonCoprinellusSp020624-2

Coprinopsis Sp

Probably Coprinopsis lagopus

DillingtonCraneFly020624-1

Phantom cranefly Sp

Ptychoptera contaminata

DillingtonDarkBushCrocket020624-1

Dark Bush-cricket Nymph (Pholidoptera griseoaptera)

DillingtonElderFlowerGall020624-1

DillingtonElderFlowerGall020624-2

Elderflower (Sambucus nigra) Gall

If orange larva inside - Placochela nigripes A gall midge

from

Plant Miners of Europe

If white lava inside - Arnoldiola sambuci - Iniquiline of Placochela nigripes

from

Plant Miners of Europe

DillingtonFly020624-1

Might this be Coenosia tigrina

Compare to Nature Spot

DillingtonFungus020624-1

DillingtonFungus020624-2

DillingtonFungus020624-3

You can see the very long necks of the mature Melanospora lagenaria fungus on Birch Polypore (Fomitopsis betulina)

There was a thought the small yellow circes with the black spot in the middle might be something else?

but tthe image below suggests they might be the growth point of long necks (bottom right of the image.)

Thoughts welcome please.

2024-06-05_11-46-55

DillingtonFurryLittleFungus020624-1

Lachnella albovorescens

DillingtonLadybird020624-1

Cream Spot Ladybird (Calvia quatuordecimgutta)

DillingtonLonghorn020624-1

DillingtonLonghorn020624-3

Longhorn Moth (Nemaphora degeerella)

DillingtonLucogala020624-1

DillingtonLucogala020624-2

DillingtonLucogala020624-3

Wolf's Milk (Lycogala epidendrum)

DillingtonNettleWeevil020624-1

Nettle Weevil (Phyllobius pomaceus)

DillingtonOrbilia020624-1

Orbilia Sp

DillingtonRamealis020624-1

Fungus Sp

Twig Parachute (Marasmiellus ramealis)

DillingtonRfibula020624-2

Orange Mosscap (Rickenella fibula)

DillingtonRobberfly020624-1

Common Red-legged Robberfly (Dioctria rufipes)

DillingtonRobberfly020624-2


Common Red-legged Robberfly (Dioctria rufipes)


DillingtonRobberfly020624-3

?

DillingtonRust020624-1

DillingtonRust020624-2

Drepanopeziza ribes

DillingtonScones020624-1

DillingtonScones020624-2

Vibrissea filisporia

DillingtonScutellinia020624-1

Eye Lash Fungus (Scutellinia Sp)

DillingtonShieldbug020624-1

Final Instar Nymph

DillingtonShieldbug020624-2

Mid Instar Nymph

DillingtonShieldbug020624-3

Mid Instar Nymph

Red-legged Shieldbug (Pentatoma rufipes)

DillingtonTreeBumble020624-1

DillingtonTreeBumble020624-2

Tree Bumble Bee (Bombus hypnorum)

DillingtonWasp020624-1

Mourning Wasp (Pemphredon lugubris)♂︎ caught in a spider's web.

&

confirmed via

UK Bees, Wasps & Ants Facebook page.

Tim Strudwick

At least two others seen around the large fallen Poplar


DillingtonVpellucens020624-1

Pellucid Fly (Volucella pellucens)

DillingtonWhiteAsco020624-1

Fungus Sp?

DillingtonXylotta020624-1

DillingtonXylotta020624-2

DillingtonXylotta020624-3

DillingtonXylotta020624-4

DillingtonXylotta020624-5

Usually very difficult to get a photo of these as they zip about so much.

But this one was having extended gorge on the grass pollen.

Living up to its English name.

Golden-tailed Leaf Licker (Xylota sylvarum)

Still moving quickly but on the same few leaves so possible to obtain a few shots of the same individual.

HoeRoughAphid020624-1

Aphid Sp on Dock

DillingtonFungus M B40:8 f9 ISO160 9 Micron

DillingtonFungus M f8 ISO160 10

Pyrenopeziza urticola



Thanks everyone for another great day.

