Anomodon viticulosus on railway bridge near Resolven
The riparian habitat hereabouts has a nice flora. It supports a large population of Saxifraga granulata and is the most southerly location for Crepis paludosa in the British Flora. Along the river corridor Wych Elms (and some Small-leaved Lime) provide the canopy for a diverse woodland flora with some conspicuous bryophytes such as Rhytidiadelphus triquetrus, R. loreus and sparkling patches of Cirriphyllum piliferum, an uncommon moss in NPT.
Cirriphyllum piliferum, Resolven
Homalia trichomanoides is abundant on the boles of riverside trees, Mnium stellare is frequent on riverside banks and the silty flood zone has a significant amount of Mnium marginatum; a much larger population than I had previously thought.
Minim marginatum var. marginatum, Resolven