Barbilophozia barbata among Dicranum scoparium, and Encalypta vulgaris with a view!
The stretch of the Dee that I checked was also disappointing, with the sunny riverside rocks far too shaded by trees and rank vascular plants, and no sign of Grimmia laevigata or G. ovalis (I hope they are still nearby...). Equally down-curved Pterogonium gracile and Scleropodium cespitans were perhaps the most notable species, although a Grimmia lurking among the Pterogonium might be better.
Downcurved Pterogonium gracile and Scleropodium cespitans by the Dee.
My daytime survey, in the Eryrys area, produced Entodon concinnus, Didymodon acutus and Pleurochaete squarrosa.
Pleurochaete squarrosa in the Eryrys area.
Both walks on Eglwyseg were enlivened by 100s of Plutella xylostella: part of the massive national influx of this moth.
Plutella xylostella with Dinas Bran in the background.