Sunday, 21 December 2014
I see your species list, George, and counter it with consummate mundanity: 28 ruderal grots in ST28B. I suspect that none will be new for the tetrad, but I figured it was worth jotting a few things down as I exercised Badger (dog not child) on our way back from Chichester. Highlights, hmm, perhaps Fissidens viridulus, Syntrichia latifolia, S. ruraliformis and Tortula truncata. I only noted two epiphytes on one tree, so a targeted epiphyte search in that square would be useful.