I had intended to pick up a few species I know are in the intertidal and relatively easy, but when I got there I found the tide as high as it can possibly be (at which point NT1683 is 2/3 submerged!). Still the gathered seaweeds did at least give up Vertebrata lanosa.
I stuck with the maxim, "The easiest way to find new species is to look in new places" and walked the coastline, quickly picking up Weld and Red Dead-nettle where the grass runs out and becomes sand/rock. A happy find was more Spotted Medick, so it's at both ends of my current square.
The only species I took to the lens in the evening was the lovely Cryptosphaeria eunomia on a fallen ash twig.
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|Ellis & Ellis figure|
|331||flowering plant||Lamium purpureum||Red Dead-nettle|
|332||flowering plant||Reseda luteola||Weld|
|333||alga||Vertebrata lanosa||A seaweed|
|334||moss||Scleropodium purum||Neat Feather-moss|
|335||moss||Campylopus flexuosus||Rusty Swan-neck Moss|
|336||flowering plant||Trifolium repens||White Clover|
|337||flowering plant||Primula vulgaris||Primrose|
|338||flowering plant||Vicia sativa||Common Vetch|
|339||fungus||Cymadothea trifolii||A fungus|
|340||*||fungus||Cryptosphaeria eunomia||A fungus|
|341||moss||Cirriphyllum piliferum||Hair Pointed Feather Moss|