Comments

Southorpe Meadow - Northamptonshire

SouthorpeMeadow200524-1

SouthorpeMeadow200524-2

SouthorpeMeadow200524-3

SouthorpeMeadowOrchid200524-2

SouthorpeMeadowOrchid200524-1

Comments

Dickleburgh Moor

DickleburghMoor180524-1

DickleburghMoor180524-2

DickleburghMoor180524-3

DickleburghMoor180524-4

DickleburghMoor180524-5

DickleburghMoor180524-6

DickleburghMoor180524-7

DickleburghMoor180524-8

DickleburghMoor180524-9

DickleburghMoor180524-11

DickleburghMoor180524-12

DickleburghMoorAnt180524-1

DickleburghMoorAnt180524-2

DickleburghMoorAnt180524-3

DickleburghMoorAnt180524-4

Ant S? + Aphid Sp? on Dock Sp (Rumex Sp)?

Curled leaves suggest Dock Aphid (Aphis rumicis)

DickleburghMoorAphid180524-1

DickleburghMoorAphid180524-2

DickleburghMoorAphid180524-3

Jet Ant (Lasius fuligonosus) + Aphid Sp? on Willow (Salix Sp)

DickleburghMoorAviridescens180524-1

DickleburghMoorAviridescens180524-2

Golden-bloomed Grey Longhorn Beetle (Agapanthia villosoviridescens)

DickleburghMoorBagworm180524-1

Bagworm case

DickleburghMoorBeeSp180524-1

Bee Sp?

DickleburghMoorBurdock180524-1



DickleburghMoorCephusSp180524-1

DickleburghMoorCephusSp180524-2

DickleburghMoorCephusSp180524-3

DickleburghMoorCephusSp180524-5

DickleburghMoorCephusSp180524-6

DickleburghMoorCephusSp189524-4

Wheat Stem Borer

DickleburghMoorChickenofthewoods180524-1

DickleburghMoorChickenofthewoods180524-2

Chicken of the Woods (Laetiporus sulphureus)

DickleburghMoorChrysotoxum180524-1

DickleburghMoorChrysotoxum180524-2

DickleburghMoorChrysotoxum180524-3

DickleburghMoorChrysotoxum180524-4

DickleburghMoorChrysotoxum180524-5

DickleburghMoorChrysotoxum180524-7

DickleburghMoorChrysotoxum180524-8

Large Spearhorn (Chrysotoxum cautum)

DickleburghMoorColeophora180524-1

Coleophora case on Silver Birch

DickleburghMoorCraneFly180524-1

Tipula luna?

DickleburghMoorDamselFly180524-1

Azure Damselfly (Coenagrion puella)

DickleburghMoorEyelash180524-1

Eyelash Fungus Sp

DickleburghMoorEyelashFungus180524-2

DickleburghMoorEyelashFungus180524-1

Eyelash Fungus Sp

Scutellata olivescens

DickleburghMoorFairyRing180524-1

DickleburghMoorFairyRing180524-3

DickleburghMoorFairyRing180524-2

Fairy Inkcap (Coprinellus disseminatus)

DickleburghMoorFly180524-1

DickleburghMoorFly180524-2

DickleburghMoorFly180524-3

DickleburghMoorFly180524-4

DickleburghMoorFly180524-5

DickleburghMoorFly180524-6

Of all the nettles in the field

Just one

looked like this

5hrs
later
slightly less activity
but
otherwise
unchanged

DickleburghMoorFungus1180524-1

Fungus Sp

Parasola auricome

DickleburghMoorFungus2180524-1

Fungus Sp

Panaeolus fimicola

DickleburghMoorFungus3180524-1

Fungus Sp

Parasola conopilea

DickleburghMoorFungus6180524-1

Fungus Sp

Copronopsis kubickae

DickleburghMoorFungus7180524-1

Fungus Sp

Possibly

Mycena speirea

DickleburghMoorGroundsel180524-1

Rust on Groundsel
(Puccinia lagenophorae)

DickleburghMoorHoverSp180524-1

Thick-legged Hoverfly (Syritta pipiens)

DickleburghMoorOrbilla180524-1

Orbilia Sp

DickleburghMoorPimpernel180524-1

DickleburghMoorPimpernel180524-2

DickleburghMoorPimpernel180524-3

Scarlet Pimpernel (Anagallis arvensis)

DickleburghMoorShieldBug180524-1

Crucifer Shieldbug (Eurydem oleracea)

DickleburghMoorSpider180524-1

Tetragnatha Sp?

