Saturday, 6 February 2016

Neckera pumila

Yesterday I noted Neckera pumila on a Rusty Willow on the Great Plain at Whiteford (above), in the last week or two I also recorded it on Ash in the entrance of Princess of Wales Hospital, Bridgend (below left) and on a Hornbeam at NBGW (below right). The common thread with these records is that it was only noted on single trees at each site, although when found it was growing luxuriantly. At NBGW I had a feeling someone was watching me!

1 comment:

  1. Single tree colonies have been my experience of it so far in Glamorgan too - certainly different from Cornwall where it's much more frequent.