Monday, 24 July 2017

Sedum solved

Finally got around to checking out my third Sedum on the rocky Downing Point. It turned out to be Sedum anglicum, with clasping leaf bases - a very odd looking thing for a succulent. This will extend its known range for the new atlas by ... about 5 miles!

Also last night when I went out to pick up a grass specimen I luckily took my bincoulars so lucked into two Artcic Skuas harassing the local ternage. About freaking time too.

787 Sedum anglicum English Stonecrop
788 Festuca ovina Sheep's Fescue
789 Alopecurus geniculatus Marsh foxtail
790 Stercorarius parasiticus Arctic Skua

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