DickleburghMorrGypsywort180524-1

DickleburghMorrGypsywort180524-2

Gypsywort (Lycopus europeaus)


Many Thanks to

Yvonne for the Fungi Ids

Comments

Sustead

Sustead010524-1-NEF-

Sustead010524-2-NEF-

Oak (Quercus robur)

SusteadAphid010514-1-NEF-

SusteadAphid010514-2-NEF-

SusteadAphid010514-3-NEF-

Aphid Sp on Red Campion (Silene dioica)

GreshamGiantFennel090524-1-NEF-

GreshamGiantFennel090524-6-NEF-

GreshamGiantFennel090524-3-NEF-

GreshamGiantFennel090524-4-NEF-

GreshamGiantFennel090524-5-NEF-

SusteadGiantFennel010524-1-NEF-

SusteadGiantFennel010524-2-NEF-

Giant Fennel (Ferula communis)

GreshamMeadowSaxifrage090524-1-NEF-

GreshamMeadowSaxifrage090524-2-NEF-

GreshamMeadowSaxifrage090524-3-NEF-

GreshamMeadowSaxifrage090524-5-NEF-

GreshamMeadowSaxifrage090524-4-NEF-

SusteadMeadowSaxufrage010514-1-NEF-

SusteadMeadowSaxufrage010514-2-NEF-

Meadow Saxifrage (Saxifraga granulata)

SusteadWeevil010514-1-NEF-

SusteadWeevil010514-2-NEF-

SusteadWeevil010514-3-NEF-

SusteadWeevil010514-4-NEF-

SusteadWeevil010514-6-NEF-

SusteadWeevil010514-7-NEF-

SusteadWeevil010514-9-NEF-

Weevil Sp

Acorn Weevil (Curculio glandium)

Acorn Weevil from iNaturalist

SusteadWeevil2010514-1-NEF-

SusteadWeevil2010514-3-NEF-

SusteadWeevil2010514-4-NEF-

Weevil Sp

Liophloeus tessilatus

Thanks @Norwichbirder for id.

Comments

Dumpford

Dumpford240424-1-NEF-

Dumpford240424-4-NEF-

Dumpford240424-2-NEF-

Dumpford240424-3-NEF-

Cuckoo Flower (Cardamine pratensis)

Comments

Sustead

Sustead020424-1

SusteadOak020424-1

SusteadOak020424-3

Oak (Quercus robur)

SusteadMperenialis020424-1-NEF-

Dog's Mercury (Mercurialis perennis)

SusteadRamsons020424-0

SusteadRamsons020424-0a

SusteadRamsons020424-1-NEF-

SusteadRamsons020424-2-NEF-

SusteadRamsons020424-3-NEF-

SusteadRamsons020424-4-NEF-

Ramsons (Allium ursinum)

Comments

Dillington

DillingtonOldOak240324-2

DillingtonOldOak240324-1

DillingtonWoodland240324-1

DillingtonWoodland240324-2

DillingonCoppositifolium240324-1

Opposite-leaved Golden Saxifrage (Chrysosplenium oppositifolium)

DillingonElfCup240324-1

Elf Cup Sp

DillingonFdilatata240324-1

Dilated Scalewort (Frullenia dilatata)

DillingtonAdoxa240324-1

DillingtonAdoxa240324-2

DillingtonAdoxa240324-3

Town Hall Clock (Adoxa moschatellina)

DillingtonBirch240324-1

A Hawthorn (Craetagus monogyna) growing through a SIlver Birch (Betulus Sp)

DillingtonCheteromalla240324-1

DillingtonCheteromalla240324-2

DillingtonCheteromalla240324-3

Lateral Cryphaea (Cryphea heteromalla)

A moss with shoot dimorphism.
The primary stem laying adpressed to the bark of a tree but the fruiting shoots projecting stiffly away from the bark.

