Bryum argenteum and Funaria hygrometrica
Now is a good time to record these seemingly prosaic species, which are important ruderal pioneers. Although we haven't seen anything very special, it was nice to see a colony of Blasia pusilla along a cinder track near the Tennant Canal in Jersey Marine yesterday. Unfortunately, the plants were rather decrepit and they had lost their flasks, but there were a few stellate gemmae.
Blasia pusilla, Jersey Marine
Stellate gemma of Blasia pusilla
This is the third population we've seen in NPT, but colonies are always rather transient.