DillingtonCminutissima240324-1

DillingtonCminutissima240324-2

DillingtonCminutissima240324-2 1

Minute pouncewort (Myriocoleopsis minutissima)

DillingtonEnchanter'sNightshade240324-1

DillingtonEnchanter'sNightshade240324-2

Enchnanter's Nightshade (Circaea lutetiana) broad basal leaves.

DillingtonFdilatata&Mfurcata240324-1

DillingtonFdilatata&Mfurcata240324-2

DillingtonFdilatata&Mfurcata240324-3

A splendid happy patterned partnership of Dilated Scalewort (Frullania dilatata) {brown} and Forked Veilwort (Metzgeria furcata)

DillingtonFdilatata&Mfurcata240324-4

This time fading into a Lichen Sp as well

DillingtonBunguiculata240324-2

DillingtonBunguiculata240324-1

The unmistakeable lime green of Bird's-claw beard-moss (Barbula unguiculata)

DillingtonHornschuchianum240324-1

Dry, tightly rolled Hornschuch's Beard-moss (Pseudocrossidium horschuchianum)

DillingtonLake240324-1

DillingtonLake240324-2

DillingtonLichenSp240324-1

Probably Nostoc (Cyanobacteria) rather than a Lichen.

Troll's butter, spit of moon, fallen star, witch's jelly being among the panoply of names from Wikipedia.

The name going all the way back to Paracelsus 1493-1541

A combination of of the English 'nostril' and German "Nasenloch"

In other words

Snot Like

DillingtonPepiphylla240324-6

DillingtonPepiphylla240324-2

DillingtonPepiphylla240324-3

DillingtonPepiphylla240324-4

Mature sporophytes

DillingtonPepiphylla240324-5

Overleaf Pellia (Pellia epiphylla)

Monoicious - Male & female organs on the same thallus.

DillingtonRcomplanata240324-1

DillingtonRcomplanata240324-2

Even Scalewort (Radula complanata) with gemmae on the leaf margins.

DillingtonMfurcata240324-1

DillingtonMfurcata240324-3

Forked Scalewort (Metzgeria furcata)

A dioecious species

DillingtonRootplate240324-1

DillingtonRootplate240324-2

DillingtonRootplate240324-3

DillingtonRootplate240324-4

DillingtonRootplate240324-5

A well colonised & spectacular rootplate

DillingtonStump240324-1

A stump engulfed.

DillingtponWetBit240324-1

DillingtponWetBit240324-2

Wet woodland

DillingtonFontanalis250324-2

Willow Moss (Fontanalis antipyretica)

DillingtonIsothecium230324-1

Large mouse-tail Moss (Isothecium alopecuroides)

Comments

Dersingham Bog

DersinghamBog090324-0

DersinghamBogFungus090324-1

DersinghamBogFungus090324-2

Rosalina Sp?

This turned out to be

Birch Woodart (Annulohypoxylon multiforme)

DersinghamBogRhododendronBlast090324-1

DersinghamBogRhododendronBugBlast090324-1

DersinghamBogRhododendronBlast090324-3 1

Rhododendron Bud Blast (Pcynostysanus azaleae)

DersinghamBogBagWorm090324-1

Bagworm Case
Only adult males ever leave the case. The adult females are wingless and leave the case for mating or remains in the case
while the male extends his abdomen into the female's case to breed.
One species of female dies without laying eggs and the larval bagworm offspring emerge from
the parent's body. Some species are parthanogenic.

Taleporia tubulosa

Thanks to TM for id.

DersinghamBogCfruticosa090324-0 1

DersinghamBogCfruticosa090324-1

Slime mold loking like young deer's horns.

Ceratiomyxa fruticosa

DersinghamBogEyedLadybird090324-0

DersinghamBogEyedLadybird090324-1

Eyed Ladybird (Anatis ocellata)

DersinghamBogHLadybird090324-1

DersinghamBogHLadybird090324-2


Heather Ladybird (Chilocorus bipustulatus)

from

James Common

DersinghamBogOrangeUnderwing090324-0

DersinghamBogOrangeUnderwing090324-1

Orange Underwing (Archiearis parthenias)

Unusually found at eye height, so this was a treat to see.

DersinghamBogPLadyird090324-1

DersinghamBogPineLadybird090324-1

Pine Ladybird (Exochomus quadripustulatus)

DersinghamBogRpsyCrust090324-1

Rosy Crust (Peniophora incarnata)

DersinghamBogYellowResupinate090324-1

DersinghamBogYellowResupinate090324-2

DersinghamBogYellowResupinate090324-3

DersinghamBogYellowResupinate090324-4

DersinghamBogYellowResupinate090324-5

A rather spectacular lemon yellow poroid fungus.

Unusually flat but it turned out

to

be
Yellow Porecrust (Antrodia xantha)

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DersinghamBogBeetle090324-2

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Minotaur Beetle (Typhaeus typhoeus)

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Great ForK Moss (Dicranus majus)

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Case Bearer Moth cases

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Southern Crestwort (Lophocolea semiteres)

First discovered in the UK in 1955. Introduced via the horticutural trade.

First identified in East Anglia by MO Hill in 1998 from a sample found by RJ Fisk.

It can now be found in many places in Norfolk.

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Frost's Common

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Silesian Feather-moss (Herzogiella seligeri)

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Cape Thread-moss (Orthodontium lineare)

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Thompson Common

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Fringed Heartwort (Ricciarpos natans) just surfaced from the winter underwater world.

Tiny hearts spreading across the surface of the pingo.

A complete lack of the purple ventral scales seen in the images below from last June. Clear new out growths seen on the floating bodies, which can be seen in the above image.

Slightly more clearly in the enlarged images here.

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Fringed Heartwort (Ricciocarpos natans) June 23

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Willow-moss (Fotanalis antipyretica)

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Fruiting Hornshuch's Beard-moss (Pseudocrossidium hornschuchianum)

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Bog Groove-moss (Aulucomnium palustre)

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Lustrous Bog-moss (Sphagnum subnitens)_

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A small liverwort tucked away in amongst the Sphagnum.

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Liverwort Sp

After much dissection & measuring this was determined to be

Common Pouchwort (Calypogeia fissa)

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Great Scented Liverwort/Snakewort (Conocephalum Sp) with new growth.

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Fissidens Sp growing on stone.

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Marble Screw-moss (Syntrichia papillosa)

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Smallburgh Fen

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Bark Signal Moss (Semataphyllum substrumulosum)?

Ah!

Cypress-leaved Plait-moss (Hypnum cupressiforme)

It was good try but need to keep looking for this one.


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Pale Liverwort (Chiloscyphus pallescens)

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Quite some underground water pressure to achieve this height!

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Ling Common

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Wood Bristle-moss (Lewinskya affine)

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Hoary Fringe-moss (Racomitrium canescens)

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Didymodon Sp?

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Great Plait-moss (Hypnum lacunosum)

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Many-fruited Thyme-moss (Plagiomnium Thyme-moss)

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Common Striated Feather-moss (Eurhynchium striatum)

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Common Haircap Moss (Polytrichum commune)

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Waved Silk-moss (Plagiothecium undulatum)

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Four & Three fingered underleaves

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Creeping Fingerwort (Lepidozia reptans)

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A first look at the other liverwort hidden in the lower right of the image above.

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Calypogeia Sp?

Entire rounded leaves with bilobed underleaves.

Mueller's Pouchwort (Calypogeia muelleriana)?

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Fringed Bog-moss (Sphagnum fimbriatum)

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Spiky Bog-moss (Sphagnum squarrosum)

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Common Tamarisk-moss (Thuidium tamariscinum)

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♂︎ Plants

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Bristly Haircap (Polytrichum piliferum)

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Dwarf Oak (Quercus robur) under the Pines

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Dilated Scalewort (Frullenia dilatata)


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Minute Pouncewort (Myriocoleopsis minutissima)

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After much investigation by Julia this was actually found to be

Ciliated fringewort (Ptlidium ciliare)

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Variable-leaved Crestwort (Lophocolea heterophylla)

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Forcipated Pincerwort (Cephalozia connivens)

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Inflated Notchwort (Gymnocolea inflata)

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No nerve
Again after much discussion & investigation.

Cypress-leaved Plait-moss (Hypnum curpessiforme var. resupinatum)

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Leaf tip with recurved teeth

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We just might have found this but this bit came from Scotland

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